Paco Rabanne Lady Million fragrance for women was launched in 2010 following the huge success of its male counterpart One Million. One Million went on to become a modern classic, not to mention one of 2010's top-selling fragrances worldwide, and Lady Million has followed suit doing the same within the lady's fragrance market. This is a floral scent which, together with One Million for men, creates a flamboyant couple. Vibrant and sensual, Lady Million is a voluptuous nectar of flowers. This fragrance is inspired by gold and wealth creating a vision of true luxury. The bottle backs this up and is modelled on a gold luxurious diamond. Top notes of orange and raspberry sing through with a heart of neroli, orange flower and Arabian jasmine. The base is made of honey and patchouli.
The legendary house of Paco Rabanne, renowned for its use of glistening metallic colour and expressive design, hired world-famous industrial designer Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance to create the bottle. To do this, Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance drew inspiration for it from the known Regent diamond, which is on display at the Louvre in Paris and is considered the most beautiful in the world. Paco Rabanne now have more than 20 perfumes in their collection with the first being launched in 1973.
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