Lanvin Éclat d'ArpègeEau de Parfum for Women

Lanvin Éclat d'Arpège Eau de Parfum for Women
Lanvin Éclat d'Arpège Eau de Parfum for Women
100 ml

Code: LAV0008 | In stock
onsdag 29.1.2020
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tirsdag 28.1.2020
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Fragrance description Lanvin Éclat d'Arpège

Lanvin Eclat D’Arpege is an enchanting fragrance designed specially for women. The beautiful design of its flacon says a lot about the fragrance - intoxicating, sweet, and cheerful. Be just like that thanks to Eclat D’Arpege. It consists of truly magic essences of lilac with peach blooms in combination with fresh fragrances of green tea and red peonies. This is a true joy of life. Let it enchant you with light floral tones of spring. This is Lanvin Eclat D’Arpege, designed for exceptional women.

Enter the garden of intoxicating fragrances. Fall in love with joy of simple being and enjoy the moments of happiness thanks to your own purity and beauty. This French perfume by Lanvin has been famous and very popular all around the world since 1924. Try the feeling of happiness and beauty with amazing Lanvin Eclat D’Arpege.


Top notes
Lemon, Lilac
Middle notes
Osmanthus, Peony, Peach, Tea, Wisteria
Base notes
Cedar, Amber, Musk
Fragrance category
floral, green

About the brand Lanvin

Lanvin fragrance | Lanvin is one of the oldest and most esteemed Parisian fashion houses. The brand was created at the beginning of the 20th Century by a French woman called Jeanne Marie Lanvin whose fashion designs for her daughter Marguerite caught the eye of several wealthy people of high society. Soon she opened her first boutique and her brand became very very well-known, its popularity culminating between the years 1920 and 1925. Back then, Lanvin designs included clothing and accessories as well as fragrances that are still famous today. Lanvin Arpege, undoubtedly the most prominent of their lines, is a vanilla and santal based scent, to this day one of the most popular on the market. It is said that even this perfume was first tested - and eventually named - by Marguerite Lanvin.

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