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Thursday, February 14, 2013

L'Heure De Nuit c2012

L’Heure De Nuit: created in 2012, by Thierry Wasser. The new fragrance for women is a beautiful, sparkling modern interpretation flanker to the original 1912 fragrance, L’Heure Bleue.


Painting: Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres, La Grande Odalisque, 1814

"Guerlain’s in-house perfumer Thierry Wasser is shining new light on the iconic fragrance L’Heure Bleue. Under his influence, the soft, elegant scent of the original is lit up with a fresh, contemporary sparkle.This modern olfactory interpretation immerses us in a magical and mysterious “Paris by Night” feel bridging dream and reality, the twilight becomes enchanting and magnetic. Night time fills the air: it is “L’Heure de Nuit.”

Fragrance Composition:


So what does it smell like? It was classified as a floral woody musk fragrance for women.
  • Top notes: heliotrope
  • Middle notes: orange blossom, jasmine, rose, iris
  • Base notes: white musk and sandalwood


The perfume is housed inside the white bee bottle, and part of the Les Parisiennes line. Curiously, the juice is tinted a purplish blue, a nod to twilight.


Available as:
  • 125 ml Eau de Parfum ($270 retail)




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