Girls Can Be Crazy: A new eau de parfum at Zadig & Volaire a little more outgoing
Advocating freedom and decompartmentalizing the very strict codes of luxury, she does not hesitate to surprise with her daring creations, whether in terms of fashion or perfumery. Zadig & amp; Voltaire always places itself where we least expect it and proves to be a slightly “crazy” brand. However, it is precisely on this niche that its new perfume is placed. As proof, it is aimed at women a little “crazy” and is called Girls Can Be Crazy. Who said that the natural class cannot be played madly on a daily basis?
Girls Can Be Crazy, a playful and a little crazy scent
Girls Can Be Crazy is a fragrance unlike any other and clearly bet on surprise and madness, as its name suggests. In fact, it is part of a collection of fragrances and is the third part of its range. It follows on from the previous Girls Can Do Anything of 2018 and Girls Can Say Anything of 2019. Aimed at a young and urban audience, Girls Can Be Crazy has preserved a grain of madness in each of its notes. Advocating emancipation and freedom, he makes fun of what will be said and thus illuminates the daily life of the one who chose him. Sparkling and tangy, Girls Can Be Crazy brings a smile from its first to its last breath. As indicated by its pretty color, it makes you want to see life in pink!
The new glittery pink color of the Zadig & amp; Voltaire bottle
Just as daring as its fragrance, Girls Can Be Crazy’s bottle is shaped like a water bottle. This is particularly noticeable at its rounded base, which gives it a tender and generous appearance in passing. More pink and feminine than its predecessors, Girls Can Be Crazy is also embellished with a pretty glittery label, for a particularly festive spirit. Finally, it is topped with a shimmering cap, in a pink gold lacquer.
A Coca-Cola accord invites itself into the Girls Can Be Crazy fragrance
Therefore, we look forward to discovering the scent of this unique juice. To make its fragrance, Zadig & amp; Voltaire called on perfume Quentin Bisch. It all starts with a surprising and sparkling scent of Coca-Cola, accompanied by a green and juicy pear. Then, a more floral breath takes hold of its heart, by the presence of a luminous jasmine, enveloped in tonka bean. Sandalwood further enhances the base note of this composition, while bringing it more roundness. Finally, Girls Can Be Crazy ends with a woody and sensual trail of vanilla, patchouli and musk.