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Sunday, February 1, 2015

Imperial Bijoux de Shalimar c2012

For the 160th anniversary of the Bon Marche Rive Gauche department store,  Guerlain created a limited edition of Shalimar called "The Imperial Bijoux de Shalimar."




Shalimar Eau de Parfum is housed inside of a 250ml white bee flacon that is decorated by a necklace suggestive of the jewelry worn by Indian princesses. The brass necklace, created by Sylvia Toledano, features two lapis lazuli pendants. Lapis lazuli, a semi-precious stone coming from India and is a deep, cobalt blue color with flecks of gold.

The limited edition flacon retailed for 450 euros.

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