Arpege Lanvin is a floral bouquet composed of jasmine, rose, ylang-ylang, tuberose and lily of the valley, the heart is warmed by spices such as cloves and coriander, while the base is woody and vanilla. For the first time, a significant amount of sandalwood is used in a perfume for women.
The stylized image of Jeanne Lanvin and her daughter Marie-Blanche as a child can be found on the rounded bottle symbolizing femininity.
Trivia: Created way back in 1927, a magical story behind this successful fragrance. Jeanne Lanvin wanted a unique gift to celebrate the thirtieth birthday of her daughter Marie-Blanche: a perfume. She asked André Fraysse to create a magnificent floral bouquet. He himself chose the most sought-after essences so that her gift was eternal. Her daughter Marie-Blanche was a talented musician, which is why the name of the perfume is Arpège, or "arpeggio". In 1990 the perfume will be reformulated and updated always respecting its quality and uniqueness. Arpège still remains today one of the most beloved feminine perfumes of all time.
|Bergamotto, Neroli, Pesca|
|Gelsomino, Rosa, Ylang-ylang|
|Sandalo, Vaniglia, Tuberosa, Vetiver|
Directions for use: Spray the perfume by placing the bottle at least 12-18 cm away from the chest or body. Point the nozzle at the point where you will vaporize it. If your skin gets wet when you spray the perfume, the bottle is; too close. For a more decisive fragrance, apply the perfume on the pulse points: neck, nape, wrist, forearm and behind the ears. Vaporizes in the void and crosses the perfume cloud for a more delicate result.