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Sunday, August 24, 2014

Shalimar Oiseau de Paradis c2009

Shalimar Oiseau de Paradis by Guerlain: launched in 2009. This is a limited edition collector's bottle, there is no change to the fragrance.



From Guerlain:

"Guerlain has imagined a legendary d├ęcor to accompany the new opus of Shalimar eau de parfum. The slender silhouette of the perfume’s two guardian angels throws a matte shadow outline against the night-blue backdrop of the box, illuminated by the gentle shimmer of the golden logo.  
The bottle’s feminine shoulders appear bathed in glossy moonlight, wearing a sophisticated silk feather draping around the neck, held in place by a blue satin ribbon.  The Oiseau de Paradis signature is inscribed in golden ink with light, slender handwriting, resembling the creatures that have inspired it.  
A sort of invitation to a mirage, in which dreams could take flight into the evening light, rising towards other tales that Shalimar may soon whisper to us in our sleep…"

Shalimar Oiseau de Paradis was available as 50 ml Shalimar Eau de Parfum.  

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