Dahlia Noir is a feminine and mysterious name referring to a flower that does not exist: the paradoxical black dahlia. Structured and rigorous, yet feminine and soft, the dahlia epitomizes Givenchy’s style.
True dahlias have no scent, leaving room for imagination and fantasy. The fragrance, created by François Demachy and Riccardo Tisci, has a distinctive personality, yet is reminiscent of a tradition of beauty and femininity.
Givenchy Paris appears on the front of the bottle as on the very first Givenchy fragrances, reaffirming its French and Couture heritage. The structured, heavy cap adds a masculine touch which is softened by the salmon pink color of the juice, and luminous silver touches underlining the edges of the cap.
Like a precious secret, Dahlia Noir is debossed on the silver plates hidden beneath the cap.
Ever since the days when couture was considered a refined, white-coated craftsmanship, Hubert de Givenchy has been recognized as one of the world's most revered fashion designers—with a client roster that reads like a 'who's who' of the best-dressed women of all time. Givenchy's fragrances, cosmetics, and advanced skincare are as precious as couture—with seemingly personalized formulas that are modern in innovation and high in performance. They're a blend of French-style elegance with American-style spontaneity, plus a touch of something very chic, very irresistible, and very Givenchy.