Gap Close perfume
The laid-back scent destined to become your new summer staple
Monday, June 1, 2009
Sometimes there’s nothing sexier than throwing on a soft white tee and your trusty pair of skinnies. Now you can enhance the mix with a sultry spritz of Close, Gap’s first signature scent, overseen by Gap’s resident designer (and cutie) Patrick Robinson. Created by world-renowned fragrance house Givaudan, the juice has notes of almond blossom, sparkling water, light vanilla, and a kiss of amber that makes for a soft and sensual musk. Just as enticing as the scent is its minimal, opalescent bottle. At first glance, its contents look innocent enough, but one sneaky spritz is all it takes to make someone lean in just a little bit closer. –M.K.
Gap Close perfume, $12 – $38. At Gap stores across Canada.