The luxury perfume and cosmetics brand Guerlain teams with an American street artist JonOne to create a one-off collection of iconic fragrances Shalimar, La Petite Robe Noire and Rose Barbare
Guerlain launches a limited edition perfume bottles created in collaboration with an American graffiti artist JonOne. The iconic fragrances of French luxury house, Shalimar, La Petite Robe Noise and Rose Barbare were relocated into one-liter perfume bottles, reinterpreted by JonOne.
Guerlain’s classic crystal bottles, design of which has remained unchanged since 1853, were entrusted to JonOne to let him to express himself freely with his “colored language.” An American graffiti artist, who built his name in the 1980s during a time in which graffiti art was starting to take off, JonOne has displayed his works in a wide range of solo and group exhibitions around the world from Tokyo, Monaco, Paris, Geneva, New York, Hong Kong, Brussels, and Moscow.
The abstract graffiti expressionist puts his colorful, dynamic and abstract painting style in the iconic Guerlain bee-patterned bottle, designed by Pierre-François-Pascal Guerlain in 1853 as part of a special order for the marriage of Eugénie de Montijo and Napoleon III. Blue Shalimar, pink La Petite Robe Noire and orange Rose Barbare, Eau de Parfum were created at the JonOne workshop in Paris. Reinterpreted and signed by the artist, the unique bottles preserve Guerlain’s signature satin ribbon which sits on the neck.
Guerlain’s Limited Edition Perfume Bottles By JonOne will go on sale on January 4. The production will be limited to only 34 bottles of Shalimar fragrance and 32 bottles of both La Petite Robe Noire and Rose Barbare. Each bottle will cost almost $10000.
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