The atmosphere is electric, the sky darkens. Invictus is at the height of his power, and Olympéa is at her apogee. Defiant, sexy and wilder than ever.

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INVICTUS INTENSE

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Invictus Eau de Toilette Intense Spray (100 ml – $105)

Exhilarating freshness versus wild sensuality. Intensity takes over, making Invictus darker and deeper, right down to the scent.

A play between blazing amber woods and the marine “salty skin” accord, in a woody-fresh wake. Juliette Karagueuzoglou joined forces with Anne Filpo and Dominique Ropion to create a sexy woody-amber scent. First comes a spicy-fresh drive, created with green-aromatic laurel leaf and orange blossom electrified by the black pepper-cardamom duo. Incisive freshness for an aftershock that’s seriously sensual.  The ambergris accord brings a soft, woody warmth, while the force of black amber creates a contrast.

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Nick Youngquest is the image of this unforgettable champion. To discover more, read the interview.

 

OLYMPÉA INTENSE

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Olympea Eau de Parfum Spray (80 ml – $125 & 50 ml – $98)

Luma Grothe, the face of the iconic Olympéa, embodies a modern goddess at the pinnacle of her power, that evoke strength, grace, intelligence and confidence. A divine potion of addictive sensuality developed in collaboration by Loc Long and Juliette Karagueuzoglou, Olympéa Intense is a fusion of sublime notes of sensual salty-vanilla combined with deep amber. The balance of the unique accords of this powerful scent compose a genuine Paco Rabanne signature.

 Get to know Luma Grothe!

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The Launch

Invictus & Olympéa become legends

Elevated to the rank of icons, Grévin makes them immortal!

On 2 February 2017, the Grévin Paris Museum welcomed Invictus & Olympéa for the launch of the Intense version of the two fragrances.

 In this Parisian hotspot, illusion reigns supreme!  Reproducing an identical wax character requires true craftsmanship by a whole array of artists and artisans, to master their models and study their every last detail. It all begins with the sculptors, Stéphane Barret for Nick and Claus Velte for Luma. Using photos, measurements and 3D images, they sculpt a face from clay and then, the result is handed over to about 10 experts. Make-up artists recreate skin colour and details with oil paint, a hairdresser implants real hairs, one by one, and a tattoo artist copies the famous tattoo on Nick’s torso.

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