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. Today's post includes collector items from Clive Christian, Hermès and Viktor & Rolf; plus a new travel size from CB I Hate Perfume.
From Clive Christian, No. 1 in the Passant Guardant edition: "Clive took the house’s signature crystal bottle and draped it in fine, handcrafted, 24 carat gold lattice-work. Embedded in the lattice-work are more than 2000 individually set flawless white diamonds. Set in the eyes of the lion standing “passant guardant” over the Crown are two yellow diamonds, whilst a rare pink diamond marks out the lion’s tongue. The piece is a sensually opulent homage to the fragrance within – 30ml of No1 The World’s Most Expensive Perfume. It is a single bottle which will be available exclusively in the Salon de Parfums, Harrods, for £143,000." (via perfume.clive.gsd.net, hat tip to David!)
From Viktor and Rolf, two editions for Holiday 2014. At left, Spicebomb in the Copper edition: "Experience your favorite explosive and addictive fragrance Spicebomb, now presented in a seductive metallic copper bottle with the power to transform you into an intense and daring man." $115. At right, Flowerbomb in the Flower Snowflake edition: "A shiny metallic flower snowflake delicately enhances the bottle for a precious and sparkling holiday." $125. Both at Bloomingdales.
From Hermès, a collector edition of Ambre des Merveilles (see also the similar collector edition of Eau des Merveilles). $153 for 100 ml Eau de Parfum, also at Bloomingdales.
From CB I Hate Perfume, a new 30 ml travel size in the Water Perfumes. Prices vary by scent (Black March is $60; Russian Caravan Tea is $55), due to launch in a couple weeks.