Lanvin Éclat d’Arpège Perfumed Hair Mist

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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. 

 

 

 

 

Lanvin Éclat de Nuit

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French Maison Lanvin launches a new Éclat version with a new approach and new modern composition, Ëclat de Nuit. Lanvin Éclat de Nuit celebrates the atmosphere and the splendor of the summer of the summer nights with its  fruity/floral oriental composition. A delicious aroma ideal for summer days.

Top notes: Lemon, Red apple, Black currant
Heart notes: Jasmine, Orange blossom, Freesia, Black de Nuit flower.
Base notes: Vanilla, Sandalwood, Pralines

Created by Fabrice Pellegrin, Lanvin Éclat de Nuit opens with a fresh lemon note and black currant along with floral accords of jasmine, orange blossom, and freesia. The base is warm and sweet, and calms on a sweet vanilla note, pralines and sandalwood.

 

 

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Lanvin Éclat de Nuit comes in an engraved round glass flacon that follows that follows the shape previous editions. The stopper is made of silver colored metal and decorated with with a crystal at the top. Inspiring a modern, stylish and glamour fragrance. 

Lanvin Éclat de Nuit is available as 30, 50 and 100ml Eau de Parfum. 

 

 

 

 

Lanvin Modern Princess Eau Sensuelle

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This skin fragrance is a more intimate invitation. This time, playfulness and mystery invite themselves into the intimacy of her bedroom. Sexier than ever, draped in pleated nude silk mousseline, remains in charge of her destiny.

French Maison Lanvin launches a new tantalizing and very sensual perfume for women, Modern Princess Eau Sensuelle following 2016’s edition Modern Princess perfume. This time, Spanish beautiful model Steffy Argelich advertises the new pure and light perfume.

Lanvin Modern Princess Eau Sensuelle starts to seduce with soft/sweet vine peach and pink grapefruit infused with floral accords of delicate peonies and jasmine. The dry-down lays with musk and sandalwood notes.

Top notes: Pink grapefruit, Vine peach
Heart notes: Jasmine, Peony
Base notes: Sandelwood, Musk

The simple, yet elegant designed bottle was inspired by the fashion house beautiful dresses. The design and the light peach color inspires a rebellious, modern, girlish-kinda fragrance.

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Personally, I adore Lanvin perfumes, some years ago Lanvin Eclat was among my favorite perfumes. And what to think about Arpergé, their timeless classic?

Lanvin Modern Princess Eau Sensuelle is available as 30, 60, and 90ml Eau de Toilette.

 

 

 

 

Ladies perfect accessories

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Vintage perfume purse sprays: from left: Lalique ‘de Lalique’, Jean Patou ‘Sublime’, Cartier, Lanvin (by Cartier), Cartier ‘Must’. Vintage creme/solid perfumes: Paloma Picasso, Jean-Louis Scherrer no.I, and Bulgari ‘Femme’ (Click photo to enlarge).

Now, with the holidays ahead, many stores try to seduce us with the most beautiful evening clothes and accessories for these days. And now that the clutch, that little chique ladies bag, is hotter then ever, you can find them in all price ranges. But what do you take all along in such a small bag? A lipstick….maybe a handkerchief. And don’t forget your perfume purse spray! Our grandmothers used them, our mothers, they are availble in countless models and shapes. Many luxury perfume brands have them in their range.

And now that the clutch is hotter then ever, the beautiful refilable perfume purse sprays are also making their ‘comeback’. That make them the perfect accessories for this season, and to the perfect gift…

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Annick Goutal ‘Grand Amour’ 15ml Eau de Parfum refillable purse spray (Click photo to enlarge).

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Chanel ‘Coco Mademoiselle’ Eau de Parfum Purse Spray set (Click photo to enlarge)

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Chanel ‘No.5’ Eau de Parfum Purse Spray set (Click photo to enlarge).

Gucci Flora Mademoiselle Eau de Toilette Purse Spray set

Gucci ‘Flora’ Eau de Toilette Purse Spray set (Click photo to enlarge)

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Calypso Figue Eau de Parfum purse spray (Click photo to enlarge)

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Gucci ‘by Gucci’ Eau de Parfum purse spray (Click photo to enlarge).

Tory Burch Eau de Parfum Refillable Travel Spray Set

Tory Burch Eau de Parfum Purse Spray Set (Click photo to enlarge).

