L’Heure Bleue diffuses its atmosphere at the very moment when the sun disappears beneath the horizon and the sky is painted with night’s velvet.
Jacques Guerlain celebrates this fleeting moment with an armful of suave and delicate flowers enveloped in a breath of powder taking wing toward oriental notes. His fragrance, L'Heure Bleue, is an exquisite ode to the enjoyment of life and romanticism. It superbly expresses the moment when "the night has not yet found its star".
Designed by Georges Chevalier, its bottle is underscored with graceful scrolls typical of Art Nouveau. Its avant-garde stopper, in the form of a hollowed heart, evokes the delicate romanticism of this perfumery masterpiece and represented a real technical feat at the time.
Endearing, unsettling, captivating.
The top notes of the fragrance intoxicate you with the audacity of an aniseed note and the freshness of bergamot. The heart's carnation and neroli accord express delicate sensuality. The powdery, oriental dry-down troubles us with its powdery notes of iris and violet and its gourmand notes of vanilla, benzoin and tonka bean.
Highly prized by its Parisian customers, L'Heure Bleue is both delicate and sensual. Worn by famous artists, era after era, its trail is absolutely unforgettable