Guerlain is collaborating with Maison Matisse – a design house that celebrates the heritage of the artist Henri Matisse – on an exceptional piece and precious limited-edition series inspired by Matisse’s palette. The Maison Matisse edition of the Bee Bottle is a precious numbered limited-edition design. The second is the L’Art & La Matière collection, a captivating fragrance laboratory where Guerlain perfumers find creative inspiration in the emotions sparked by works of art. Thanks to their talent and expertise, exceptional materials are revealed in new ways when the perfumers compose fragrances that transcend the olfactory signatures as perfume becomes art.
The Maison Matisse edition of the Bee Bottle is adorned with emblematic motifs inspired by La Musique, a painting done by Matisse in 1939. Just fourteen unique hand-painted signed and numbered bottles contain the Couleur Bonheur extrait de parfum, a fragrance whose olfactory notes include a fruity chypre composition vibrant with color.
Jasmin Bonheur reveals a vibrantly colorful jasmine, the radiant orange apricot notes, the vibrant purple of iris and soft rose pink, in a limited-edition work of art that evokes Henri Matisse’s brilliant palette. Inspired by the painter’s masterpiece Les Mille et Une Nuits, the Jasmin Bonheur Maison Matisse is transformed by a decorative plate atop the cap and the colorful adornment of the case. Hearts, jasmine flowers and leaves are represented in a colorful palette of fuchsia pink, lemon yellow, sunny orange, emerald green, Mediterranean blue and joyful red. Just 1,000 pieces of the limited edition gragrance are available worldwide. The collection also includes the Figue Azure scented candle, evoking a stroll in the shade of Mediterranean fig trees, in a limited edition of 500 pieces worldwide.
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