Guerlain has launched Fall Flowers, a new floral fragrance in a limited edition collector bottle from the Arita Porcelain Lab in Japan. Fall Flowers follows last year's collaboration with Arita, which featured a porcelain bottle of Guerlain Mitsouko.
Guerlain and Japanese porcelain producer Arita Porcelain Lab have merged their know-how to put a new spin on the 'inverted heart' bottle.
In this special edition inspired by the world of flower markets and named 'Hana Matsuri' which means 'flower festival' in Japanese, the bottle is transformed into porcelain using Arita Porcelain Lab’s unique time-honoured know-how, first mastered in 1804. Renowned for its pure, radiant white, Arita Izumiyama's porcelain has been adorned with a delicate, hand-drawn floral design by the Arita artisans. The rose-shaped cap with gold-accented petals completes the floral theme in a sophisticated finishing touch to this exceptional piece.
Guerlain Perfumers Thierry Wasser and Delphine Jelk have created a large bouquet of freshly picked flowers still wet with dew. An explosion of rose, ylang-ylang, jasmine and orange blossom lifts the spirit and awakens the senses. The white musk base notes give the fragrance a tender, enveloping quality. Escape for a moment to the heart of a flower market.
Guerlain Fall Flowers is available in 100 ml Eau de Parfum; the price is reportedly €650.