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 Guerlain, Estee Lauder and 4711; and a new format for Elizabeth and James Nirvana.
From Guerlain's limited edition holiday collection for 2014, Coque d'Or Spray Powder: "For the first time since its creation, Guerlain has reproduced Coque d’Or's original bottle and reinterpreted it in gold-tone-lacquered glass. With a mere press of the bulb, the twirling, airy powder enfolds the hair and décolleté in a delicate sparkling veil. Subtly scented with Coque d’Or's legendary chypre notes, recomposed in an exclusive variation." $95 at Bloomingdales.
From Estee Lauder, "You're sure to draw attention wearing this glamorous, golden cocktail ring. Perfect for fragrance touch-ups, open the ring to find Beautiful in long-lasting solid perfume. Comes with golden chain to wear as a bracelet. Elegantly boxed, with a velvety pouch." $49 at Lord & Taylor.
Also from Estee Lauder, "Add a touch of luxury to your evening with this charming bow pendant. The red and golden bow can adorn your boudoir or be worn around your neck so you can carry your favorite fragrance wherever you go. The limited edition compact opens to reveal Estée Lauder Pleasures in long-lasting solid perfume." $59, also at Lord & Taylor.
From 4711, artist editions of the brand's classic cologne, designed by Koralie and SupaKitch. The 800 ml bottles are hand-signed and numbered; 471+1 were made. Available at the 4711 Flagship Store and the 4711 Duty Free Shop-in-Shop at Cologne Bonn Airport. (via 4711)
From Elizabeth and James, Nirvana Black and Nirvana White in a new Perfume Oil format, $35 each at Sephora.