Boucheron Fleurs

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Founded in 1858 by Frédéric Boucheron in Paris at the Place Vendôme, the first perfume of the Boucheron jewelry house had its premiere in 1988. Its floral-oriental fragrance with strong character became the symbol of a generation of women. The iconic ‘ring’ flacon was designed by Joel Desgrippes, a shape inspired of the Maison’s cabochon ring.

This Spring the French Maison launches a new contemporary interpretation of their iconic Boucheron Femme, called Boucheron Fleurs. This fragrant bouquet is dedicated to the heirs of the style and aura of those who wore and loved the original.

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Boucheron Femme Parfum ad, 1988

A timeless perfume now turns into a new pleasant floral fragrance with a softer aroma highlighted by a nice bouquet of flowers. Created by famous perfumers Quentin Bisch and Nathalie Gracia-Cetto – creators of other fragrances of the Maison – the new version perfume characterizes the modern woman, infused with a pleasant oriental/floral aroma

Top notes: Lemon, Mandarin, Pear
Heart notes: Orange blossom, Frangipani, Petalia
Base notes: Benzoin, Vanilla

Boucheron Fleurs has a delightful scent made of precious notes, crafted and designed just like its precious jewelry. It opens with fresh citrusy accords of bergamot, lemon, pear along with orange blossom, petalia, and frangipani. The base settles down with sweet vanilla and benzoin notes.

Boucheron-Fleurs-Flacon-Box.jpgBoucheron Fleurs Perfume preserves the same flacon shape as the Boucheron Femme flacon, yet Fleurs is sealed in a beautiful massive crystal flacon crushed in waves filled with a nice lovely blue sky color and also adorned with a royal blue ‘sapphire’ stopper.

Boucheron Fleurs Perfume is available as 100ml Eau de Parfum. 

 

 

 

 

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