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Armani Prive Cuir Zerzura

A Leather Inspired Fragrance with Notes of Floral
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Armani Prive Cuir Zerzura

Armani Prive Cuir Zerzura

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Keywords

Woody Spices

Benefits

CUIR NOIR is a tribute to the enveloping sensuality of skin-on-skin contact.

Type

Les 1001 Nuits
Discover Armani Privé's fragrance for men and women, Cuir Zerzura, a sharp contrast between a fresh top and a warm sensual base of leather accord and Bourbon Vanilla infusion, evoking this legendary lush green paradise hidden in the desert.

CUIR ZERZURA opens on the sparkling freshness of Mandarin supported by the vibrant brightness of Elemi and the refined Violet leaf accord. The heart offers a sumptuous floral bouquet composed of a fresh petalled Rose duo and precious Iris. The noble Cedar wood notes allied to the richness of Vanilla extract bring depth and texturize the drydown with a veil of intense sensuality. A leather accord highlighted by the amber notes of labdanum wraps the unisex fragrance in a deep voluptuous aura.

Created in 2004, the Armani / Prive Haute Couture Fragrances Collection takes cues from Giorgio Armani Prive Haute Couture. Available in a limited edition, each bottle is engraved with an unique number (between 1 and 1300). Haute Couture editions are unique pieces of Haute Parfumerie, delivered with an authenticity certificate.
• Fragrance is intensified by the warmth of your own body. Apply in the creases of your knees and elbows for a longer-lasting, stronger scent.

• After applying, avoid rubbing or dabbing skin. This breaks down the fragrance, causing it to wear off more quickly.

• If you prefer placing fragrance on your wrists, be sure to reapply after frequent hand-washing, as this tends to rinse off the scent.

• Replace fragrance after 12 months. Expired perfumes more than 1 year old lose the integrity of the original scent.

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