Lalique has launched three new additions to the luxury Les Compositions Parfumées collection: Blue Rise, Infinite Shine and Velvet Plum.
Three colours. Three emotions. A fusion of natural and molecular ingredients, expressing three modern olfactory stories.
Blue Rise ~ developed by perfumer Vincent Ricord. "An emerald forest. A blue lagoon. A swirl of white petals, dancing in a transparent aqua pool. A delicate floral scent carried by a tropical breeze... A dream come true. In Blue Rise, the unique fragrance of the tropical water jasmine is reinvented with a blend of natural jasmine sambac absolute and two magic molecules: the fruity, dewy Helional, and the green, tropical Undecavertol. Powdery iris concrete and musky cashmere wood add a precious backdrop to the luxuriant scenery... Dive in! You’re in paradise."
Infinite Shine ~ developed by perfumer Corinne Cachen. "The flamboyant colours of a sunset on desert dunes. The sensuous perfume rituals of the Orient. Channel your inner Scheherazade with Infinite Shine, a flamboyant veil of rose, sandalwood and saffron. Here, the orange spice expressed by safranal, the molecule that produces its warm, leather-tinged scent. A crimson rose fires up its sensuality. Creamy sandalwood tempers its animal facets."
Velvet Plum ~ developed by perfumer Valérie Garnuch-Mentzel. "Is it the real life? Is it just fantasy? With Velvet Plum, slide on your butter-soft suede jacket. Wrap yourself in a fabulous, plum-coloured cashmere shawl – the truly miraculous molecule Cashmeran, as complex as any natural ingredient with its facets of musk and sunwarmed wood. Then step into a purple haze of sweet heliotrope, powdery iris and velvety patchouli, to pick an armful of exotic flowers, hypnotic tuberose and apricot-scented osmanthus… Express your Bohemian soul!"
Lalique Blue Rise, Infinite Shine and Velvet Plum are available in 100 ml Eau de Parfum.
These guys definitely know how to make a bottle! “Blue Rise” doesn’t make much sense for a perfume name, although my first reading of “Blue Rinse” made less sense.
True it does not make sense but I still like it better than “Infinite Shine”, which just sounds like a L’Oreal hair spray or something