Paco Rabanne launches a new feminine fragrance in August 2015 under the mythical name of Olympéa.
Olympéa represents the equivalent of the masculine edition Invictus from 2013, inspired by the athletic spirit, competition and victory.
The concept is based on the idea of a modern Greek goddess and evokes strength, dynamism, and conquests.
The perfume is developed by Loc Dong and Anne Flipo. Its both salty and floral composition is characterized as fresh oriental, opening with sparkling green mandarin, aquatic notes of water jasmine, and fiery ginger lily, with salted vanilla in the heart. The base notes are sandalwood, cashmere, and ambergris.
The face of the perfume is Brazilian model Luma Grothe. The bottle is shaped like a laurel crown, designed by Marc Ange.