Paco Rabanne
Paco Rabanne Olympea
OVERALL RATING
Size 30ml
Paco Rabanne Olympea 30ml - R900.00

Unique, irreverent sensuality to which nothing and no one can resist. This modern-day Cleopatra is the queen of queens, the woman of all victories, the absolute icon.

RUBIES RAVES

OVERALL RATING
 
  • Siddeeqah
    Favourite - 1 Apr 2019
    This is my ultimate favorite favorite fragrance of all time.
  • Lauren
    Impressed!!!!! - 23 Mar 2019
    Since the first sniff of this fragrance I couldn't get enough but I never had the opportunity to purchase one of my own, I just went into Clicks store to spray the tester which will last the entire day.
  • nova
    Olympea - 22 Mar 2019
    There is no other way to describe the scent of this perfume... it is beautiful, sweet and defines me being the woman that I am... full of life and confidence
  • Thobile
    One of a kind - 8 Mar 2019
    The scent takes you to a place of confidence and excitingly reassuring mood.... It says I know myself.
  • Prudence
    Modern Cleopatra - 22 Feb 2019
    This fragrance smells heavenly, I honestly cant not emphasize this enough. Definitely turn heads, lasts the whole day. Worth the value!
  • Kurhula
    Value for money - 20 Feb 2019
    The scent of this perfume turns heads definitely worth every penny in my pocket
  • Claudine
    Amazinggg!!!!! - 20 Feb 2019
    I just adore this perfume. It makes me feel confident, and at the same time, very feminine. Amazing fragrance:-)

Paco Rabanne

History
Born Francisco de Rabanne da Cuervo, in Spain in 1934, Paco Rabanne later moved to France during the Spanish Civil War. He studied architecture in Paris and began his fashion career in 1965 when he presented his first collection, “Unwearables,” which included his famous experimental dresses made from plastic. After a couple of years he became an international star, and released his first fragrance, Calandre, in 1969. Today, the Paco Rabanne brand boasts a total of 36 fragrances.

Philosophy
Often described as outlandish and flamboyant, Paco Rabanne has been called the ‘enfant terrible’ (a terrifyingly candid child) of French fashion. Though his designs have been considered bizarre by many, it’s undeniable that they veered away from tradition, and had a major influence on fellow designers. From the plastic and metal accessories he first made for Givenchy and Dior, to his runway shows and innovative fragrances, he’s always ensured that the Paco Rabanne brand has always been at the forefront of innovation.

Paco Rabanne