Actress Amy Adams in now starring in an Eau de Lacoste fragrance ad. As the brand's face since late last year, Amy's latest endorsement features a desirable scent that has already created a buzz in the beauty world.
Lacoste may be best known for their French apparel, especially their tennis shirts with the iconic "crocodile" logo, but in recent years, the brand has added their two "scents" to the perfume industry. The seductive women's fragrance is described as having the "sensual feeling of pure white cotton on skin." Inside a spherical bottle with the signature crocodile icon lies a juice that is a mix of modern and traditional ingredients. Top notes include Juicy White Pineapple, Calabrian Mandarin and Calabrian Bergamot which lead to a heart of Pineapple Flower, Jasmine Sambac, Rose and Orange Flower.
To finish the fragrance, Lacoste included bass notes of Sandalwood, Vetyver, Vanilla and Peru Balsam. It's the kind of scent that seduces the senses, which Amy loves.
"I've always been someone who notices fragrances, and I can often recall someone's scent long after they've left the room," Amy said last year. "It's incredible how your senses can be so acute, to trigger an emotion or memory with just the hint of a specific fragrance."
The famous clothing brand refers to the three-time Academy Award nominee as a "beauty of modern femininity," with an "elegance, spontaneity and effortless style that resonates with the confident, natural simplicity that characterizes the Lacoste brand." It's obvious that Amy is worthy of the compliment of all compliments with such gorgeous blue eyes and stellar acting talent, making her the natural choice to front the campaign for such a "noteworthy" scent.
The Lacoste fragrance is out now, available as a sample or purchase for $60.70. Willing to pay the "cost" for Lacoste? Check out the commercial and tell us your thoughts in the comments section below!
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