Gucci Bloom by Gucci is a Floral fragrance for women. Gucci Bloom was launched in 2017. The nose behind this fragrance is Alberto Morillas. The top note is Jasmine; the middle note is Tuberose; the base note is Rangoon creeper.
Gucci Bloom: Debuting the First Fragrance by Alessandro Michele: “I wanted a green fragrance, a courageous scent that transports you to a vast garden filled with many flowers and plants, a bouquet of abundance. The garden is as beautiful as women are; colorful, wild, diverse, where there is everything. GucciBloom smells of this garden in order to travel to a place that is not there,” Alessandro Michele.
Flowering from the authentic spirit of the women Alessandro Michele champions is an attitude of freedom to be who you want to be. Mixed with the color, decoration, and pattern of the creative director’s design canon, the women he dresses are flourishing in a natural, expressive and individual way: they are in bloom.
The first Gucci fragrance developed wholly under Alessandro Michele’s creative vision encapsulates this modern philosophy that is the guiding vision for the House.
Gucci Bloom celebrates the authenticity, vitality, and diversity of the women he designs for and those that identify themselves in his vision.
True to who they are, these young women experience life and its fruits, blooming into their real selves. They convey their personal point of view without conventional limitations. They live for memorable experiences, create stories, and connect and be inspired by the objects, culture, and art they choose to be surrounded by. Architect of every element of the scent, Alessandro Michele has infused Gucci Bloom’s idea of lushness, life, and vigor in each fragrant note, the dreamy campaign, and its unconventional design.
ABOUT THE SCENT: Blended by master perfumer Alberto Morillas with direction from Alessandro Michele, the fragrance is created to unfold like its name. The creative director envisioned the scent as a thriving garden full of diverse types of flowers and the rich perfume it emits.
Authenticity is woven through qualitative, highly-concentrated natural ingredients.
Notes blossom out like a concentration of flowers, the unique expression of the new to the world ingredients, bringing a new olfactory experience. Natural Tuberose absolute harvested from India is interlaced with natural Jasmine absolute. Jasmine bud extract is obtained through an exclusive method of co-extraction that blends a natural quality of jasmine and captive molecules to impart a fresh green and petal scent on the skin. Gucci Bloom also features notes of another plant used in perfume-making for the first time, the Rangoon Creeper. Discovered in South India, the Rangoon Creeper embodies the new scent’s concept and name, as it changes color from white, gradually darkens to pink then finally to red when it blooms. The vine’s flowers are redolent with a slightly powdery feminine floral perfume.
ABOUT THE DESIGN: An arbiter and seeker of beauty, Alessandro Michele ideated a flacon and packaging that encapsulates the fragrance’s spirit dedicated to the diversity of women.
“The bottle is not designed feminine to seduce men but to keep company with the women who wear the perfume. Retro and tender because of its color, with clean, slender lines, and not crafted in the transparent glass but in porcelain, a material that I love very much,” he said.
A vintage powder pink shades the lacquered porcelain square-shaped bottle, appliquéd with the Gucci label ribbed and framed in black. The outer carton is covered inside and outside in Herbarium, a red-and-white toile de Jouy House print of leaves, cherry branches, and flowers framed in black.
Dancing, strolling, rejoicing in being free and full of life: this trio embodies Gucci’s new vitality and the captivating, transporting nature of Gucci Bloom.