I imagine the two Dylan Blue perfumes (Dylan Blue pour femme and Dylan Blue pour homme) on a toilet table of a happy couple. Or, nicely wrapped and offered to a couple – OK, maybe it’s a little bit romantic, but, honestly, they would make an inspired gift.
Even if, in my mind, when I say Dylan Blue I think of the both fragrances, the House of Versace initially released the pour homme version: an eau de toilette for the man who has confidence in himself, who knows to be both sensual and powerful. Or, as Donatella Versace, put it, herself: “Dylan Blue is the essence of the Versace man today. It’s a fragrance full of character and individuality, an expression of a man’s strength and also his charisma. I love how it takes traditional notes and scents and makes them totally modern, totally fresh for today and tomorrow.”
Well, the elegant bottle, in a dark blue tint, contains citrus notes of bergamot and grapefruit, fig leaves, marine notes, but also ambroxan, black pepper, patchouli, tonka beans and musk.
Its pair – as Donatella describes it –, Dylan Blue pour femme is ”a tribute to femininity. It is a strong, sensuous, refined fragrance created for a woman who knows the power of her sensuality and mind.”
Altogether, a compelling alchemy of harmonies: a small group of ingredients that magically blend and embrace one another. An eau de perfume that, simultaneously, conveys uniqueness, strength, sensuality and elegance. Its uniqueness is illustrated by the black currant sorbet and green apple notes, which create an out of the ordinary arrangement. The power is reflected through a contemporary floral bouquet, just like a refreshing infusion. Furthermore, the white wood and styrax notes mix together with the musk and patchouli ones, offering the perfume grace and sensuality.
All these notes create a unique fragrance that you will discover in a bottle with an innovative design, with curves reminiscent of an amphora – one of the symbols of the Greek culture and mythology. The bottle has a deep blue color hint, just like the Mediterranean Sea: profound, powerful and mysterious.
Both fragrances bear the Medusa symbol, the logo of the Versace House, which symbolizes a being from the Greek mythology.