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Christian Dior Purse Spray Set (Click photo to enlarge).

Every holiday season it’s a suprise wich brand brings us what.  Great are the, mostly limited edition, cremer solid perfumes. They come in the most fantastic shapes, sometimes like a Fabergé egg or a small compact powder, as a charm or pill box. But always they turn out to be true collecors items. Famous are the ones from Estée Lauder almost every year.

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Houbigant Quelques Fleurs Solid Compact Perfume (Clickphoto to enlarge).

Apothecary Cherry Blossom Solid Perfume Charm

Apothecary Cherry Blossom Solid Perfume Charm (Click photo to enlarge).

Crabtree & Evelyn Evelyn Rose Solid Perfume Compact

Crabtree & Evelyn: Evelyn Rose Solid Perfume (Click photo to enlarge)

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Marc jacobs Daisy Solid Perfume Ring (Click photo to enlarge)

by Jean Amr

Fashion great Jeanne Lanvin is honoured with a new exhibition at Paris’ Palais Galliera

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Jeanne Lanvin is honoured with a new exhibition at Paris’ Palais Galliera

Lanvin is among the select group of venerable fashion houses whereby mere mention of its name elicits praise. But the person behind the name, founder Jeanne Lanvin, has never been cast in quite the same legendary light as Coco Chanel or even Elsa Schiaparelli.

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Jeanne Lanvin’s exhibition at Paris ‘Palais Galliera’

A new exhibition at the ‘Palais Galliera’ paints a stunning portrait of the designer, framing her creations – upwards of 100 examples – in the context of her life (1867-1946). Oliver Saillard, the museum’s general curator worked closely with Alber Elbaz, Lanvin’s director par excellence since 2001. Together, they steer visitors through a beautiful narrative that beings with a photograph of the designer at age 70, shielding her face with her hands, and ends with a sculpted evening coat in deep blue taffeta that dates back to the immediate aftermath of WWII.

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Jeanne Lanvin’s exhibition at Paris ‘Palais Galliera’

To see the maison’s codes take shape – the inclusion, for instance, of the gilded dolls depicting Lanvin with her daughter Marguerite that would become the house logo in 1924 – is to realise how the brand is the sum total of personal stories. Even the signature blue, which became the official company colour in 1921, comes with a story. Saillard, in a text found in the catalogue, notes Lanvin’s point of differentiation from her female contemporaries: ‘Lanvin was the first to give overall thought to lifestyle.’

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Jeanne Lanvin’s exhibition at Paris ‘Palais Galliera’

The show, simply titled ‘Jeanne Lanvin’ as if underscoring the focus, is the first of its kind in Paris – which seems even more surprising when you consider that the French fashion house holds the distinction of being oldest still in operation. Perhaps unsurprisingly, there is little mention of the present years.

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Jeanne Lanvin’s exhibition at Paris ‘Palais Galliera’

Instead, visitors peer into chic mirrored vitrines outlined in black; deliberate or not, they evoke the grosgrain that is now inextricably linked to the Lanvin aesthetic. Dresses from 80 years back appear remarkably contemporary, with ornamentation expressed judiciously and feminine silhouettes redefined with soigné ease. But Lanvin was also highly influenced by graphic impact and travel and her prime years coincided with a high period in Art Deco (in fact, her dresses often debuted at the international exhibitions in Paris, arguably a far more impressive platform than a salon presentation).

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Jeanne Lanvin’s exhibition at Paris ‘Palais Galliera’

Saillard, for his part, does acknowledge the through-line between both talents, pointing out that they share a ‘taste for discretion’. Similarly, Albaz has referred to the retrospective as a ‘whispering exhibition’. And as you observe the subtlety of such impressive detailing evolve over several decades, you understand precisely what he means.

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The Noses: Francis Kurkdjian

Our regular reader, has heard the name ‘Francis Kurkdjian’ sevaral times on Yakymour. He is not only the man behind Elie Saab’s exclusive fragances, but worked also for some prestiges houses like Jean-Paul Gaultier, Lanvin, Carven, Acqua di Parma and Guerlain. But he also opend his own Maison Francis Kurkdjian.

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The vèry sympathic Francis Kurkdjian in his Maison Francis Kurkdjian (Click photo to enlarge).

