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Monday, July 15, 2013

Shalimar - Black Mystery Bottle c2007

Shalimar 'Black Mystery' by Guerlain: launched in 2007, as limited edition collector's flacons for the Christmas holiday. Guerlain housed Shalimar parfum in a black Baccarat crystal flacon and the Shalimar Eau de Parfum in black glass spray bottle. There has not been a change to the formula for either concentration.

From Guerlain:

Among the most prominent and legendary fragrance in history, Shalimar was created as an ode to love. To recapture that magical feeling, Guerlain reinterpreted the Shalimar legend, with a nod to designer Philippe Starck. Much like his famed black crystal Baccarat chandelier, the latest offering from the Shalimar family is a modern rare jewel. Crafted of smoky black crystal with burnished gold accents, the beloved oriental scent of Bergamot, Iris, Vanilla and Amber finds a new home in this mysterious and striking flacon.




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