Carolina Herrera Good Girl: The enduring power of a killer heel

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Carolina Herrera Good Girl, first released in 2006, stirs up feelings of nostalgia thanks to the iconic bottle design, a symbol of feminine power, an ultra-high stiletto heel.
Like the figure of the femme fatale that inspires its sensual moodiness, Good Girl is establishing itself as a truly iconic fragrance
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Rarely do fragrance bottles make the kind of statement that the groundbreaking and impossibly teetering glass stiletto did when the House of Herrera first released Good Girl in 2016. A symbol of feminine power, the midnight-blue and gold ultra-high heel is just as provocative in 2019.

Inside the glass flacon, tuberose and sambac jasmine contrast with darkly addictive notes of roasted tonka beans and cocoa. The juxtaposition of sweetness with something altogether more moody and mysterious is both sophisticated and deeply compelling.

Indeed, it perfectly embodies the international fashion and fragrance house’s genius for timeless elegance and refined irreverance, and adds a couture aesthetic to just about any outfit.


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