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Beauty Code: LAV0005
1 product size $22.86This product is a TESTER.
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Lily Of The Valley, Bergamot, Peach, Honey Suckle, Orange Tree Blossom, Green Notes
Geranium, Coriander, Rose, Jasmine, Lily, Ylang - Ylang, Iris, Camellia
Patchouli, Benzoin, Vetiver, Sandalwood, Amber, Musk, Vanilla
French fashion house Lanvin was established at the beginning of the 20th century. Lanvin has become famous thanks to its timelessness, simple design, and elegance. And that's exactly what Arpége pour Femme is like.
At first you can smell tones of fresh bergamot, delicious peach, and tender lily of the valley, later accompanied by a tinge of summer blooms of orange tree, sparkling green tones, and mysterious honeysuckle. Its intoxicating heart combines floral chords of rose, pure lily, playful camelia, magical iris, and exotic ylang-ylang. Its gentle floral heart is spiced up by a pinch of coriander, while its ending is formed by luxury woody tones with romantic vanilla and spicy patchouli added.
The design of its flacon is inspired by clean geometric lines. Its round shapes are emphasized by endless blackness and sumptuous golden details. The image on the flacon shows a mother with her daughter, which is inspired by Lanvin when she was dressing for a ball.
Lanvin Arpége pour Femme emphasizes your personal charm and unique magic. It perfectly complements your evening dress and day outfit.
Lanvin is another old, Parisian fashion house founded in the late 19th century by Marie Jeanne Lanvin.
Lanvin quickly became renowned and famous, which probably reached its peak between 1920 and 1925. At that time Lanvin produced mainly clothing and fashion accessories, but also perfumes, which nowadays belong to most luxurious goods.
Also known as “The scent of France,” the most famous Lanvin collection is undoubtedly Lanvin Arpege, a vanilla-sandalwood base. It is said that this product was probably first used by Marguerite Lanvin.