René Lalique's œuvre is lush with flora. Stylized, idealized, reinvented flowers, such as the splendid "Lys Noir" motif adorning a bottle designed by the artist in 1924, base on the lotus blossoms of Egyptian frescoes...
This Lys motif, so abstract it can hint at other flowers, has yielded the inspiration for Lalique's newest feminine fragrance: Azalée. A scent as radiant as a sunny garden, named after a flower that symbolizes the joy of love.
Azalée is a fruity floral chypre developed by perfumers Michel Almairac and Mylène Alran. The notes include bergamot, peach, freesia, rose, gardenia, jasmine, patchouli, sandalwood and amber.
Lalique Azalée will be available in 50 and 100 ml Eau de Parfum.
(via press release)