It takes nerve to unveil one’s sensitive side, and courage to opt for delicateness. Givenchy Gentleman dares to be gentle.

An unexpected floral twist, like a gentleman with his own, unique take on elegance. The classic touch of lavender is altered by noble iris, that master perfumers Nathalie Lorson and Olivier Cresp placed at the heart of the fragrance. It brings nobility to the composition, ensuring a powdery, sophisticated – and, yes, seductive – facet. Especially when combined with smooth, sweet pear in a rather unlikely addition of tenderness.

Givenchy Gentleman

Sensitively masculine

By contrast, in a subtle nod to the original 1975 release, a patchouli-leather accord bursting with character elegantly structures this new woody floral fougère fragrance.

With these multiple facets and strong personality, Givenchy has dared to offer a delicate yet dauntless fragrance, creating a timeless trail for the modern man who fully accepts his nuances and paradoxes. A contemporary gentleman who exudes refinement without ever seeming to try.

Givenchy Gentleman Aaron Taylor-Johnson

Aaron Taylor-Johnson has the effortless elegance of the modern-day dandy. That natural, unfailingly seductive charisma.

The English actor is the new Givenchy Gentleman, the cool and sexy archetype whose masculinity doesn’t preclude sensitivity or generosity. In short, he is a man who never disappoints.

He not only entertains as an actor, but he’s also a talented singer and dancer. He learned everything from an early age through years of training that paved the way for his deserved success onscreen.

After getting noticed in several television and cinema roles, he played the leading part in the biography of John Lennon Nowhere Boy in 2009. In 2010, he excelled as a comic superhero in the blockbuster Kick-Ass, and in its sequel three years later. But he is unquestionably skilled at the art of changing registers. He starred alongside Glenn Close in Albert Nobbs in 2011 and then joined the cast of Oliver Stone’s Savages in 2012, as well as portrayed Count Vronsky in Joe Wright’s Anna Karenina the same year.

His latest feats include his role in Nocturnal Animals by Tom Ford, for which he won the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor in January 2017 and was nominated for the BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role. He also plays the lead role in Doug Liman’s latest film, The Wall.