Moynat’s beauty case with Guerlain and the Orient Express

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Two hugely luxurious French names have teamed up in respect of the Orient Express, to create a modern classic beauty case that’s utterly covetable.

 

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Super luxurious French leather goods maker Moynat, founded at the time of the establishment of the French railway system, has always been at the forefront of innovation to enable travelers to journey in style.  has teamed up with super luxurious French beauty house Guerlain, and the Orient Express luxury train, to create a ‘malle de beauté’ (beauty case). The brand is no stranger to creating novel cases…

This version is made of lightweight poplar cotton with drawer hinges made of apple wood and covered with vegetal-tanned calfskin in the Orient Express’ signature blue shade.

 

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Each custom-made case features trays of various sizes, when opened trays expands to reveal Guerlain beauty products nestled inside with a vintage Baccarat bottle of the Shalimar fragrance taking the center stage. Made from lightweight material that includes uncovered apple tree wood hinges, its interiors are lined in beige velvet like fabric. When the case lid is open, a backlit mirror magically appears to illuminate the interiors. In addition being a vanity case, it can be used to store jewelry and watches as well. Cementing its luxury stamp on consumers, it takes 250 hours to give shape to exclusive beauty-full trunk, it takes €4,000 ($5,500) to €40,000 ($55,500) to journey with it in style.

The renowned trunk maker mentions that in the Moyant spirit of travel that is both stylish and practical, this beauty case is full of innovations that enhance the pleasure of using it even as one discovers its many playful secrets. A true boîte à surprise.

 

 

 

 

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