Givenchy Play Sport
Givenchy Play Sport - eau de toilette for men
Play Sport by Givenchy - "Wanna Live? Just Play! Extremely modern yet totally timeless, Play offers a multi-sensorial experience available in three compositions. The fragrances are centered around the Amyris wood, a Caribbean wood that possesses a warm and sensual tonality that gives Play its signature radiance. The Play Sport man is not afraid to live life in the fast lane. He is playful, determined and courageous." --macys.com
|Scent Classification||Powdery Floral Chypre|
Top - bergamot, lemon leaf, ginger, mint
Heart - black pepper, amyris wood
Base - musk
|Print/TV Campaign||Justin Timberlake (model)|
Givenchy Play Sport - Eau de Toilette 1.7oz, 3.3oz / $57-75
Givenchy Play Sport - Shower Gel 6.7oz / $25
Givenchy Play Sport for MenGivenchy - Justin Timberlake, Feb 2012
Givenchy Play Sport FragranceGivenchy - Justin Timberlake, Feb 2012
Givenchy Play Sport - perfume editorials
Givenchy Play Sport
The athletic look that began with the spring collections -- all wet hair and motocross at Alexander Wang, loose locks and track pants at Altuzarra -- has continued into the more-recent fall runways.
Givenchy Play Sport Eau de Toilette, $75
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(Flaherty, Erin. "101 Ideas: Good Sport." Marie Claire July 2012: 76)
Givenchy Play Sport Fragrance
Play Time with JT
Sure, you can snag a bottle of the new Play Sport fragrance for your guy, but Justin Timberlake is convinced you should mist a little on yourself too. "It has masculine, woody notes and a fresh ginger scent that's appealing to both sexes," says the Friends with Benefits star. In honor of the hot new potion, a spin-off of the cologne he helped develop in 2008.
Givenchy Play Sport eau de toilette, $75/3.4 oz.; macys.com.
("What's Now: Play Time with JT." InStyle May 2012: 88)
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