Lanvin Jeanne La Plume

Lanvin Jeanne La Plume ad

It is so nice and pleasant to describe fragrances that are warmly welcomed on the industry market. I have recently described the original Lanvin Jeanne perfume, named after its founder Jeanne Lanvin, and now I present the new limited ‘haute couture’ edition for 2011, Lanvin Jeanne La Plume for Women.

After the original Jeanne perfume from 2008 and Jeanne La Rose from 2010, the house of Lanvin launches a new limited edition for 2011 – Jeanne La Plume, inspired by delicate and glamorous feather fashion accessories.

This fruity floral fragrance is inspired by glamorous accessories and trendy fashion lines. The perfume itself has an eye-catching stylish and a modern design. As the previous fragrance, Lanvin Jeanne La Plume preserves the original bottle shape with delightful ornaments on it. The bottle adorns a frosted glass, punctuated by a soft gradient coating that gives off a smooth effect.  The name of the perfume is embroidered on the fabric label and the cover is decorated with a feather that can be used as a fashion accessory. A draw of the feather dresses the tender pink box.

Lanvin Jeanne La Plume Eau de Parfum

 

Elegant, ultra-feminine and luring, Jeanne La Plume is a gentle, elegant and feminine fragrance made from fresh and juicy floral – fruity notes. It opens with sensual and alluring aromas of apricot and peach nectar. The heart continues with fruits (orange and raspberry) with the addition of a playful freesia. Sandalwood and musk lightly surround the composition.

 

 

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Lanvin Jeanne La Plume is a valuable accessory for women who love fancy and glamour looks. I consider Lanvin Jeanne La Plume an ideal fragrance for spring days and joyful moments. Grab for the new Lanvin fragrance Lanvin Jeanne La Plume.

 

 

 

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