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 special edition bottles from Guerlain, Carolina Herrera, Lancôme, Sisley and Estee Lauder.
From Guerlain, a collector edition of Shalimar Souffle de Parfum, paying homage to the flora and fauna of the Shalimar Gardens. 50 ml for €99 at Guerlain in France.
Also from Guerlain, a new edition of Habit Rouge Dress Code, done up in red and black camo. 100 ml for €110.
From Carolina Herrera, the Velvet Fatale edition of Good Girl. In 80 ml at El Corte Inglés in Spain. (Note that you can find the shoe in other colors, although not in velvet, in limited distribution in other countries. Colors include white, black and purple.)
Also from Carolina Herrera, the Insignia editions of CH and CH Men, which feature both fancier packaging (based on the Insignia line of handbags and bracelets), and reportedly fancier juice. Directed at the Middle East and available at Dubai Duty Free in 100 ml.
From Sisley, Soir d'Orient Wild Edition: "Sisley has derived a unique edition of its Soir d'Orient Eau de Parfum exclusively for Harrods with an opulent crocodile-effect bottle. Spicy notes of black pepper are complemented by heady sandalwood, with Egyptian geranium injecting a touch of floral intensity rounded off by the warmth of patchouli." At Harrods, £230 for 100 ml Eau de Parfum.
One more solid compact from Estee Lauder (you can see the rest in part 6): the Beautiful Carousel Perfume Compact. "This whimsical solid perfume compact evokes the memories and wonder of childhood. Intricately designed, exquisitely crafted, the limited edition compact is filled with solid perfume to touch onto pulse points." $450 at Neiman Marcus.