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Sunday, February 3, 2013

Eau de Lingerie c2013

Guerlain has decided to enter the world of clothing, by way of a limited edition lingerie line in connection with Absolutely Pom, which features a unique scented fabric fragrance, Eau de Lingerie, which is meant to be sprayed onto lingerie. The perfume was released on Valentine's Day, 2013, as a part of Les Elixirs Charnels collection.



From Guerlain:
“Close to the skin, in the very place where fragrance settles, our lingerie lies… and this inspired Guerlain to conceive of an innovative beauty ritual. A delicate new fragrance to spray onto lingerie, creating a special moment of sensuality in which women are invited to indulge…”


Fragrance Composition:

So what does it smell like? It  is classified as a powdery floral fragrance for women.
  • Top notes: iris
  • Middle notes: rose
  • Base notes: vanilla, sandalwood, ambrette and white musk

This fragrance is available in 125ml size and can be found at the Guerlain boutiques priced at €65.




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