Bruno Banani Dangerous Woman ~ new fragrance

Bruno Banani Dangerous Woman

German underwear brand Bruno Banani will launch Dangerous Woman, the feminine counterpart to 2011's Dangerous Man.

The notes for the oriental fragrance feature blackcurrant, coconut milk, flowers, vanilla and heliotrope.

Bruno Banani Dangerous Woman is available in 20, 40 and 60 ml Eau de Toilette and in matching body products.

(via magazin.flaconi.dedouglas.de)

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  1. Merlin says:

    Well it does look like its leaning over dangerously -

    • Robin says:

      Plus it’s dangerously pink :-)

      • Merlin says:

        Yes! Thats almost, dare I say it – FUCHIA!

        • Merlin says:

          um, I mean, FUSCHIA!

          • Merlin says:

            oh gosh, I give up, its fuchsia! lol

          • juicejones says:

            I think you got it right the first time.

        • Robin says:

          I have to look up the spelling every time myself.

          • Bela says:

            It was named after a German botanist called Fuchs (which means ‘fox’. Thought it might help with the spelling of ‘fuchsia’. :-)

          • Merlin says:

            Oh, that is a useful tip! thank you:)

          • KateReed says:

            That’s actually the only helpful hint I’ve ever seen for fuchsia, thanks! Maybe now I can get over my chronic misspellings of the word…

  2. juicejones says:

    Looks like this bottle read the list of ingrediants and is trying to tip-toe out of frame. The only one missing is “new car smell”. YIKES!

  3. chrisskins says:

    I’m holding off until he introduces The Leaning Tower of Banani.

  4. perthgirl says:

    “I’m melting! I’m MELTING!!” was the first thing that came to mind. Not the reaction anyone should have when associated with underwear… :-/

  5. Emily says:

    Well, yay for the 20 mL size?

  6. eminere says:

    The slant reminds me of Illamasqua’s perfume.

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