March 1, 2012

Parisian chic,
signed Guerlain

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The little black dress "La Petite Robe Noire", the heart and soul of every chic Parisian wardrobe, inspired a first eponymous Guerlain fragrance in 2009. Such was its success that Guerlain Perfumer Thierry Wasser took the original concept further, creating a new, ultra-seductive scent.

Audaciously generous notes of black cherry, patchouli and rose meld with Guerlinade, the mythic signature base of Guerlain perfumes. The elegant bottle borrows the silhouette of its illustrious precursors, Mitsouko and Heure Bleue.

The bottle designed by Serge Manseau features a shadow portrait of the ideal little black dress on a graduated black and powdery pink background. The icon struts about with an impertinent air in the animated ad by the duo Kuntzel+Deygas, backed by Nancy Sinatra’s catchy hit song. La Petite Robe Noire…a fragrance you can’t wait to wear!

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