When you hear the name “Agent Provocateur” you probably vaguely remember hearing someone talking about lingerie in a movie or on a show… And you’d be right. The brand started in 1994 and has become one of the world’s favourite lingerie and underwear brands. It was started by Vivienne Westwood’s son, Joseph Corre, and his wife Serena Rees, and is now available in over 60 countries! Their celebrity following includes the likes of Gwen Stefani, Katy Perry, Rihanna and Kate Moss.
Whether it’s playful swimwear or sexy lingerie you’re looking for, Agent Provocateur has a massive range of items available – you’ll even find whips and chokers!
Because the brand understood the seductive power of scent, developing a fragrance was the next logical step, and in 2000 their first perfume was released. Today, they’re the proud owners of various stunning (and always seductive) fragrances, each one undoubtedly feminine and always with a little bit of a naughty streak.
Agent Provocateur Signature EDP
The brand’s first fragrance, this scent is sensual and alluring. An exotic floral chypre, it contains a beautiful mix of saffron oil, Moroccan rose oil, ylang ylang and white gardenia flowers, among many others. The pink egg-shaped bottle is a symbol of femininity and womanly power, and looks beautiful on your dressing table too.
Agent Provocateur Fatale EDP
A fragrance fit for a femme fatale, this scent is bold, enigmatic and enticing. Notes include spicy pink pepper, blackcurrant, patchouli and musk. The end result? A mysterious scent with depth and character.
Agent Provocateur Fatale Pink EDP
A blushing floral version of Fatale, this sultry fragrance is composed of Asian pink lotus, moonlight bamboo, musk and Indian black saffron. It has a dark complexity and leaves an intriguing impression.
What do you think about the sultry adverts for the fragrances?
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