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Today’s woman is multi-faceted: a mother, a wife and a breadwinner. These are all strong yet feminine roles and the celebrated traits that Gucci have focused on for their floral, yet woody new fragrance, Bamboo.

The idea is that bamboo is both graceful and elegant, yet has the strength to flourish even in harsh conditions, traits which are embodied by the Gucci woman. And it's not a bad summation of the Stylist reader either (although we're thinking less swaying gracefully on the slopes of the Himalayas and more managing to keep our cool during the crush of the morning commute).

Uniting the elegant, strong and fresh elements of the bamboo plant, Gucci Bamboo manages to evoke both strength and confidence, with modern femininity weaved throughout.

The warm and woody notes of Sandalwood, Tahitian Vanilla and rare grey Amber unite with hints of Casablanca Lily, Orange Blossom and Ylang Ylang in a scent that’s exotic, yet perfect for day or night. A chic, art deco-inspired bottle creates a visual statement with diamond-style glass facets that add to the high drama.

Actress Gal Gadot, the face of Gucci Bamboo, stars in a gorgeous new film directed by Fabien Baron that centres around the complexity and distinctiveness of the Gucci woman — a story truly scent from above.

To buy the fragrance click here.

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