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Beauty Code: LAV0472
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Rose, Tuberose, Licorice
The unique feminine fragrance Lanvin Me was created as a gift which a woman gives to herself. This unconventional and slightly naughty perfume stands on the very dividing line between fashion narcissism and self-confidence. The Me fragrance refuses everything that stands in the way of fantasy and imagination. The woman wearing the fragrance thinks about herself, pays attention to who she is, what she wears and does not try to conform to the others.
The enchanting beginning of Lanvin Me is formed by sweet notes of juicy blueberry and sparkling, playful mandarin. The heart of the fragrance is pervaded by essences of captivating tuberose, seductive licorice and sensual and desirable rose. The dry down of the fragrance consists of mysterious warm accords of sandalwood. This extraordinary women's perfume by Lanvin is suitable to wear all day.
Lanvin Me is a determined, original and sensual women's fragrance free of false modesty. It embodies the Lanvin woman, who is spontaneous and knows what she wants, yet remains sophisticated and feminine. The impressive box of the fragrance is decorated with a golden string, evoking a gift. There is a golden chain with a blue stone symbolizing the world of fashion around the neck of the flacon.
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.