There are perfumes that we no longer present so much their success has made people talk about them. Undoubtedly, Invictus is one of them. This perfume symbolizes the hero of modern times. It is the undisputed bestseller of the Paco Rabanne brand since its release in 2013. Everything about him is only strength and virility. In short, it is a fantasy for women and an ideal for men.
The universe created by Paco Rabanne
Each of Paco Rabanne’s perfumes has its own universe. Also, with Invictus it is about the man in all his splendor and in all that he has more athletic. Invictus is a sort of modern-day hero that no victory can resist. He portrays to us the image of muscular masculinity. His name could not be clearer: Invictus refers to the undefeated, or rather the invincible athlete. With him, man seems ready to set out to conquer the world. This perfume alone symbolizes the image of success. This then only makes it more sensual. He is the masculine ideal par excellence and strongly asserts his very masculine identity.
Who is Invictus really?
Invictus is then contained in a bottle highly symbolic of victory. This one represents a trophy. It must be said that Paco Rabanne is a follower of the diversion of objects to create scented cases. This time it contains a woody and aromatic scent. Invictus starts with a sensual freshness from grapefruit combined with a marine accord. In this sense, he adopts a fairly traditional masculine writing. Nevertheless, Paco Rabanne has managed to revisit the classic scent of a Cologne to offer us a very current scent. Thus, its freshness is contrasted by the magnetic aspect of amber wood. In this case, its racy trail is full of oak moss, patchouli, ambergris and guaiac wood. It brings an invigorating freshness while contrasting it with a very virile intensity,