Kylie fragrance 'for all these men I love'

Kylie fragrance 'for all these men I love'

She should be so lucky ... Kylie Minogue gets to grips with two sides of her hunky model boyfriend.

The singer must have been Spinning Around as she shot the ad for new fragrance Inverse with two versions of her lover Andres Velencoso.

Kylie’s stylist pal William Baker photographed the moody ad using trickery to create a scantily clad image of the Spanish model, plus a dapper, suited version.

Inverse is Kylie’s first foray into the world of male fragrances and aims to capture the two sides of a modern man, according to the manufacturers, “encompassing his intrinsic masculinity and his softer, more sensitive side”.

Kylie said: “With Inverse, I wanted to celebrate the diversity of the opposite sex and create a fragrance for all these men I love. And yet, I also suspect that a woman will want to wear Inverse to appeal to a man with a fragrance they both find irresistible.”

The singer – who herself divided into multiple versions of herself for hit video 'Come Into My World' – used lavender, cardamom and coriander plus cinnamon and star anise in her blend.

Velencoso said: “Working with William and, of course, Kylie on the Inverse shoot was an unforgettable experience.”

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