Dior launched Poison Girl in January 2016 as the fragrance of a new generation of Poison. Its sweet and heady combination of bitter orange, Damask rose and rose from Grasse, almond, vanilla and tonka bean is announced by the slogan “I’m not a girl, I’m poison.” A year later, in January 2017, its new edition comes out as Poison Girl Eau De Toilette.
Poison Girl Eau de Toilette is a refreshed version of the original, dedicated to the same “type of femininity … freer, more daring and more virtual than ever.” The new composition, which is also signed by Francois Demachy, is based on the “shock effect” of three aromatic aspects; there are refreshing frozen orange, warm roses from Grasse and sparkling neroli.
The signature bottle design, which was created for the original fragrance in 1985 by designer Véronique Monod, is also present in this edition. The fragrance will be available as a 30, 50 and 100 ml Eau de Toilette.
Poison Girl Eau de Toilette is an upbeat composition.
Its triple-time appeal to the senses plays on an audacious meeting between contrasting raw materials.
A duo of icy-cool, juicy oranges is like sisters chatting and complimenting each other. Next up, armfuls of sensual flowers introduce a spirited hot & cold ambience.
Lastly, notes of Tonka Bean and Vanilla spread their sensual and bittersweet caress.
This Poison Girl breaks the ice, mastering the effect she has.