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Sensuous scent

Sophisticated, sensuous and caressing, Dior Addict is the scent to check out this Valentine's season.


CHRISTIAN DIOR (Paris) is a name to reckon with when it comes to exotic fragrances. It has introduced a a sophisticated and daring scent, the Dior Addict. The caressing scent has silk tree flower and mandarin leaf for the top note, orange blossom and Bulgarian rose enhancing the night queen floral heart note and bourbon vanilla absolute, Mysore sandalwood and tonka beans for the base note.

The top of the line offering is targeted at women between 25 and 45 years of age who look for originality and uniqueness and appreciate fashion and hottest trends.

Check out the new sensual energy from Dior packaged in a mysterious deep blue bottle with a cap that shows detailing in precious gold tones. The fragrance comes in options of Eau de parfum spray of 100ml (Rs. 3,815) and 50ml (Rs.2,715) respectively apart from a pure essence concentrate 30 ml (Rs.5,800) and is available at Shoppers' Stop Begumpet. One helluva perfume for the Valentine's season.

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