Thierry Wasser, Guerlain perfumer, sheds a new light on the iconic L’Heure Bleue fragrance composed by Jacques Guerlain in 1912. Under his direction, the sweet and elegant scent is illuminated with new radiance, steeped in freshness and modernity. This contemporary olfactory interpretation immerses us in the magic and mystery of a tour of Paris by night. Between dream and reality, twilight becomes bewitching and alluring. This is L'Heure de Nuit.
The fragrance is showcased in the iconic Bee bottle, which exceptionally takes on an oh-so-chic 125 ml format.
2012 re-edition.


Musky Floral.
Alluring, delicate, luminous.
Top notes: bergamot, anise, peach.
Heart notes: orange blossom, jasmine, rose.
Base notes: vanilla, iris, heliotrope, white musks.

Perfumer secrets

With L’Heure de Nuit, Thierry Wasser pays homage to L'Heure Bleue, the fragrance inspired by Impressionism. 100 years later, he offers a “watercolour” version, a subtle balance between refinement and personality.
L’Heure de Nuit was first created as “L’Heure Bleue 2012 – Le Zénith,” featured in the exceptional numbered piece “L’Heure Bleue 1912-2012.”