The fragrance

From 13 to 26 July, discover Scandal, the new Jean-Paul Gaultier's perfume in BuY PARIS DUTY FREE shops, embodying scents of honey mixed with scents of gardenia, orange and patchouli.

This feminine and sexy fragrance will seduce women with its shape. Indeed, long legs characterize the stopper of the bottle.

Scandal: legs to lose your mind over

Scandal, the new Jean-Paul Gaultier's perfume

A glass bottle, très chic.

The juice is pink, feminine, intimate, powdery. But most of all, for 20 years Jean-Paul Gaultier perfumes have been (and have had) only busts.

For those who wondered where the legs had gone, here they are!

A pair of legs pointing skyward, on the cap, announces the scandal.

Because yes, and too bad for those that are easily shocked, one can lose one’s head - while keeping it squarely on ones shoulders.

Scandal, Jean-Paul Gaultier's new fragrance: a honey Chypre

An irresistible mixed message

Scandal: New Jean-Paul Gaultier's fragrance

In the daytime, it’s honey, fresh and appetizing that clearly smells of Gardenia and Blood Orange. It’s tangy, irresistible, and it seems almost out of reach, floating by as it recalls childhood.

At night it is a sensual and seductive honey mixed with patchouli.

But at the end of the day, day and night are always present, sending an irresistible mixed message.

Make the Scandal yours!

Take part in our contest on social media, taking your legs in pictures and share it on social media with the hashtags: #BESCANDAL, #SCANDALPARISAIRPORT

You might be the next lucky woman to enjoy a tour of Paris in Limousine, a two-people invitation for the Crazy Horse dinner and show and a night at Maison Souquet for two people (value 1.000€, random draw. See conditions in BuY PARIS DUTY FREE shops).

Discover Scandal in our BuY PARIS DUTY FREE shops at Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Orly airport:

Paris-Charles de Gaulle
Terminal 1 
Terminal 2A, Liaison AC 
Terminal 2D 
Terminal 2E, halls K, L et M 
Terminal 2F 
Terminal 2G 
Terminal 3  

Terminal Sud 
Terminal Ouest

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