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This set contains the Shalimar ritual: a 50-ml Eau de Parfum, Sensational Body Lotion and Satin Shower Gel.
To celebrate Christmas, Guerlain is partnering with the Maison Preciously Paris and its artistic director Carole Tessier, renowned for their hand-embroidered clutches entirely made in France. Showcasing a deep passion for French craftsmanship and haute couture know-how, they bring an exquisite touch to the 2019 Christmas gift sets with a luxurious and graphic interpretation of the Guerlain style.
Shalimar Eau de Parfum is an iconic fragrance with bergamot, iris and vanilla accents, an intense sillage with a smouldering and slightly impertinent character that embodies skin-caressing sensuality. Inspired by the passionate love story between an emperor and an Indian princess, Shalimar, which means “temple of love” in Sanskrit, symbolises the promise of eternal love forevermore. Its bottle’s curves were inspired by the basins of the famous Shalimar gardens. The fan stopper with its sapphire transparency recalls the gardens’ endlessly flowing water.
Sensational Body Lotion used with Satin Shower Gel leaves skin soft and subtly scented.
Oriental. Voluptuous, sensual, spellbinding.
A flight of flowers and bergamot whips up the top notes with a breeze of freshness. The heart is warmed by enveloping and delicately powdery notes of iris, jasmine and rose. To conclude, the presence of vanilla, rounded balmy notes and the gourmand warmth of tonka bean orchestrate a sensual symphony for the dry-down.
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Jacques Guerlain daringly used a completely new gourmand molecule, ethylvanillin, blended with the Jicky accord. Swept away by this deliciously carnal creation, which he worked on night and day, he knew that he was paving the way for a "small revolution": the first pure oriental fragrance.