Perfumer Christine Nagel designed something absolutely unique for the brand Lalique; the new perfume bravely uses notes of masculine perfumes in combination with the traditional feminine floral chords.
Lalique will launch the new fragrance in September. Christin Nagel says that it usually takes her one year to develop a perfume like this but this time it took her much less time and she made it only in six months. Christine made a daring move by designing a perfume for women which is based on traditional male scents. The key ingredient that inspired her was the traditional masculine vetiver. This fragrance contains bergamot, cedar, and musk scents. The floral notes of the perfume are presented by freesia, rose, and osmanthus.
As always, Lalique’s product will have no ad campaign; nonetheless this feature does not prevent them from selling their pricey products. The perfumed water Lalique Encre Noire pour Elle will be released in a limited edition (99 numbered bottles) with each bottle selling for 600 Euros ($863).
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