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Pregnant Amanda Seyfried praises adventurous new Givenchy fragrance

Published 01/12/2016

Amanda Seyfried
Amanda Seyfried

The Mean Girls star is attracted to unique scents.

Actress Amanda Seyfried continues to be impressed by the new ground Riccardo Tisci breaks with his Givenchy brand fragrances.

The Mean Girls star has been the face of the fashion designer's perfumes for four years now and she is also the star of the campaign for his latest scent, Givenchy's Very Irresistible.

“There’s this weird infusion of (femininity) because of Riccardo and his designs," she tells Women's Wear Daily of the fragrance. "It’s funky, yet there is still this line to the classic, Givenchy feel.

“He kind of funks it up and makes everything more interesting in that it’s wearable, but it’s absolutely its own thing, which is hard to do. There’s an energy to it that I can relate to. It’s fun and adventurous."

While attending the launch event for the perfume on Tuesday (29Nov16) night in New York City, Seyfried revealed she was expecting her first child by neglecting to cover her baby bump, and as she prepares to become a mother, the smell of Very Irresistible is leaving her feeling "so energised".

The scent also reminds the 30-year-old of the youthful zest she experienced while spraying her body with popular fragrance Clinique Happy in the late 90s.

"It’s what I felt wearing Clinique Happy, and now that I’m an adult, it (Very Irresistible) works for me," she explains. “It’s (Very Irresistible) not the same (though). The line is... everything so Parisian and French but Americanised; it’s sugary and has rose and orange blossom."

Very Irresistible is currently available for sale online and at major U.S. department stores.

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