Julia Roberts in Paris for Lancôme La Vie Est Belle.
Lancôme is working with IFF and Leclef to develop rose plants that require less water, but that's several years away, says Lehmann. In the meantime, the property has two basins that collect water from the hills above and the river below; it uses no water from the town system. Leclef's team has devised a schedule in which they give the roses more water less often, to get hydration deeper into the roots — and ultimately use less water. The main building on the property, used to host visitors and educational sessions, is insulated with the lavender straw that grows a few meters away and doesn't have air-conditioning.
— Dealing with climate change at Lancôme's Le Domaine de la Rose in Grasse. Read more in How Fragrance's Most Famous Rose Fields Are Dealing With Climate Change at Allure (and see also videos about the property here).
Lancôme has launched Mille et Une Roses Le Domaine de la Rose, a new fragrance in the Maison Lancôme collection. Mille et Une Roses was originally released in 1999 and was first relaunched in 2006 as part of the La Collection Lancôme series; the new version is billed as the brand’s first natural fragrance…