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 editions from Lalique, Annick Goutal and Diptyque; plus a new Parfum concentration of Tory Burch.
From Lalique, the 2016 limited edition anemone crystal flacon of Lalique de Lalique. $1800 for 100 ml, signed and numbered, at Lalique. (See also: Lalique de Lalique 2012, Lalique de Lalique 20th anniversary 2012, Lalique de Lalique 2013, Lalique de Lalique 2014, Lalique de Lalique 2015)
From Annick Goutal, Holiday 2015 versions of Eau d'Hadrien (left) and Nuit Étoilée (right). $182 each for 100 ml at Saks Fifth Avenue. There is also a blue and gold bottle of Petite Chérie, and I believe there is also a masculine (square) version of the Eau d'Hadrien in this collection.
From Diptyque, a limited edition of Do Son: "A unique bottle which interplays between light and transparency, revealing a new interpretation of the Do Son illustration. Like a Vietnamese pagoda on the edge of the Gulf of Tonkin with tuberoses embraced by the fresh sweetness of a sea breeze." $165 for 75 ml at Bigelow Chemists. (There is also a version of Philosykos in this collection.)
From Tory Burch, her signature fragrance in Extrait: "The perfume is the most concentrated form of the first Tory Burch fragrance. The scent captures classic elements in unexpected ways. Feminine and tomboy. Easy and polished. Floral peony and tuberose blend with crisp citrus notes of grapefruit and neroli—anchored by earthy vetiver. The long-lasting, intense concentration magnifies the statement notes, making them richer and more complex." $325 for 15 ml at Bloomingdales.