Light Blue Italian Zest, new fragrance Dolce & Gabbana

Light Blue Italian Zest, new fragrance Dolce & Gabbana 2018

Light Blue Italian Zest – a homage to Italy from Dolce & Gabbana. Dolce & Gabbana Light Blue is an iconic fragrance that was created in 2001. It pays homage to the country of origin of the founders of the brand: Italy. In 2007, it first became a masculine fragrance. Since 2012, Dolce & Gabbana have made the habit of reinterpreting it every summer. It has become light blue dreaming in Portofino, Light Blue Escape to Panarea, Light Blue Sunset in Salina, Light Blue Love in Capri or Light Blue Eau Intense. Today, Dolce & Gabbana’s Italian road trip continues, and the duo has decided to immerse us for the second time in its history in the heart of the island of Capri. Focus on Dolce & Gabbana Light Blue Italian Zest.



Light Blue Italian Zest – sweet perfume inspired by Capri


This time it was on the island of Capri that Domenico Dolce & Stefano Gabbana decided to put their bags. To resituate the place, it is an island located in the Bay of Naples, just in front of the Sorrento Peninsula in southern Italy. This unique place has been known since antiquity for its beauty. It was already a holiday resort in Roman times. Even today, tourists flock there in number, and Capri is the pride of the Italians. Just 6 km long, Capri has only 17 km of coastline. Yet this is enough to create the general wonder. The interior of the island, meanwhile, is filled with citrus fields. This is precisely what inspired the creation of Dolce & Gabbana Light Blue Italian Zest. A single breath of this juice transports us to the heart of this vegetable haven, and floods our daily life with the luminous brightness of the lemon of Calabria.


The lemony breath of Dolce & Gabbana Light Blue Italian Zest


DOLCE & GABBANA LIGHT BLUE ITALIAN ZESTAs for scents, Dolce & Gabbana Light Blue Italian Zest highlights one of the most famous Italian ingredients: the lemon of Calabria. Its smell is obtained by expression of its zest. In other words, Dolce & Gabbana has directly extracted the essential oil contained in its bark.

The result is a fragrance that perfectly translates the fresh breath of a citrus field. While vivacious, Dolce & Gabbana Light Italian Blue Zest nonetheless associates this citrus to a more oriental accord, which gives it more temperament. Thus, combining ardor and determination, Dolce & Gabbana Blue Light Light Zest is a fragrance that depicts us wonderfully the typical temperament of Mediterranean women.

 

 


Let’s start by taking a closer look at the bottle of this perfume.


Indeed, it says a lot about the composition of this new juice. Its silhouette remained faithful to previous versions of Dolce & Gabbana Light Blue. However, its transparency and its frosted glass of old gave way to a bright yellow. This one suggests its sweet scent of lemon. Its blue and cheerful writing, meanwhile, is meant to reveal the Italian sky and the sea.

DolceGabbana LIGHT BLUE ITALIAN ZEST



Light Blue Italian Zest pour Homme, a fresh and sunny fragrance


DOLCE & GABBANA LIGHT BLUE ITALIAN ZEST menLight Blue Italian Zest pour Homme is a fragrance that radiates with its vivacity and freshness. To be more precise, it is a juice that is directly inspired by one of the most famous Italian islands: Capri. A veritable jewel of the Mediterranean, this little haven of greenery is the pride of Italians all over the world. It is therefore natural that Domenico Dolce & Stefano Gabbana were inspired. The result is a very fresh and citrusy fragrance, but not devoid of character. Light Blue Italian Zest pour Homme starts first on a trio of grapefruit, mandarin and bergamot. Then, it takes a more spicy and aromatic facet. Rosemary mixes with Sichuan pepper and rosewood. Finally, it ends with more sensuality and mystery, wrapped in musk, incense and oak moss.

Flacon rests on a solid base while ending with more sensual curves. The freshness of the whole reappears in a bright yellow color. Synonymous with vivacity, containing itself is still illuminated by an azure writing evocative of the color of the Mediterranean.




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