Gallivant takes inspiration from this US city to create its latest scent

This will be the eighth fragrance in its line-up, which currently includes the Amsterdam, Berlin, Istanbul and London perfume

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Unisex fragrance brand Gallivant has launched a new scent inspired by Californian city of Los Angeles.

The scent, which was created by Karine Chevallier, is said to be a ‘neon floral’ fragrance with opening notes of eucalyptus, clary sage, mandarin and pineapple; a floral heart of narcissus and tuberose; and a base of cade, guaiac wood, nagarmotha, musks and heliotrope.

Speaking about the new scent, Gavlliant’s founder, Nick Steward said: “With the fragrance I wanted to evoke a sultry, shimmering Hollywood.

“Homes hanging on to the dry earth hillsides, eucalyptus and clary sage, a breeze from the Pacific Ocean.”

Steward founded the brand in 2017, and was inspired by sights, sounds and smells of urban destinations to create the scents.

The line-up also includes Amsterdam, Berlin, Istanbul, London, Tokyo, Tel Aviv and Brooklyn fragrances.

The bottles are also housed in travel sized bottles for consumers on-the-go.

Retailing at £65, the new scent is now available via gallivant-perfumes.com.

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