Dolce Floral Drops is a concentrate of femininity and lightness. This essence follows the Dolce perfume of 2014. Like this one, it is a tribute to Sicily, a place so dear to the hearts of Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana . However, its new scent accentuates its lightness and delicacy. The floral aspect is still very present. However, the flowers seem this time again watered with the fresh morning dew. Dolce Floral is a real olfactory caress and can only seduce you.
Dolce Floral Drops, the scent of a Sicilian
The Dolce & Gabbana woman is a strong woman who likes herself and who knows she likes her. A cosmopolitan woman, who has traveled the world but who does not forget her roots. For good reason, if her perfume is none other than the succulent Dolce Floral Drops, then this woman gives off typically Italian scents with each step. Indeed, Floral Drops is an essence paying homage to the roots of Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana. By creating the latter, they plunged into their distant childhood memories and tried to translate the scent of a Sicilian garden into a spring day. Also, Floral Drops opens with the scent of neroli flower. Its fresh and airy smell is then contrasted by the more exotic addition of papaya flower. Then, his heart is enriched with a very unique ingredient. As it happens, it is amaryllis, a flower from South Africa that was first used in perfumery in 2014, in the Dolce perfume. This is then coupled with the smell of narcissus and white water lily. Finally,Dolce Floral Drops ends with a warmer and more enveloping scent . We recognize in particular sandalwood and cashmere wood. Both bring a very sensual finish that no one can resist.
Kate King as Dolce & Gabbana muse
Also, if you cannot resist the charm of this essence, you will not be able to fight against that of its muse either. Indeed, the latter sticks perfectly to the image of the Floral Drops perfume. She is a splendid incarnation of the Italian woman as we like to imagine her. Yet this one is Canadian. This is the model Kate King. The latter is totally captivating. Her brown hair fits wonderfully with the depth of her hazel-colored almond eyes. It perfectly combines delicacy with a very Mediterranean temperament. We then find it in a campaign, put in images by Giuseppe Tornatore, Oscar-winning director, on an original soundtrack by cult Ennio Morricone. Regarding the print campaign, the latter is signed by Domenico Dolce in photography and Stefano Gabbana in artistic direction. The rendering is sublime, almost as much as the essence of the Dolce Floral Drops perfume.