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Big fans of Givenchy? Want something new? Then you’re going to swoon over the new Dahlia Divin fragrance.

Givenchy say: “Embrace your inner Golden Goddess. The icon. Everything about her inspires us to want to be better, reach new heights and live life to the fullest. We are inspired by her magnetic beauty and her golden aura. Radiant. Sensual. Refined. Divine.”

Did our testers agree? Lets find out…

Heather Perry – Category Assistant

“The new Dahlia Divin fragrance smell very elegant – I’ve had many compliments when wearing it! I find it is a strong scent without being too overpowering. The scent is fresh and floral making it a perfect day perfume and the Sandalwood undertones make it just as suitable for the evening.”

Hannah Gilding – Category Assistant

“This fragrance is a great new addition to my perfume collection and a perfect summer scent. I found that it really lasts on my skin all day, but not in an overpowering way.  It’s a nice mature, sweet perfume that isn’t sickly.  The woody undertones give it a depth that allows me to wear it into the evening, too.  The added bonus is that the golden bottle looks gorgeous on my dressing table!”

Exclusive to House of Fraser, be one of the first to get your hands on this brand new fragrance and enter the competition – simply answer the question below;
Who is the face of the new feminine fragrance by Givenchy, Dahlia Divin?

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Bianca Matley

My name's Bianca, Menswear Editor. Contrary to belief, I love Eastenders but wasn't named after the character... heyday of hoops and ponytail quickly erased from memory. Times have changed (thankfully) and although I love beauty, I equally love a good men's oxford shirt and jacket or two, for myself of course. You'll now find me flicking through men's magazine pages and my favourites list is increasingly becoming male dominated. Dare I say, there's a lot to learn from their style...

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