YSL launches Manifesto and Manifesto L’Elixir fragrances

YSL launches Manifesto and Manifesto L'Elixir fragrances

YSL Manifesto and Manifesto L’Elixir fragrancesJune 17, 2014: Luxury brand YSL is launching two new feminine fragrances which celebrate a woman’s attitude and beauty.

In the image of the women who wear it, Manifesto reveals a sleek silhouette and a strong personality in which jasmine is the thread in fusion with white corollas. The green, translucent notes of lily of the valley add their springtime happiness to the allure. A bright, light ribbon of blackcurrant entwines with a tangy, fruity accent. Among the essences of cedar core and sandalwood, an accord of sensual woods envelops it like a second skin and releases the mellow luminosity of vanilla and tonka bean.

Like a prism catching the light in a play of lines and reflections, the Manifesto bottle resembles a multi-faceted, amethyst-colored jewel, associated at Yves Saint Laurent with ultimate seduction and bewitching passion. Paired by Yves Saint Laurent with fuchsia in the 1960s for a shock of monochromes in the pop spirit, it is a powerful violet shade.

Manifesto L’Elixir is a Florential white flower woody fragrance. It has the tangy, fresh crispness of bergamot and mandarin top notes, echoing a sensual heart of jasmine sambac absolute, heliotrope blossoms accord and tuberose absolute that extends the velvety base notes of cashmeran, vanilla bean and ambroxan.

A brighter and stronger version of the Manifesto bottle, Manifesto L’Elixir sparkles even more powerfully!

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