Francis Nourhan Kurkdjian was born in Paris, France, in (14 May 1969) to Armenian parents. The Kurkdjian family had at once fled the Ottoman Empire during the Armenian Genoicide and had settled in France after being deported and relocated to Aleppo, Syria. Having been exposed to music and dancing at a young age, Francis Kurkdjian wanted to be a ballet dancer during his youth. However, he failed passing the competition to study at the Paris Opera School of Dance in 1983. Kurkdjian, who already had an interest in perfume making since he was thirteen years old, decided in 1985 to become a perfumer. In 1990, Kurkdjian entered the Institut Supérieur International du Parfum, de la Cosmétique et de l’Aromatique Alimentaire (ISIPCA), a perfume school located in Versailles, France.He graduated from ISIPCA in 1993 and joined Quest International in Paris the same year. Kurkdjian continued his studies and obtained a masters degree from the Paris Institute of Luxury Marketing.

Francis Kurkdjian is one of the most prolific, and acclaimed perfumers of our time. At just 25 years old, Francis created Jean-Paul Gaultier Le Mâle, which remains a global timeless bestseller today; others include Iris Nobile for Acqua di Parma, Lanvin Rumeur, multi-award-winning Elie Saab Le Parfum, and recently, a duo of fragrances for the newly-revived Carven perfume house. Since he first began as a perfumer Francis has been taking risks, delighting our senses, and winning awards, too.

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Maison Francis Kurkdjian, 5 rue d’Alger, Paris (Click phototo enlarge)

The ‘day job’ of creating some of the world’s best-known fragrances, however, has enabled French-Armenian Francis to fulfil his dream, building one of the most interesting perfume houses around: his signature Maison Francis Kurkdjian. Under his own label, Francis has had absolute freedom to express his boundless creativity through a portfolio of fragrances that range from the most luminous and airy, Cologne Pour Le Matin, with its Sicilian bergamot and lemon, Moroccan thyme and Tunisian orange flower, through to an exploration of oudh’s moods:
OUD Silk Mood (Bulgarian rose, papyrus, chamomile), OUD Cashmere Mood (labdanum, benzoin, vanilla) and OUD Velvet Mood, spiced with cinnamon, saffron and copahu balm, and each tethered by a base of the highest-quality Laotian oudh. Today, there are more than a dozen fragrances in the collection.

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The nose: Francis Kurkdjian

But Francis Kurkdjian‘s artistry goes beyond what’s simply in a bottle. He has worked on many artistic projects.  With Sophie Calle, he created ‘the scent of money’ (2003), that of a dollar bill that’s been handled, thumbed, and passed from hand to hand, for one of her exhibitions. He also created fragrance-focused installations for the Foundation Cartier and at Versailles, transforming the fountain in the Orangerie with wafts of orange flower, propelled into the air by jets of water. For the Lille Europe Pavilion party at Shanghai Expo 2010, Francis created bubbles scented with violet, released against the backdrop of a Taoist temple in the very centre of the city. (He is surely the only perfumer to offer scented bubbles in his collection!).

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His Parisian flagship store, one of his most famous clients, Catherine Deneuve though Maison Francis Kurkdjian can be found in many of the world’s leading perfumeries… (Click photo to enlarge).

Francis also set about making scented candles for an exhibition of paintings by Jacques Émile-Blanche, a turn-of-the-century French painter, using only the ingredients available at that time, rather than the synthetics that Francis so loves to blend with naturals, a challenge he found pretty fiendish. ‘Synthetic notes are the backbone of a structure, the longer-lasting notes or the steel beams, if you like, in the building you’re making. If you use only natural products, in two hours they will die on your skin and you will have no aura, no power. The chemical acts as a foundation, but you should use the natural notes to wrap around it, making the end result look and smell completely natural, even though it’s not.’ In 2009, as a recognition for his artistry, Francis was awarded one of France’s highest honours ‘Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres’ by the French Ministry of Culture.

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I am a Huge fan of Francis Kurkdjian‘s irreverence; who else would offer bottles of scented laundry detergent (albeit a rarefied version, scented with sparkling Sicilian lemon) alongside a limited edition exquisite handmade Louis Crystal bottles to celebrate 10 years of custom-made perfumes: 20 numbered and decorated bottles, capped with platinum or gold? (They’ll set you back $11,000, though just $2,200 for a refill, and are unnamed:  each purchaser can choose the name, which will be engraved upon their bottle…) And yes: if money’s no object (or you can get your hands on at least 15,000 euros), or the Limited Edition (only 5 made) and bottled in a 24k Gold Crystal Flacon by Maison Saint Louis ‘Queen Marie Antoinette Fragrance’. Francis Kurkdjian creates bespoke fragrances, too.

