In 1927, Jeanne Lanvin created Arpège, by love for her daughter Marguerite. Arpège a floral aldehyde who succeeded in crossing the century without losing its identity, remains today a legendary perfume. Inspiring itself with this tradition, Lanvin, in association with Karine Dubreuil, who created Mane, elaborated an original fragrance, with this composition, Lanvin carries on the myth of Arpège and propels it towards eternity, adding a touch of modernism. The famous round Art-Déco bottle created in 1927 has once again been used as the symbol of the House’s mythical perfume. However, it also takes on a new modernity through its pure and almost industrial beauty, its transparency revealing the grace of the liquid’s lilac tint. Designed in collaboration with Alber Elbaz, the bottle is a gem : topped with a white diamond, its stopper sparkles while the two wedding bands that decorate it symbolise the renewal of the house, the connection between couture and perfume, the union between art and industry, but also the link between two loved ones. Emotion is immediate: grace, jewels, refinement, love.
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