Lanvin Éclat d’Arpège Perfumed Hair Mist


Éclat d’Arpège belongs to the iconic Lanvins’s Arpège collection wich is one of the pillars of the Maison’s perfume line. The original edition was launched in 2002, as a beautiful feminine floral fragrance, fragile, delicate and angelic. The notes of lilac and fresh greenery give a special olfactory illustration of the first days of spring. Also, Éclat d’Arpège continues the theme of music and revives the classic and iconis Arpège of 1927.

Created by Karine Dubreuil, the composition is full of freshness thanks to petitgrain, cooling notes of tea leaves, lilac flowers and slightly sweet peach flowers. Flowery and tea notes are embraced by musk which creates a sensual creamy coat. The flacon was designed by Alber Elbaz.


For 16 years, since the first edition Éclat d’Arpège was launched, Lanvin has been offering limited edition flacons of the same shape with various details each year in order to animate their faithful customers. This year, the famous fashion house introduces a new version of its famous perfume, Éclat d’Arpège Perfumed Hair Mist – the new accessory for hair to maintain this nice aroma long-lasting.


The delicate notes of the new fragrance very softly and aromatically perfumes the hair to preserve this aroma longer and intenser.

Top notes: Lilac, Petitgrain
Heart notes: Peony, Osmanthus, Peach blossom, Wisteria, Tea note
Base notes: Musk, Amber, Cedarwood

Lanvin Éclat d’Arpège Perfumed Hair Mist opens to impress with almost the same notes as the original perfume, yet more modern and more cooling. It opens with petitgrain and lilac along with floral notes of peach blossom, peony, osmanthus, and tea leaves. The woody base calms with musk, amber and cedarwood note.


The perfume bottle remains the same as the first edition with the same pale violet color. 

Lanvin Éclat d’Arpège Perfumed Hair Mist is available as 30ml. 





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