Puig's Jean Paul Gaultier to Launch Men's Fragrance

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The newest fragrance will debut fall 2021. Photo: Jean Paul Gaultier

Jean Paul Gaultier has announced it will launch Scandal, a new men's fragrance, debuting fall 2021, per Happi.

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Scandal, created by Givaudan perfumers Quentin Bisch, Christophe Raynaud and Nathalie Cetto, has top notes of sage and mandarin fruit, tonka bean at its heart and base notes of vetiver and freshly cut wood. 

The fragrance is available in three options, 50 ml eau de toilette (76 euros), 150 ml version (120 euros) and a 200 ml refill (125 euros).

It will launch in France, then the United Kingdom and Germany in August. No date has been announced for a United States launch.

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