More limited edition collector fragrance bottles, with the usual disclaimers: in most of these cases, the juice is unchanged, just the bottle is “special” (or not, as the case may be), and some of these may not be available in the US.
From Lalique for the 20th anniversary of the perfume house, the 1992 Lalique de Lalique fragrance in a limited edition reissue of their crystal Chèvrefeuille bottle (shown at left). In 40 ml (350 bottles made) or 600 ml (50 bottles made) Extrait de Parfum. Also available in a less expensive variation with a jasmine bud necklace (shown at right), in 100 ml Eau de Parfum or 100 ml Eau de Toilette. (via edle-essenzen.de, yourbeautyassistant, luxe-magazine)
From Caron (with my apologies for the very late news), the 2011 limited edition of Narcisse Noir: "To celebrate its 100th anniversary, Caron brings us a repeat limited edition of Narcisse Noir, as it was originally packaged and presented in 1911." $920 for 30 ml in a signed numbered bottle at Luckyscent.
From Fendi, the Fan di Fendi Eau de Toilette in the "It Color" version, done up in "iconic Fendi yellow". $67 for 50 ml at Saks Fifth Avenue.
From Cinq Mondes, Eau Egyptienne in a limited edition 100 ml bottle. (via beaute-addict)
From Bond no. 9, the I Love New York for Her fragrance in a limited edition " with a detachable silver heart charm on a chain." $255 at Saks Fifth Avenue, also available in the I Love New York for Him fragrance.
Bottles so pretty! I’m afraid that my Capital One statement just told me that I’ll have to admire them from afar.
Capital One is mean that way, LOL…
Oh, the Narcisse Noir! *grabby hands* Grrr Caron!
Yeah, I want that one too. Preferably w/ vintage juice, though.
Zackly what I was thinking.
From the sublime (Lalique) to the ridiculous (the Bond).
600 ml….my beautiful daughter, this perfume is from my mother’s mother’s mother’s mother, and the remaining 456 ml is all yours (from a conversation in 2134)
I LOVE the Narcisse Noire limited edition. It’s rare I find myself excited about a LE – less in love with the price, and though I can picture this on my nightstand, I’ll have to pass…
Those Lalique bottles are gorgeous. Shame I find the juice nauseating.
Yes, Lal bottles are really beauties! 600 bux for the Caron? Oh wait, 920, sorry. Lol What in the world, that is so pricey!
Thank you, Robin! I now feel completely absolved of any guilt over what I paid for vintage Narcisse Noir a couple years ago – a huge bargain compared to this new LE!
(and I’m sure you got the better juice)