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When Marie-Claude Lalique succeeded her father in 1977, a wind of femininity and modernity blew over the house.
While René Lalique drew his designs, his grand-daughter sculpted hers in plastiline clay, working with live models. For instance, she bought a dove to observe the way it moved when she made her first crystal piece in the 1960s... Her ability to breathe life into her work combined with her love for vivid colors gave her creations a sumptuous vivacity.
In Fruits du Mouvement, the rich, playful hues of mandarin and prune translate Marie-Claude Lalique's vibrant sensibility. The bite of black pepper and the burn of ginger enliven these nectar-laden notes and arouse the shimmering sensuality of an opulent jasmine absolute. When these quivering heart notes of flower and fruit grow languid, they come to rest on a soft bed of amber, sandalwood and Cashmere wood.
100 mL / 3.4 fl. oz.