Wednesday, June 5, 2013

David Gandy talks with Elle (Spain) during the Dolce & Gabanna Light Blue launch in Madrid

David Gandy for Dolce and Gabbana

 Light Blue, a Mediterranean love story

Dolce and Gabanna celebrates the return of Light Blue with a new chapter of their Mediterranean love story. This time, the love story stars Bianca Balti as the classic Mediterranean beauty, who takes the lead in this game of seduction in Capri, under the direction of Mario Testino. We sneaked into the making of and we took advantage of his visit to Spain to question the spectacular hero of this story.

Why is D&G Light Blue really special?
Light Blue is special to me, because if it were not for the fragrance I would not be here. The fragrance has achieved an iconic scent, since it is the third we film.

What scent on a woman  attracts you the most?
The fragrance that attracts me in a woman is floral and fruity but fresh, something that reminds me of the Mediterranean and Light Blue.

What should her personality be like?
A sense of humor is important to me in a woman, It doesn't matter how beautiful she is, if she has no sense of humor she does not seem attractive to me.

What scent brings back memories for you?
The smell that takes me back to my childhood is the scent of freshly cut grass in the summer or spring.

What are your favorite flowers? For you or as a gift.
I love certain flowers and plants. They show a happy feeling, especially Cissus, perhaps because of my Scottish roots. I think everyone loves to receive a large bouquet of flowers.

What is "having style" for you?
I think style is many things to many people. For me, the first thing I think of is a suit. Style has a lot to do with confidence. You can wear something that borders on style, but if you wear with confidence, you can be stylish.

Is there anyplace you'd like to escape to this summer?
I don't take holiday's often, so I often go to Africa, it's not a vacation-vacation, but I like to get lost in the middle of nowhere, where my phone doesn't work.


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