Gucci Mémoire d'une Odeur is an elixir who transcends gender through his individuality to establish a new olfactive family, Mineral Aromatic. The transcendent agreement contains unexpected and enigmatic ingredients and is defined by a note of Roman chamomile. Alessandro Michele imagined this flower inside the scent, mixed by master perfumer Alberto Morillas.
Gucci Mémoire d'une Odeur's Roman chamomile is built with Indian Coral Jasmine petals for tenderness, noble muscles for deep and precious woods including warm, luminous sandalwood and airy, subtle cedar, a powerful tree with deep roots and an irresistible vanilla note.
Alessandro Michele discovered a vintage Gucci fragrance bottle and was inspired by its design for the Gucci Mémoire d'une Odeur bottle. The bottle is crossed like a column from an old world, and casts a refined silhouette in heavy transparent light green glass, crowned with shiny gold caps. Printed gold foil frames the label and reveals the Gucci logo along with the scent.