While the details behind the fragrance are still unknown, Gucci's Frida Giannini told WWD that she chose the young actress due to the fact that she isn't too well-known and because she possesses a "strong character." If art imitates life and Evan Rachel's character, Sophie-Anne Leclerq, had it her way, I bet the fragrance would smell like money and power.
While this is Evan Rachel's first time fronting a fragrance, her love of Gucci is nothing new, as she's been known to wear the brand's gowns on several red carpet occasions. What do you think of this pairing? Is it a good fit, or not?