Lalique relaunch 20th anniversary eponymous first fragrance
To celebrate 20 years since the creation of their first fragrance, Lalique
have re-released Lalique de Lalique in two new bottles. The crystal specialists were already long reknowned for their crystal fragrance bottles for a number of brands when René Lalique's granddaughter, Marie-Claude, launched the first in-house fragrance in 1992.
This year the original "chèvrefeuille" bottle has been redeisgned as a 40ml crystal flacon for a parfum concentration of the fragrance. Hand decorated with 24 karat gold before the firing process, the bottle features honeysuckle leaves and a metal plaque on the stopper, displaying the limited edition number - 350 have been made. A 3.9kg, 600ml parfum bottle is also being released in a limited edition of 50 flacons. All 400 flacons will be hung with a jasmine flower pendant on a chain, set with an amber coloured crystal.
100ml glass bottles of eau de parfum and eau de toilette will also be released, also featuring a jasmine flower pendant hanging on a chain around the neck of the bottle. All of the edp/edt bottles feature the chain, although one in twenty bottles features a chain with an amber crystal.