Gucci’s floral perfume reminds Miley Cyrus of her grandmother | Entertainment

Miley Cyrus says Gucci’s Flora Gorgeous Gardenia scent transports her back to memories of her grandmother.

The ‘Nothing Breaks Like a Heart’ hitmaker is the face of Eau de Parfum, which was relaunched this summer, and she has revealed the floral fragrance reminds her of her relative.

She told Vogue.co.uk: “It brings me back to her and all of our amazing memories together.”

What’s more, the perfume “represents” the 28-year-old pop megastar’s “free spirit”.

She said: “[When I smell this perfume] I think … of my garden at home, which is unruly and free.

“It represents my spirit. It’s important to allow nature to be its truest, most authentic, magical self, and that’s what I embody when I’m wearing Flora.”

For the campaign, the singer appears in a series of photos and a “fanciful” video directed and photographed by Petra Collins, with Alessandro Michele serving as creative director.

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