“If we at any time have any down time, David and I will generally go to Paris, even if just for 24 hours,” Victoria Beckham tells Us Weekly completely, of the metropolis that impressed her new fragrance, Suite 302, and the campaign for the sultry scent.
The fragrance is one particular of Beckham’s just-introduced trio of gender-neutral scents that borrow from her most significant recollections. “It was my most individual project to day,” suggests the 49-year-previous entertainer-turned-entrepreneur, of adding fragrances to her expanding Victoria Beckham Splendor empire.
In truth, Suite 302 provides to everyday living that magical instant in 2004 when husband David Beckham whisked her off to Paris’ famed Ritz Lodge following a surprise vow renewal he experienced prepared. Notes of black cherry, musk and tobacco leaf recreate the intoxicating vibe of that more than-the-prime passionate expertise. The scent “reminds me of being in the Ritz, at Hotel Costes, lots of paparazzi next us, velvet drapes in the lodge space, opulence,” Beckham says.
Provocative, captivating and just sweet sufficient, the aroma evokes “pure glamour,” and “a hint of your partner’s cologne on the percale pillow subsequent to yours,” irrespective of whether or not you take place to be married to David Beckham.
Similarly, they hyper-sensual campaign shot by Steven Klein in Paris exquisitely captures the secret of a sensual getaway — and the electrical power of revisiting unbridled like.
Even though the City of Gentle will often be a date-night time spot for the Beckhams, it’s also evolved to develop into the position wherever Victoria works, good-tuning and showing her acclaimed trend assortment (this previous period, mega-stars which includes Kim Kardashian and a bare-faced Pamela Anderson sat front row!) “I’m pretty drawn to Paris,” she admits.
Suite 302 is out now, alongside with San Ysidro Drive and Portofino ’97. Scroll by means of to see the driving-the-scenes imagery for the campaign, then get a whiff of the scents at victoriabeckhambeauty.com.