Versace Dylan Blue by Versace

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Inspired by Greek mythology, particularly the face of Medusa, as well as the deep, mysterious, and massive Mediterranean Ocean, Versace creates and delivers sharp, crisp, and luxurious fashion.

Throughout their apparel, home décor, and fragrances, only the finest quality materials are used to manufacture the Versace label. Started by the infamous Gianni and now taken on by his sister, Donatella, the company has continued to impress those on the red carpet as well as those in cities throughout the world.

Continuing with innovative fragrances while embracing Versace’s tradition, their most recent release came at the introduction of Versace Dylan Blue. The men’s Versace Pour Homme Dylan Blue was released in 2016 and was an instant hit with its clientele. Its rich, aquatic notes blend with black pepper, papyrus wood, and incense. It is captivating and refreshing.

The women’s counterpart was highly anticipated because of the men’s dominance and success in the fragrance industry. Launched in 2017, Versace Pour Femme Dylan Blue celebrates the “uniqueness, strength, sensuality, and elegance,” according to Versace’s webpage.

Versace Dylan Blue Review


“…is an expression of innovative design- its elegance curves bring to mind an amphora, evoking Greek culture and mythology,” also stated. Along the top as well as the front of the bottle, is Versace’s trademark Medusa image. It is available in 1.0 ounce (30mL), 1.7 ounces (50mL), or 3.4 ounces (100mL).


The strikingly dark, Mediterranean blue and affluently gold bottle is nestled inside a cylinder-shaped canister. Along the bottom of the packaging, the noticeable gold, meandering Greek Key design is embellished.


Strength, depth, and mystery are represented by the Mediterranean blue, while gold depicts wealth and tradition.


Eau de Parfum (EDP)


Top notes consist of blackcurrant and green apple sorbet to create a fruity accord; the heart notes are sensual jasmine and soft rose; white woods, musk, and patchouli form a set of woody floral base notes.


Although the Croatian-born model Faretta Radic just began working in 2016, she took the industry by storm in 2017 and became the face of Pour Femme Dylan Blue. As is customary with Versace, Faretta did both the marketing and runway campaigns.

The mixed reviews have been surprising because it is a tastefully done fragrance, but one thing that has been agreed upon is the packaging and bottle makes people think it will be dark and seductive. It is a summer feeling with the fruity, woody-floral notes. It’s a definite “try” and sees if you love it with your body chemistry.


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