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Maybe you love Jared Leto from My So Called Life (Jordan Catalano, you have our hearts). Or maybe you’re more of a haunting Requiem For a Dream Leto fan. It’s also worth mentioning he’s genius in Suicide Squad this summer. Whatever way you come at your Jared Leto fandom, his latest appearance in the campaign for Gucci Guilty—which we excitedly announced back in December—is pretty much a must watch. Leto’s Gucci predecessors include actors Chris Evans and Evan Rachel Wood, both of whom have appeared in steamy Gucci Guilty ads.

The campaign was shot in Venice by director Glen Luchford and features Leto alongside models Julia Hafstrom and Vera Van Erp. And as much as we hate to crib from a press release, this one kind of summarizes the vibe as succinctly as we could imagine: “The trio explore each other and their surroundings in a liberated expression of sexuality.” That’s shorthand for they have the classiest ménage à trois you’ll ever bear witness to.

And a few notes on the fragrances, Gucci Guilty Pour Femme (below) and Gucci Guilty Pour Homme. Both offer a welcome change of pace from the strangely rigid traditional gender expectations used in fragrance creation. Gucci Guilty Pour Femme blends sweet lilac with geranium, a note usually used in men’s colognes; Gucci Guilty Pour Homme makes use of lemon, lavender and patchouli, but also orange blossom, a conventionally female accord. But then again, why choose one when you could have both?

Gucci Guilty Pour Femme, $78, and Gucci Guilty Pour Homme, $69,

From: Harper’s BAZAAR US