A customizable collection of eaux de parfum, perfumed oils and acque profumate, The Alchemist’s Garden is inspired by the art of alchemy: all scents are built around a hero ingredient and can be layered together to create unique combinations. Taking the number of eaux de parfum in the collection from ten to eleven, 1921 continues the story of magic and imagination created by Master Perfumer Alberto Morillas and Gucci Creative Director Alessandro Michele.
1921 enters The Alchemist’s Garden as Gucci marks its 100th Anniversary. With a special name dedicated to the momentous occasion, the new fragrance reflects the House’s modern yet timeless codes. Created around the distinctive Neroli Flower, blended with the Limone Cedrato fruit from Florence, it is a tribute to the beautiful city where Gucci was born a century ago – hence the evocative name, 1921.
Radiant at heart, the Neroli Flower complexity is both intense and subtle, combining an elegant density with a fizzy green edge. It is blended effortlessly with the sparkling freshness of the Limone Cedrato, a zesty yet floral ingredient, reminiscent of the woody verbena plant. Bringing richness, intensity, and an unrivalled lastingness to the fragrance, Oakmoss provides an earthy, lush forest-like quality, a sophisticated signature note that justifies 1921 as a genderless scent for all seasons.