The Brooks Nader-Approved Perfume Fit for Staying in a French Chateau (or Pretending You Are)

With a long-lasting scent and hydration benefits, the model’s go-to will give you all the perks of a countryside vacation.
On the left, Brooks Nader poses in a black high-neck lace dress. On the right, there is a red bottle of Clarins Eau Dynamisante perfume.

Brooks Nader and Clarins Eau Dynamisante perfume.

SI Swimsuit model Brooks Nader is living the French dream. Following several appearances at Paris Fashion Week events, where she donned her fashionable best, the cover model has escaped to the idyllic French countryside for a relaxing vacation alongside her closest friends.

Not only does her her luxurious trip include scenic views, but also the most beautiful accommodation: a classic French chateau with all of the charm characteristic of the style. Nader went prepared with the fashion and beauty products fit for the dreamy vacation, too.

She shared a video to her TikTok account on Oct. 5, providing a peek into the glamorous experience. The Louisiana native wore a lovely black floral printed Dolce & Gabbana dress, which she paired with gold jewelry and a full face of glam. She rounded out the look with the

Clarins Eau Dynamisante Fragrance Spray

($62), a scent fit for her picturesque French adventure.

Clarins Eau Dynamisante Fragrance Spray, $62 (

In addition to offering lasting notes of white tea, ginseng, lemon and patchouli, the fragrance spray promises to hydrate and revitalize your skin.

“Highly recommend staying at a chateau in the French countryside with your bffs, wearing @Dolce & Gabbana & @Clarins USA perfume,” Nader wrote in the caption of her short clip. But whether making our way to a French chateau is in the cards or not, we recommend snagging a bottle of Nader’s preferred perfume and pretending. That’s what we’re doing, anyway.

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Martha Zaytoun


Martha Zaytoun is a Lifestyle & Trending News writer for SI Swimsuit. Before joining the team, Martha worked on the editorial board of the University of Notre Dame’s student magazine and on the editorial team at Chapel Hill, Durham and Chatham Magazines in North Carolina. When not working, Martha loves to watercolor and oil paint, run or water ski. She is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and a huge Fighting Irish fan.