The oriental fragrance enhances exceptional raw materials: French lavender, Sambac Jasmine, Sandalwood and Vanilla. It expresses the quintessence of a history replete with experiences, nourished by success, expertise and generosity, all infused with the same passion since 1828.

The “quadrilobe” bottle, created in 1908, established itself as one of Guerlain’s iconic bottles. Simple and graphic, it echoes an alchemist’s bottle and owes its name “quadrilobe” to its stopper, which is formed from one piece to obtain a shape resembling four lobes. One century later, beautifully enhanced by a luxurious glass weight and a golden adornment, this bottle offers a contrast between strong taut lines and sensual curves, expressing contemporary femininity.

My invisible tattoo, my signature, my perfume, Mon Guerlain.

Film

"Notes of a woman"

Mon Guerlain - Notes of a woman

Fragrance

Oriental. Audacious. Radiant. Sensual.

Mon Guerlain - Carla Lavender

French Lavender, an exceptional variety grown in Provence, shakes up the sensual and enveloping vanilla Tahitensis by infusing it with its audacity and freshness. Sambac jasmine, gathered at sunrise, gives this composition all of its finesse. Sandalwood expresses strength and preserves the mystery of eternal femininity.

Ingredients

Lavender, Sambac Jasmine, Sandalwood, Vanilla

Perfumer secrets

For five generations, the Guerlain perfumer has explored the planet in search of precious raw materials. Behind these productions there are wonderful people who grow, pick, extract and distil. All of the shared and experienced emotions – from the field to the laboratory – become the notes of Mon Guerlain, a concentration of real human relationships and authentic know-how.