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    Default Lanvin with red, blue and gold Labels... What do they mean?

    I now have vintage Lanvin "Eau My Sin" with red label and also gold label, and "Eau Arpege" with blue label and gold label.

    I see the bottles with gold label all the time, but what is the significance (if any) of the blue and red labels?

    Any info, or even guesses, might be helpful... Thanks!

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    Default Re: Lanvin with red, blue and gold Labels... What do they mean?

    I own practically all vintage Lanvin extraits and my guess is that the very old bottles (pre-1960/70 or so??) had a label color (the letters on the silver label to be more precise) assigned to the individual fragrance (Scandal was red e.g.). Later they appear to be uniformly black on golden labels (I also have a "newer" Scandal in black).
    As you said, this is only my guess as a non-expert since I have no interest in the bottle.
    Last edited by Larimar; 4th October 2010 at 05:14 PM.

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    Default Re: Lanvin with red, blue and gold Labels... What do they mean?

    I think that's a pretty plausible guess. Thanks!

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