The eyebrow-raising bottle, described by the brand as “sexy, curvy and voluptuous”, looks a lot like a (very expensive) vibrator.
Agent Provocateur creative director Sarah Shotton told The Huffington Post UK that the pink metallic bottle was given soft-to-the-touch sides to “portray the sensuality of a woman’s skin”.
She also revealed the perfume was inspired by the brand’s ‘Sparkle’ lingerie set.
As for the fragrance itself, Pure Aphrodisiaque claims to “arouse all of the senses” with a blend of fruity-floral notes and amber musk.
It opens with juicy mandarin, D’Anjou pear, and rich rum. Has a heart of sweet jasmine, orchid and seductive tuberose, and a sultry base of woods, skin musk and amber crème.
Fans of Agent Provocateur will be pleased to know that the brand are currently working on a “big fragrance launch”, set for release in autumn 2017.