Flacons A Parfum by Mediterranean Interiors

Jacques Edouard Guerlain (French pronunciation: [ʒak ɡɛʁlɛ̃]; 7 October 1874 – 2 May 1963) was a French perfumer, the third and most famous of the Guerlain family. One of the most prolific and influential perfumers of the 20th century, over eighty of Guerlain's perfumes remain known, though certain estimates suggest he composed some four hundred. Among his greatest fragrances are L’Heure Bleue (1912), Mitsouko (1919) and Shalimar (1925). Though his work earned him universal renown, a considerable fortune and honours such as that of Chevalier of the Legion of Honour, Guerlain avoided public attention, never once granting an interview. As a result, relatively little is known of his creative process or personal life. Many of his major works are archived in their original form at the Osmothèque, donated by Thierry Wasser on behalf of Guerlain in 2014.

Article Title : Jacques Guerlain
Article Snippet :Monniot. Guerlain: Les Flacons À Parfum Depuis 1828. Toulouse: Éditions Milan, 1997. Print. Feydeau, Élisabeth de. Les Parfums: Histoire, Anthologie,
Article Title : Perfume
Article Snippet :Perfume (UK: /ˈpɜːfjuːm/, US: /pərˈfjuːm/; French: parfum) is a mixture of fragrant essential oils or aroma compounds (fragrances), fixatives and solvents
Article Title : Chanel No. 5
Article Snippet :Chanel.: 199  A limited-edition, crimson red crystal glass bottle in the three editions of Chanel No. 5, namely Eau de Parfum, Parfum, and L'Eau, was
Article Title : Maison Maquet
Article Snippet :December 1907. Lefkowith, Christie Mayer. L'Art du parfum : Découverte et collection des flacons de parfum. Paris: Celiv. p. 199. "Un Lalique au Ministère
Article Title : Tom Ford (brand)
Article Snippet :parfum, while the 10 mL bottle sold for €64 and the 100 mL bottle for £325. The perfume is stored "in a matte, opaque, pink [flacon] bottle [with] a matte
Article Title : Officine Universelle Buly
Article Snippet :29 April 2021. "Un jour un objet fait en France (5/10, saison 2) : les flacons Buly". Le Monde.fr (in French). 29 January 2021. Retrieved 29 April 2021
Article Title : Jeanne Lanvin
Article Snippet :1946) was a French haute couture fashion designer. She founded the Lanvin fashion house and the beauty and perfume company Lanvin Parfums. Jeanne Lanvin
Article Title : Guerlain
Article Snippet :greatest composition was 1889's Jicky, the first fragrance described as a "parfum" rather than an eau de cologne, and among the first to use synthetic ingredients
Article Title : Jean Patou
Article Snippet :"Amour-Amour", "Que sais-je?" and "Adieu Sagesse". "Ma Collection" was sold in flacons modelled after the originals by Louis Süe. Kerleo stepped down in 1999
Article Title : Coco Chanel
Article Snippet :control of Parfums Chanel in May 1940 to Félix Amiot, a Christian French businessman and industrialist. At war's end, Amiot returned Parfums Chanel to

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