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Saturday, February 9, 2013

Collection: Les Voyages Olfactifs

In May 2009, Guerlain presented the Les Voyages Olfactifs fragrance collection inspired by the cities of Paris, New York and Tokyo. Two other scents were launched: London in 2011, and Shanghai in 2012.




Created by Thierry Wasser as an olfactive journey to the heart and soul of the world capitals, using the finest of fragrance materials and unique flacons designed by Serge Mansau. Each cylindrical clear glass bottle is inscribed with its fragrance name and topped by a silvery top. Holding 250ml of eau de parfum, each bottle is like a fragrant postcard of the city it represents.

For the 2011 launch of London, the fragrance was presented in a 100ml, rectangular, clear glass, air travel-friendly bottle. To enhance the bottle, Serge Mansau drew a sketch, which was then engraved in platinum that traces out the emblematic spot of the city. In this case, the Tower Bridge, a symbol which illustrates the spirit of London. 

The other three previous editions were also presented in 100ml bottles, each decorated with a symbol evocative of their location and notoriety.

The collection was discontinued in 2014.


Les Voyages Olfactifs 01 Paris-Moscou: It is classified as a floral woody musk fragrance for women.
  • Top notes: lemon, bergamot, plum, wormwood, pine needles and red currant
  • Middle notes: jasmine
  • Base notes: vanilla, Tonka bean, sandalwood and white musk

Click HERE to find Les Voyages Olfactifs Paris-Moscou by Guerlain



Les Voyages Olfactifs 02 Paris-New York: It is classified as a woody oriental fragrance for women.
  • Top notes: mandarin and bergamot
  • Middle notes: cardamom and cinnamon
  • Base notes: vanilla and cedar

Click HERE to find Les Voyages Olfactifs Paris-New York by Guerlain


Les Voyages Olfactifs 03 Paris-Tokyo: It is classified as a green oriental fragrance for women.
  • Top notes: green tea
  • Middle notes: violet and jasmine
  • Base notes: cedar and vanilla

Click HERE to find Les Voyages Olfactifs Paris-Tokyo by Guerlain


Les Voyages Olfactifs 04 Paris-London: It is classified as a fruity floral gourmand fragrance for women.
  • Top notes: bergamot, grapefruit and rhubarb
  • Middle notes: rose, cardamom and violet
  • Base notes: Virginia cedar, tea and vetiver

Click HERE to find Les Voyages Olfactifs Paris-London by Guerlain


Les Voyages Olfactifs 05 Paris-Shanghai: It is classified as a floral woody musk fragrance for women.
  • Top notes: almond, bergamot and star anise
  • Middle notes: ylang-ylang, mimosa and orange blossom
  • Base notes: vanilla, vetiver, sandalwood and cedar

Click HERE to find Les Voyages Olfactifs Paris-Shanghai by Guerlain


the original bottles for Les Voyages Olfactifs range c2009



the new bottles for Les Voyages Olfactifs range c2011

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