Paco Rabanne presents, in its latest ad, the new flankers of the popular Invictus Legend and Olympéa Legend fragrances.
The spot, set against a hostile desert terrain from the desert of Namibia, features, for the first time together, high-level hero Invictus (ex-pro athlete Nick Youngquest) and super goddess Olympéa (25-year-old Brazilian model Luma Grothe) as they ride across the sand with a wild convoy following them. While Invictus is on a motorcycle, Olympéa is on a white horse, but not for long. After getting closer to the hero, she jumps from the horse on the back seat of his motorcycle and then they both destroy their enemies with their supernatural forces.
The soundtrack music is the 2010 single “Power” by Kanye West, from his fifth studio album, “My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy”. Built around samples of “21st Century Schizoid Man” by King Crimson, “Afromerica” by Continent Number 6, and “It’s Your Thing” by Cold Grits, the song features additional vocals by soul singer Dwele.
Invictus Legend, developed by Domitille Michalon-Bertier in collaboration with Nicolas Beaulieu and described as “a cool woodland built on an amber marine-wood dual agreements,” has notes of laurel, grapefruit, and guaiac wood.
Olympéa Legend, developed by Loc Dong, has notes of ginger flower, vanilla, purple apricot, juicy plum, and salt crystals.