It is no secret that every year I impatiently wait for the new Guerlain Aqua Allegoria release. Mr Wasser takes upon a flower each year and gives us his own beautiful interpretation. In his words:
It is this time of the year again when one of my favorite perfume and cosmetics houses, no other than Guerlain, launches one of my favorite products of the year! Every year the new Terracotta collection offers not only one of the most complete bronzing collections but it scents the products uniquely! Last year I was amazed by the Lys Soleia perfume they used and I thought that it couldn’t get any better – well I was wrong!! This year they are perfumed by the most lovely tiare scent!!!
There is a loud buzz in the fragrance community every time Guerlain announces the release of a new perfume. Especially when it is linked with one of the most iconic perfumes of their house “L’Heure Bleue”. For the 100th Anniversary of this masterpiece Thierry Wasser, Guerlain’s in house perfumer created a fresher less complex – introductory to my opinion – version, for the new Guerlain aficionado.
Guerlain has drawn the essence of an enigmatic and sophisticated limited-edition festive collection from the heart of the fragrance Liu. From scent to make-up, this journey transports us to the threshold of a fantastical and incredibly refined Asia.
Guerlain by Emilio Pucci” embodies the union of two prestigious Houses. Emilio Pucci, the Florentine fashion brand whose cult prints have been evoking Italian color and a refined way of life since the fifties. And Guerlain, whose creations have represented Parisian luxury, knowhow and excellence since 1828.
I have a feeling, that lots of you girls out there, love perfume stories, so I’ve decided today to share with you a unique one. What we do know is that Shalimar first appeared in 1925 (although it was created five years earlier by Jacques Guerlain). What is less well known, is that it was exclusively launched in the United States following the unexpected success encountered on board the Normandie cruise liner during a crossing to New York by Raymond Guerlain and his extremely beautiful wife.