Givenchy Very Irresistible Givenchy L’Intense ~ new fragrance

Givenchy Very Irresistible Givenchy L'IntenseGivenchy Very Irresistible Givenchy L'IntenseGivenchy Very Irresistible Givenchy L'Intense

Givenchy will launch Very Irrésistible Givenchy L’Intense in March. The new musky floral chypre fragrance for women is fronted by actress Liv Tyler, and is a flanker to 2003's Very Irrésistible Givenchy.

Very Irrésistible Givenchy L’Intense features notes of purple plum, Turkish rose, white musk and patchouli.

Givenchy Very Irrésistible Givenchy L’Intense will be available in 30, 50 and 75 ml, concentration unknown. (via wwd)

Shop for perfume

Parfums Raffy


Leave a comment, or read more about commenting at Now Smell This. Here's a handy emoticon chart.

  1. Owen says:

    I think the bottles would have looked fine without the kind of swirly tattoo.

  2. VanMorrisonFan says:

    The juice might be great…but name is so lame! Just add “VERY” in front of a name and you have a new perfume….
    “VERY Channel No. 5” “VERY Tresor,” etc. What’s next…”EXTREMELY?” “HYPER Irresistable?” “Resistance if Futile

    • annemarie says:

      Yes, the name invites scorn. And iIt reminds me of Luca Turin’s one-line dismissal of Pleasures Intense: ‘Less Intense than Pleasures’.

    • Dolly2 says:

      LOL VMF! It’s exasperating. I’m waiting for them to translate it into foreign words meaning very next.

      • FOandW_oh_my says:

        HOw does “Tres Very” sound – redundant?

    • COSMICSCENTS says:

      Very was already in the original name. The difference is the L’intense.

    • Owen says:

      Very Hollywood by Michael Kors
      I initially thought it was just “Hollywood” when I saw the launch but then it said “very Hollywood”. that annoyed me and I think just the word “Hollywood” would have been fine.

    • Robin says:

      Oh, I hope they do a Resistance is Futile. I would buy it.

  3. AmyT says:

    I’m pretty sure I already know what this is going to smell like. Originality: it’s getting harder to find.

  4. prism says:

    tribal tattoos…. very classy….

  5. wondermelmo says:

    Very Irresistible Givenchy L’EdHardy.

    • Absolute Scentualist says:

      Lol. I can’t bring myself to try any of the Ed Hardy scents because of the bottles. And this is coming from someone with tattoos. Blech.

      Givenchy hasn’t compelled me to the counter in quite some time, though I do like the recent prevalence of the plum note and this doesn’t sound bad. I’m sure the patch is scrubbed clean and not the dirty patch from the wrong side of the tracks that I’m so fond of, but I wonder if this will have a Natori vibe going on.

  6. Rosabelle says:

    I just hope it is as nice as the regular VI , VISensual and AI, which I love and wear daily(all the 3 of them). VI is indeed a sweet ,rosey and girly line but in a very restrained and french way. I find them attractive and elegant, with decent longevity and sillage . Maybe the Intense version will prove more intense not only in title but also in staying power and longevity. I can’t wait to try it, because Eaudemoiselle and Play, although nice are not “remarcable”enough for my taste. Everytime I put a VI on my husband kisses me and says “What’s this wonderful smell?” ” Irresistible”. “Irresistible indeed!”.

    • Miss jay says:

      heyyyy Rosabelle,
      I’m miss Jay, just wanted to ask did you get a chance to smell the L’intense yet and what city and state are you in???

      • Rosabelle says:

        Well, Miss Jay, no, I did not have the chance to sniff it but I will as soon as it gets to my country. Which brings me to your second question- I live across the pond, in Europe, Romania, country of Nadia Comaneci and Count Dracula. In Bucharest,the capital city. Formerly known as Europe’s “Little Paris”. Nice to meet you!

Leave a reply