Since 2014, Givenchy has been designing collector fragrances composed of rich and luxurious raw materials, in the image of its Couture creations.
Celebrating the House’s heritage in fashion and fragrance alike each L’Atelier de givenchy sillage composes a look and crafts a style. The Eleven fragrances in this Fine Perfumery collection, dedicated to both women and men, stand out for their bold personalities and singular imprints which consistently echo the House’s Haute Couture collections.
In 2018, a new Orient-inspired creation featuring an enchanting, almost mystical scent will grace this exclusive fragrance wardrobe while its color codes pay tribute to black, one of Givenchy’s emblematic hues.
Encens Divin is a divine inspiration with a mystical sillage, that awakens the senses, unveiling a fragrance that hails back to the origins of perfume. When the rarest and most precious resins where burnt like offerings: destined to the worship of Gods. They glorified their beauty and power.
Let’s reveal what’s behind this divine incense… Encens Divin is an oriental floral woody creation that offers a distinctive olfactory personality and an unforgettably addictive signature. A blend of black pepper, pink peppercorn and ginger creates a vibrant, spicy top note typical of Middle Eastern fragrances. Then, a Persian rose absolute reveals the breadth pf its delicate nature. The creation’s sweet facets are diffused by the intensity and sacredness of incense, nagarmotha and cedar wood from the Atlas Mountains and Texas. Lastly, an amber note, like black gold, emerges in harmony with the warm, rich, precious tones of vanilla absolute, tolu balsam and benzoin.
A Mystical Identity
The alchemy of these ingredients releases a sensual, mystical and captivating aura – a fragrance that lifts the mind and soul.
The lacquered cap adorned with the Givenchy 4G logo, the thread enlaced around the original bottle’s neck and the textured label unveiling the fragrance’s name all feature a deep black that embodies the brand’s identity.
Just as on the dress that Hubert de Givenchy famously designed for Audrey Hepburn, black – the signature color of the House’s collections – adorns the bottle, evoking the sacred world of Encens Divin.