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Cherry Blossom 2021 Millésime By Lucie Touré
An exceptional springtime finery
In 1999, Jean-Paul Guerlain composed Cherry Blossom, an homage to the blossoming trees known as “sakuras” in Japanese.
The House of Guerlain presents the 2021 Millésime in a limited and numbered edition which celebrates the rebirth of nature by gracing the iconic Bee Bottle with flowers: a floral adornment poetically drapes the neck of the bottle – like cherry blossoms in bloom. This ornament was created by Lucie Touré, a French designer who embellishes paper using adornment techniques.
To take the fragrance with you in all circumstances, the bottle comes with a spray bottle that echoes the spirit of the Bee Bottle.
A limited and numbered edition (2466 pieces available worldwide).
125ml Bee Bottle & 30ml Spray
Top notes: bergamot, green tea note
Heart notes: lilac, cherry blossom note, jasmine
Base notes: white musks
Reinvented by the Perfumer’s art, since the cherry blossom does not yield its essence, the sakura unfurls tender facets of almond, cherry, and powdery lilac.
An airy jasmine highlights the harmony of this floral springtime bouquet, creating a trail as radiant as an April morning in Japan.
This year, Lucie Touré, French paper and textile designer, is gracing the iconic Bee Bottle with flowers. Lucie Touré sublimates the paper by combining it with textile finishing and adornment techniques to create unique, singular and precious pieces.
Delicate paper flowers in full bloom, made in shades of pink and white, are enhanced with gold sparkles and glass and crystal beads, bringing the final touch to this masterpiece of meticulous and refined craftsmanship.
The Dames de Table of the Guerlain Ateliers adorn the bottle with this precious finery, crowning the piece with a thin gold thread around the neck of the bottle and a label at its heart.