It’s a sensual fragrance, inspired by so many contradictions and the duality of the modern woman. Black and white. Darkness and light. And the oh-so-classic good girl, bad girl. The new perfume celebrates the spontaneity, complexity and women’s power, altogether. And, above all, the Good Girl exemplifies the effortless elegance of the House of Herrera.
Created by the renowned perfumer Louise Turner, the new fragrance is both freshly light and moodily dark. The sweet notes of jasmine talk about femininity, while the cocoa and Tonka beans remind us of the power of women. The almond and coffee add up a plus of energy, while the tuberose notes, extracted in a new way, create a rich delicacy.
But let’s not forget about the bottle design! It’s a glass flacon in the shape of a high-heeled shoe, which speaks eloquently about the power of modern femininity and a woman’s dual nature, just as the fragrance itself. Made of sleek, smoky midnight blue glass, the Good Girl stiletto bottle stands on the tallest, thinnest gold heel I’ve ever seen.
Good girl, bad girl… Which one are you?