How do you bottle the essence of love? United Colors of Benetton seems to have cracked the code by brewing up a new range of perfumes – United Dreams Together. Made for him and her, these fruity scents are full of positive energy and passion, and are designed to celebrate love that transcends borders. Four young talents from around the world were brought together to give voice to this campaign, with Janhvi Kapoor as the global ambassador from India. Like the young brand, this emerging star is full of optimism, making her a perfect fit in the Together family. We caught up with this zesty ambassador to talk about scents that make her smile, and more.
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