A moment of emotion. A flight of swallows. A window opening onto a world of timeless luxury. The quintessence of the Lalique lifestyle is expressed in a new perfume, Living Lalique.
A bold fragrance, reflecting the urban, contemporary, active life of the Lalique woman. A dream-like fragrance, sculpted from materials as luminous as crystal. A soaring fragrance, inspired by the elegant swallow Lalique has chosen as its emblem.
Living Lalique takes off with effusive, crystalline notes of bergamot, sparkling black pepper and cool, sweetly aromatic nutmeg.
In the heart of the fragrance, the majestic iris unveils its splendour. This most precious of ingredients requires a six-year process, from the moment the flower is planted to the extraction of the orris butter, before yielding its silky, powdery facets to perfumers.
To showcase the modernity of this timelessly refined note, Richard Ibanez, who signs Living Lalique, has softened it with a balsamic accord of vanilla and almond-scented tonka bean.
The woody accents of this sumptuous iris, enhanced by the smokiness of vetiver, the creaminess of sandalwood and the voluptuous warmth of Cashmere wood, extend into the base notes in a highly sophisticated sillage.
The noblest and most highly concentrated form of the fragrance, with an even richer measure of orris butter, the Extrait de Parfum is offered in two exceptional presentations: a precious crystal bottle and a very exclusive limited edition of twelve crystal bottles decorated with gold leaf.
In this new offering, iris, the noblest ingredient of the perfumer's palette, suffuses the elegant heart of the scent. Its sparkling, powdery sillage, softened with woody notes, follows the Lalique woman from metropolis to metropolis and from emotion to emotion.
50 mL/ 1.7 fl. oz.
A renowned name during the Art Deco movement, Lalique has continued to create exquisite crystal pieces for modern times. In 1926, Rene Lalique began manufacturing satin-finished vases, bowls, and statuettes. Today, his fine tradition endures with themes ranging from classical forms to ultramodern designs.