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Monday, June 1, 2015

Mon Exclusif c2015

Mon Exclusif by Guerlain: launched in 2015. Created by Thierry Wasser.

To make a customized fragrance more accessible to those without unlimited purse strings, Guerlain has introduced Mon Exclusif, a fragrance that you can rename yourself.

From Guerlain:
Because you maintain a close relationship with your perfume, Guerlain invites you first choose the name of the person who will share your life ...  
For you to name your new feminine fragrance thanks to exclusive metallic letters proposed in the casket or by doing burn (by clicking on "Customize"). Engraving is offered with the privilege to inform GEORGES code when finalizing your order. This surprising Eau de Parfum ruffles styles: caressing oriental notes of sandalwood and toffee contrast with fresh fern agreement embodied in a lavender d exception. The bottle reinterprets the lines of the legendary perfume Coque d'Or. Created in 1937, it is then inspired bow tie worn by men during major events. Today is a twisted knot and worn with audacity by a woman!

Fragrance Composition:

From Guerlain:
"Thierry Wasser ruffles the style with exceptional raw materials: - Lavender Carla, fresh and slightly fruity, harvested by Baume des Anges, a French company of the Drôme. - the Santalum Album, a rare Southeast Asian sandalwood, is soft, whose tenacity is remarkable. - The Toffee  Accord, an unprecedented alliance of salted butter caramel, coumarin and vanilla that surprises the taste buds.
 Oriental Fougere.  
Bold. Sensual. Irresistible. Top Notes: Mandarin, Bergamot, Candied Almonds. heart notes: Lavender, solar notes. Base notes: Iris, White Musk, Sandalwood, Toffee Accord"

So what does it smell like? It is classified as a woody oriental fragrance for women. The fragrance is tinted a soft pink color.

  • Top notes: mandarin, bergamot, candied almonds
  • Middle notes: solar accord, lavender, floral notes
  • Base notes: white musk, iris, sandalwood, vanilla, tonka bean, fern, and toffee accord (butter, toffee, salt) 


The fragrance is housed in a modified bow tie (Noed Papillon) bottle once used for the perfumes Coque d'Or, Dawamesk, and Kriss in the 1930s-1940s. Inside the presentation box is a set of adhesive metal letters which you can place on your bottle after baptizing it a new name of your own choosing. Or, if you are at the Guerlain bouquet, you can have the name engraved onto the bottle.

Mon Exclusif is available in the following:

To offer even more customization to the Mon Exclusif bottle, Guerlain has partnered with Maison Desrues, who have developed an exclusive technique in applying colored enamel to your bottle, but only for a limited time.

From Guerlain:
"You now have the possibility to choose the decor of your bottle. Discover the skills of artisans Desrues at 68 Champs Elysées and dress your bottle new colors to suit your needs and tastes. 5 vibrant colors. A multitude of combinations. Your custom bottle. The ultimate luxury. More than ever, this fragrance becomes your exclusive ... Exclusively at Guerlain: Friday 11, 18 and 25 September".

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