In L’Air du Temps, Robert Ricci said : “It is a perfume we can't get tired of” Indeed, this major feminine perfume, conceived in 1948, never stopped inspiring many fragrances and keeps its transmission going from mother to daughter.
Targeting the collectors, the fashion and perfume brand designed a limited edition with the collaboration of Maison Lemarié and the nose Candice Backer the design of the two new fragrances.
L'Aube, with a white veil, discretly deploys the delicate exhalations of a duo of spicy Marigold and rose, toped with powdered and iridescent notes, and is ornamented with the white-feathered dove.
Le Crépuscule was inspired by the intoxicating smell of the Marvel of Peru mixed with vanilla and ylang-ylang layed on a bed of humid green notes. The dove then puts on a midnight blue plumage. If Le Zénith, in its huge format, is a unique piece containing the original version of L'Air du Temps, L'Aube et Le Crépuscule are limited to 300 pieces each. 300 euros.
La Collection Lumière, NINA RICCI, exclusively available at Galeries Lafayette from 1st November.
By Laurence Hovart