In 2013, the Givenchy house decided to revisit one of its great scent classics. Indeed, he chooses to take the famous Gentleman, released in 1975, and make it a more modern woody. This perfume is now called Gentleman Only and is dedicated to seductive men with a taste for beautiful things. However, this one is not exuberant. He is above all elegant and particularly courteous. The bottle has a sleek flask shape and a blue-gray juice. The essence it contains corresponds, for its part, to that of a modern-day dandy.
Gentleman Only, a fresh and refined juice
Gentleman Only is a perfume imagined by Jean Jacques and Francis Kurkdjian. They offer an aromatic accord but choose to revisit it. Its freshness is indeed contrasted by more woody and modern tones. Its starting notes consist of green mandarin. However, it is spiced by a scent of pink berry, nutmeg and birch leaves. The masculinity that emerges is then very noble. Then the virility is reinforced with the addition of patchouli, vetiver and cedarwood. Gentleman Only is a perfume with capacity and depth. It gives off a certain assurance which is further enhanced by the heat of the incense. The essence is then contained in a bottle reminiscent of that of its elder, the Gentleman of 1975. It is both classic and modern and takes the form of an English gentleman’s flask.
Givenchy portrays us the portrait of an exceptional man
If one word were to describe the universe of Givenchywith this fragrance, it would undoubtedly be about elegance. Indeed, this perfume is universal and seems to be able to unite all the gentlemen of the whole world. It combines elegance, casualness and confidence. What’s more, although her masculinity is assumed and somewhat sassy, she is never less courteous. The type of men he embodies always have the right word, their walk is assured, their smile is devastating, and their outfit is impeccable. Also, all these men form a singular fraternity linked by a taste for beautiful things and the stubborn practice of good manners. Gentleman Only is then the perfume they need. Also, who better than Simon Baker could embody this essence? The Australian actor and interpreter of the famous Mentalist indeed represents the new essence. For the promotional mini-film of the new Givenchy perfume, signed Peter Lindbergh, German photographer and director, Simon Baker wears a black suit and a white shirt signed by the house of Givenchy. He strolls, in the rain, in the streets of New York and plays the gentleman with an attractive brunette in a red outfit who does not seem immune to the charm of the actor. Of course, it remains elegant despite the pouring rain and no other man matched the spirit of this perfume better than him.
Go on an adventure now with the Gentlemen Only Casual Chic fragrance by Givenchy.