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Last year Francis Kurkdjian brought Versailles to the Grand Palais, at the Biennale Des Antiquaires. For those who have visited the Grand Palais, it seemed as though the scents of Versailles had drifted all the way to Paris, but how?

To unravel the mystery, begin by approaching the fountain beneath the glass dome. Somehow, the water gives off the olfactory impression of walks through castle gardens and the Grand Trianon. Now consider the fact that scenting an indoor fountain is a worldwide first, and you might guess (correctly) that the man responsible is master perfumer Francis Kudrkjian. For the 27th edition of the Biennale des Antiquarires, interior designer Jacques Grange paid homage to French gardens, filling the space with flowerbeds and foliage. He left it up to Kurkdjian to translate sight into scent.

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The 2014 Biennale des Antiquaires at the Grand Palais, Paris (Photo courtesy of Maison Francis Kurkdjian

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I do know this, however: if you venture out to Maison Francis Kurkdjian’s 5 rue d’Alger boutique in the 1st arrondissement, you can pick up a box of his dinner candles and take that same scent to-go. The limited edition Côté Jardin tapers come three to a set for €28, and if the design on the box looks familiar, you’re likely recalling the patterned flowerbeds that André Le Nôtré created for King Louis XIV.

As for the scent: gorgeous! A single candle fills the surrounding air with visions of hornbeam hedges and ancient statues, conjuring up the grandeur of Versailles wherever you choose to light it. Perhaps a simple creation compared to the Grand Palais’ impressive fountain, but one you could enjoy long after the Biennale.

As Francis himself greets visitors to his website, ‘Welcome to a world of refinement and sensuality. Maison Francis Kurkdjian houses a unique collection, with a rarely matched quest for sophistication and elegance. Our luxury is a commitment to quality and authentic know-how, from the selection of the purest and rarest essential oils, to the infinite attention to every detail.’

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The limited edition Côté jardin candles, €28 (available exclusively at the 5 rue d’Alger Maison Francis Kurkdjian boutique)

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And we’ll leave (almost) the last word to Francis, too. He explains: ‘Maison Francis Kurkdjian is my way to express what I think about the world of fragrances, it is my take on luxury. It is nurtured from my background as a perfumer and a composer, my artistic sensibility and sensitivity.’

List of creations:

