Thierry Mugler Miroir des Majestés

Thierry Mugler Miroir des Majestés

Fashion house Thierry Mugler will present a new addition to their Miroir Miroir Collection. After Miroir des Envies (created by Christine Nagel and Louise Turner in 2008), A Travers Le Miroir (created Alexis Dadier by in 2008), Dis Moi, Miroir (created by Fabrice Pellegrin in 2008), Miroir des Secrets (created by Domitille Bertier in 2008), Miroir Des Vanites (created by Alexis Dadier in 2008), Miroir des Voluptes (created by Nathalie Lorson and Daphne Bugey in 2010), and the second perfume dedicated to the Oriental market (after the successful oud-rich Miroir des Voluptés). Thierry Mugler Miroir des Majestés (Mirror of Majesties) will show up as a luxurious, precious and sensual perfume that will daily delight any woman.

Miroir des Majestés offers women the possibility to take center stage and reveal the queen of the thousand and one nights hidden in each one of us; an invitation to discover a world of opulence, dedicated to the exhilaration of the senses, where golden mirrors meld with the most precious objects.

Thierry Mugler Miroir des Majestes is inspired by magic and wealth of the Middle East. Golden ornaments are painted on the glass surface of the luxurious flacon announcing a true opulence of aromas.

Miroir des Majestés was developed by master perfumer Nathalie Lorson – who has already created Miroir des Voluptés. Miroir des Majestés mixes woody/oriental notes of luminous coriander seeds with spicy cardamom along with orange blossom and jasmine wrapped with sensual suede, while feminine floral shades are enriched with warm and opulent amber accords in base notes, along with a sophisticated trail of oud wood. The base calms with amber and oud wood leaving it sensual and warm.


Thierry Mugler Miroir des Majestés arrives on the market at the beginning of this year, and will launched exclusively on the area of the Middle East.




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