Le Beau by Jean-Paul Gaultier, a new version of the Male in the simplest device!
Jean-Paul Gaultier has many creations to his credit, and has never ceased to shake up the elitist world with his transgressive and unexpected vision of beauty. Inspired by multiple artistic currents, he likes to surprise his audience and each of his works is always eagerly awaited! If Jean-Paul Gaultier was recently talked about for his new Scandal perfume, this time he decided to put the emphasis back on one of his greatest bestsellers: Le Mâle, initially designed in 1995 . Today, it reinvents itself and becomes Le Beau, in a more stripped and flashy version.
The new bottle of the perfume Le Beau by Jean-Paul Gaultier
Le Mâle has a bottle that is now world famous, made up of a glass bust bearing, by transparency, a striped sweater, an emblematic piece in Jean-Paul Gaultier’s wardrobe. Today, this glass bust is still present but changes its appearance somewhat. Her silhouette is much more sculptural, cut like a real athlete! His pecs are protruding, his pelvis is perfectly hollowed out and his shoulders are broad and robust. Its edges are also sharper than before, giving it an even more masculine gender. Blue, meanwhile, has disappeared in favor of a magnetic, mysterious and fascinating green color.
Two golden details then draw the eye to strategic points of this bottle. The Beau has a gold-colored spray cap, both refined and flashy. Finally, a finish that makes all the difference, a golden vine leaf is also placed on the front of this bottle to boldly conceal the attributes of Jean-Paul Gaultier’s man. Available in two different formats, 75 and 125 ml, Le Beau comes in a box shaped like a tin can; enough to evoke his belonging to the house of Jean-Paul Gaultier!
Le Beau, between sensuality and elegance
Obviously, this bottle says a lot about the sensuality of this new perfume! The man who wears it is laid bare, as if to reveal all its authenticity to us. Le Beau by Jean-Paul Gaultier revolves around three main ingredients.
It first highlights all its ardor, with fresh and sparkling top notes of bergamot. This fruit resulting from the cross between the bitter orange and the lemon tree highlights all the vivacity of the man who wears this perfume. Then Le Beau by Jean-Paul Gaultier warms up in its heart with the presence of tonka bean, a powdery and elegant ingredient, endowed with extreme subtlety. The Beau is alternately almond, animal, and slightly smoky. Finally, as if to lead us to an exotic territory, it ends with a touch of coconut wood. Le Beau is truly different from its predecessors.
It owes its existence to the talented perfumer Quentin Bisch. More than ever, with Le Beau, the man of Jean-Paul Gaultier takes us to an intimate territory. This perfume invites you to come together and plays in the register of seduction with refinement.