  • 1995, Jean-Paul Gaultier: Le Mâle,
  • 1999, Jean-Paul Gaultier: Fragile,
  • 1999, Elizabeth Arden: Green Tea,
  • 2000, Escada: Lily Chic, lim. edition summer edition
  • 2001, Lancôme: Miracle Homme,
  • 2002, Giorgio Armani: Armani Mania,
  • 2002, Kenzo: KenzoKi Lotus blanc,
  • 2002, Yves Saint Laurent: Kouros Eau d’été,
  • 2002, Versace: Versus Time for pleasures,
  • 2003, Versace: Jeans couture Glam,
  • 2003, Lancome: Miracle Homme l’Aquatonic,
  • 2003, Narciso Rodriguez: For Her (co-signed with Christine Nagel),
  • 2004, Paris Garnier Opera: Pas de deux, eau de parfum, Perfume created for an evening to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the “Entente Cordiale” at the Palais Garnier in September 2004. This perfume of rose, iris and orange blossom, in a limited edition of 1000, was offered to the evening’s guests
  • 2004, Joop!: Muse,
  • 2004, Lancaster: Aquazur,
  • 2004, Acqua di Parma: Iris Nobile (co-signed with Françoise Caron),
  • 2004, Emanuel Ungaro: Apparition (co-signed with Françoise Caron),
  • 2004, Van Cleef & Arpel: Summer and Autumn,
  • 2004, Yves Saint Laurent: Kouros Cologne Sport,
  • 2005, Christian Dior: Cologne Blanche
  • 2005, Christian Dior: Eau Noire,
  • 2005, Davidoff: Silver Shadow,
  • 2005, Guerlain: Rose Barbare,
  • 2005, Lancaster: Aquasun,
  • 2005, Jean-Paul Gaultier Gaultier Puissance2,
  • 2006, Ferragamo: F by Ferragamo,
  • 2006, Lanvin: Rumeur,
  • 2006, Chateau de Versailles, Re-creation of the scent of Queen Marie Antoinette,
  • 2007, Christian Lacroix: C’est la fête (co-signed with Jean Jacques),
  • 2007, Jean-Paul Gaultier: Fleur du Mâle,
  • 2007, Narciso Rodriguez: For Him,
  • 2007, Indult: Isvaraya,
  • 2007, Indult: Manakara,
  • 2007Indult: Thiota,
  • 2007, Juliette Has a Gun: Miss Charming,
  • 2007, Juliette Has a Gun: Lady Vengeance,
  • 2007, Emanuel Ungaro: Le Parfum,
  • 2007, Jean-Paul Gaultier: Fleur du Mâle,
  • 2008, Indult: pour Colette C16,
  • 2008, Jean-Paul Gaultier: Eau d’Amour,
  • 2008, Jean-Paul Gaultier: Ligne de beauté Monsieur (co-signed with Nathalie Le Cann),
  • 2008, Jean-Paul Gaultier: MaDame,
  • 2009, Maison Francis Kurkdjian: Aqua Universalis,
  • 2009, Maison Francis Kurkdjian: APOM femme,
  • 2009, Maison Francis Kurkdjian: APOM homme,
  • 2009, Maison Francis Kurkdjian: Cologne pour le matin,
  • 2009, Maison Francis Kurkdjian: Cologne pour le soir,
  • 2009, Maison Francis Kurkdjian: Lumière Noire femme,
  • 2009, Maison Francis Kurkdjian: Lumière Noire homme,
  • 2010, Maison Francis Kurkdjian: Absolue pour le matin,
  • 2010, Maison Francis Kurkdjian: Absolue pour le soir,
  • 2011, Elie Saab: Le Parfum,
  • 2011, Maison Francis Kurkdjian: Aqua Universalis forte,
  • 2012, Maison Francis Kurkdjian: OUD,
  • 2012, Maison Francis Kurkdjian: Amyris femme,
  • 2012, Elie Saab: Le Parfum, Eau de Toilette,
  • 2012, Maison Francis Kurkdjian: Amyris homme,
  • 2012, Maison Francis Kurkdjian: 754 for Bergdorf Goodman
  • 2013, Maison Francis Kurkdjian: OUD cashmere mood,
  • 2013, Maison Francis Kurkdjian: OUD silk mood,
  • 2013, Maison Francis Kurkdjian: OUD velvet mood,
  • 2013, Maison Francis Kurkdjian: Aqua Vitae,
  • 2013, Carven: Le Parfum,
  • 2015, Maison Francis Kurkdjian: Satin Mood,

 

We will hear a lot more of him in the future! I promess you! And I promess you also that I will follow this guy…

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5 rue d’Alger, Paris, France

Website and webshop: http://www.franciskardjian.com

gr.Jean Amr

Eclat d’Arpège Eyes on You by Lanvin launching in limited edition

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After ‘Eclat d’Arpège’, ‘Eclat d’Arpège Summer’ and ‘Eclat d’Arpège Arty’, Lanvin has unveiled ‘Eclat d’Arpège Eyes on you’, a symbol of joy and femininity. These two characteristics also come out in the design of the bottle, which is decorated with a cute illustration portraying two long-lashed eyes with electric blue makeup and wine-red lips. The design reflects the unique style of Alber Elbaz.

The iconic round bottle of the ‘Eclat d’Arpège’ perfume, in a very feminine and subtle rose color, is topped with a fuchsia diamond. Two silver rings, symbolizing the bond between Jeanne Lanvin and her daughter, complete the design.

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Lanvin is set to release the newest version of its Eclat d’Arpège collection, ‘Eyes on You’, whose bottle was designed by Alber Elbaz, the luxury brand’s own artistic director. This new olfactory chapter will be sold as a limited edition starting later this summer.

Created by Karine Dubreuil, this fresh, floral and fruity composition opens with Sicilian lemon and lilac. The heart includes green tea leaves and peach blossom, on a base of Lebanese cedar and white musk.

Lanvin Eclat d’Arpège Eyes On You will hit shelves late July, as 50 and 100 ml Eau de Parfum