Lalique fragrance | René Jules Lalique tried several professions in his life - he was an artist, a jewellery and glass designer, and he did all of them with great enthusiasm. He opened his first jewellery shop in 1890. Inspired by nature, his designs incorporated natural materials like glass, pearls, ivory and precious stones. He also became a popular home equipment designer, making clocks, lamps, indoor fountains, doors and flacons for various perfume houses.

The brand later cooperated with renowned perfumers like Jean-Claude Ellena, Bertrand Duchaufour or Nathalie Lorson on creating its own line of fragrances. Being already famous for its perfume bottle designs, Lalique quickly gained notoriety for its fragrances as well.

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