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Guerlain Unleashes The Colorful Flacon Quadrilobé Fragrance

By Victor Baker


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Flacon Quadrilobé

Guerlain is teasing our senses yet again, by releasing a new batch of fragrances in the Colour Collection Flacon Quadrilobé – shortly after its master perfumer announced My Exclusive Collection. This new addition to their vast product line features five dreamy fragrances, a unique blend between aromas and colors, five ingredients and five scents, each with its own luxurious amethyst box.

The gemstone-colored bottles come right out of the brand’s Les Exclusifs collection, adding to the overall charm of these fragrances. For instance, L’Heure de Nuit pays a modern homage to the legendary L’Heure Bleue fragrance, impressing with orange blossom, vanilla, heliotrope and iris notes.

Flacon Quadrilobé

Oriental Brûlant (2008) is a unique blend of herbs, almond, tonka bean and carnal balms, while Santal Royal (2014) uses Oriental woods with emerald green to tease anyone around it. Spiritueuse Double Vanille (2007) comes in an amber colored bottle, combining rum, cedar, and vanilla scents and L’Eau de Parfum du 68 (2013) comes in amethyst, and blends rose, spices, heliotrope, cedar, and leather.

The Quadrilobé association goes back to 1908, when Baccarat imagined everything for Jacques Guerlain’s perfume Rue de la Paix, but nowadays only private and exclusive collections may benefit from its appeal. The Colour Collection Flacon Quadrilobé perfumes will be available starting this June in 125 ml packaging, priced at $726.

Flacon Quadrilobé

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