Lalique L’Amour

Besides Satine, Lalique will delight all ladies who enjoy their fragrances with another edition arriving on the market in 2013. Lalique L’Amour is a new fragrance created by Nathalie Lorson, who made it a seductive, olfactive declaration of love.

A Japanese prince selected Rene Lalique to create the ceremonial glass door for the drawing room for his Tokyo palace. This door is now exhibited in the Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum, as a masterpiece created perfectly, both from a technical and a stylistic point of view.

The motif of women with feather wings that glitter, which can be found on the door is the inspiration for the new fragrance which is to be seductive, enchanting and surrounding a woman, to attract attention with wide projection and intensity.
Top notes of the fragrance introduce citrusy elements of bergamot combined with elegant rose buds and neroli flowers. The heart is created as a floral saga mixing tuberose, gardenia and jasmine petals. The base is composed as very elegant and dry, created as a blend of cedar, creamy sandalwood and musk.


bergamot, rose buds, neroli
jasmine, tuberose, gardenia
cedar, sandalwood, musk

The fragrance is available in a bottle inspired by details from the ceremonial door in Tokyo. The flacon body is made of glass, cube-shaped with ornaments resembling the details that Rene Lalique used when decorating the door. Details on the glass make the flacon more interesting and luminous, leaving an impression that the flacon radiates light and spreads positive vibrations. The base of the bottle is pale pink, since that is the color of gentle and delicate love. The outer carton contains the same motif as the body of the bottle and is colored in pale pink and golden colors. The fragrance Lalique L’Amour can be obtained as 50 and 100 ml EDP.

Source: fragrantica