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By Dolce & Gabbana men's and women's fragrance debuting in the U.S. in September. The duo was previewed at the Cosmoprof trade show in Bologna, Italy, April 24-26. The "untamed and aggressive" scents feature "intoxicating fruity notes" in the feminine version and a "heady elixir of spices" in the masculine version. By Dolce & Gabbana Woman opens with clementine, bergamot, muguet and purple cyclamen and moves into a heart dominated by gingerlily needle and tiger lily. The scent dries to a base of vanilla, coffee, wood notes and musks. By Dolce & Gabbana Man's top notes include pepper and nutmeg leaves, while the heart features lavender and artemisia. The base is composed of sandalwood, leather, gayacwood, ambrox and amber. Rounded bottles are housed in cylindrical silver canisters decorated with a zebra print for men and a leopard skin print for women. Distributed by EuroParfums, the sibling fragrances are priced in Italy at about $53 (95.000 lire) for a 50 ml eau de parfum spray and approximately $76 (135.000 lire) for a 100 ml spray...

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