Guerlain's exclusive line called Les Parisiennes is dedicated to revivals of earlier one-off Jean-Paul Guerlain creations, but it had to wait four years to receive Nuit d'Amour, a 2006 limited Parfum, back then presented in a quadrilobe bottle that featured a Belle Époque collar of jet glass beads with a cameo medallion. It was also distributed as a less costly Eau de Parfum, and it is this version that is now available again, this time in the small bee bottle. Nuit d'Amour never obtained wide acclaim, but Les Parisiennes have recently lost Attrape Cœur and Philtre d'Amour due do IFRA restrictions, and Nuit d'Amour enters by way of consolation. The fragrance, a rosy plush oriental with fruity overtones, was inspired by the Gustav Klimt portrait Lady with Hat and Feather Boa of a 1909 society redhead wrapped in fur costume and eroticism, and the notes include lichee, pink peppercorn, may rose, violet, iris, sandalwood, and musk. 125 ml including bulb atomizer 180 €. More Guerlain news...
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