Playboy VIP ~ new fragrances

Playboy VIP fragrances for him & for her

Playboy Fragrances will launch Playboy VIP fragrances for him and for her in July:

Think Playboy? Think decadence. Unexpected, the ultimate in excess and always ultra glamorous. The new Playboy VIP duo now opens the doors to the VIP lifestyle the way only Playboy can! Smug doorman, not a problem! Cosmopolitan exclusive parties, private limos and the first class VIP lifestyle are just a spray away…

Playboy VIP for Him ~ "On top, a sudden and impactful rush of freshness through a radiant blend of sparkling bergamot and green accents of rhubarb, wrapped with a spicy dash of rum for an immediate attraction. In the heart, an aquatic watery accord continues this burst of bright luminosity, which is further enhanced with juicy apple. Aromatic lavender adds an unexpected floral twist for a new masculinity that no girl can resist. The sensual dry-down delivers a unique signature with delicious tones of white chocolate and tonka bean highlighted by rich sandalwood." Developed by perfumer Fabrice Pellegrin; in 50 ml Eau de Toilette.

Playboy VIP for Her ~ "Playboy VIP For Her opens with a zesty explosion of crisp nectarine softened by the harmonious blend of tender orange flower sorbet with delicate, luminous facets of peony. This melts into the enchanting heart of addictive love apple and succulent red fruits enhanced by bewitching heliotrope. Finally, a decadent trail of subtle musk, characterful sandalwood and sensual cashmeran creates a lingering temptation." Developed by perfumer Juliette Karagueuzoglou; in 30 and 50 ml Eau de Toilette.

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  1. NinaraPoll says:

    Mens’: Sounds like a gourmand and an aquatic had a train wreck over a barrel of rum and this juice is the leftover debris.
    Womens’: I take it the copy artist is unfamiliar with the term “love apple” for tomato? (At various points in post-Conquest European history, tomatoes were considered poisonous, poisonous if not cooked — same for potatoes — and/or an aphrodisiac. SUpposedly the term “love apple” is based on the French term “pomme d’amour” for the tomato.) If it indeed has a tomato note, I may have to seek this out! Otherwise, snorefest.


    • Robin says:

      I didn’t even notice the ‘love apple’ — wonder what they meant. I would not make any assumptions either way!

  2. Trebor says:

    I sincerely hope that Frederic Malle didn’t have any involvement with Playboy VIP for Him… :-P

  3. prism says:

    the Playboy fragrances for men were, in parts, surprisingly well done…

  4. RavynG says:

    just from the title of the article in the newsletter I thought For Her: peach, tuberose and musk. So it is nectarine, peony, heliotrope and musk. I was not far off. Sex and fruit. meh.

  5. RavynG says:

    His sounds like the opening credits for the next Pirates of the Carribean movie…might not be too bad….wonder if they asked Johnny Depp to do the commercials yet?

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