I cannot believe how much I love these two scents. They're such a great power couple.
Packaging (from the press release)
ETERNITY summer Calvin Klein reinterprets the legendary ETERNITY bottles through the lens of a sundrenched tropical paradise. gradient shades of soft blue, green and violet flow from the smooth curves of the men’s bottle to the sleek lines of the women’s bottle, creating visual harmony.
The packaging of these two bottles are were done beautifully. I adore the soft shades, on a matte bottle with the silver lid & white writing.
|ETERNITY summer | Calvin Klein|
ETERNITY summer Calvin Klein for women
The first whiff I got was very exotic smelling, I believe the scent I was smelling was the Palm Tree Accord. There's a few scent notes in this perfume that I've never smelt before, which makes it seem even more exotic. One the initial scent calmed down I believe the Jasmine mixed with the Frangipani & Tuberose Msst with the musk & vanilla, a very relaxing but refreshing scent blends together. It tells such a beautiful story. I got quite a few compliments when I wore this out. So I would highly recommend smelling this is you see it in stores.
Top: palm tree accord, pear blossom, bergamot
Heart: frangipani, jasmine, tuberose mist
Bottom: musks, vanilla, blonde woods
|ETERNITY summer Calvin Klein for women|
ETERNITY summer Calvin Klein for men
At first scent you smell the Lime Cilantro with a small him of bergamot. Once it starts to relax you start smelling saltiness with sage, musk & amber. Once it settles a little bit more, the cedarwood makes itself known. It's really a transforming scent that transitions through it's notes very softly.
Top: cilantro, lime, bergamot
Heart: salty accord, sage, basil
Bottom: cedarwood, amber, musk
|ETERNITY summer Calvin Klein for men|
My husband loves the "for men" just as I love the "for women". They balance each other very well, as I said before, a serious power couple that is very captivating & pleasing to the nose.
Available April 2016 at the Hudson’s Bay, Shoppers Drug Mart, Sears, and London Drugs