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Lalique

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From his birth in 1880 to his death in 1945, Rene Lalique single-handedly redefined glass making and modern jewellery. In 1908, a chance meeting with the perfumer Francois Coty began a creative partnership which paired the beauty of fine fragrance with exquisite glass perfume bottles for which Lalique is famed. By the 1920's and 30's, Lalique was creating perfume bottles for all the great houses - Roger & Gallet, Houbigant, Molyneux, d'Orsay, Molinard, Worth, amongst others. Inspired by its solid roots anchored in the world of fragrances due to its famour partnerships with the great perfumers, Lalique created its first in-house fragrance, Lalique de Lalique in 1992.


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Hommage a l'Homme

Hommage a l'Homme Eau de Toilette 100ml Lalique’s new fragrance for men explores the romance and adventure of luxury travel - the emotions it arouses; the wonderful discoveries made en route; the timeless glamour of the Orient Express within which of course glass designed by Rene Lalique is found in abundance.

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Lalique White

Lalique White Eau de Toilette 75ml "Light symbolises knowledge and illumination. Light is a source of energy and heat. From heat, expertise in crystal is born. Radiance, transparency and sparkle: Lalique is the Sculptor of Light. White emerges from a blend of every colour."

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Encre Noire pour Homme

Encre Noire pour Homme Eau de Toilette 50ml Inspired by a 1913 glassware inkwell designed by Rene Lalique entitled "Encrier Biches", Encre Nior is a strong and elegant masculine fragrance.

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Lalique pour Homme Lion

Lalique pour Homme Lion Eau de Toilette 125ml A breed apart. Launched in 1997, this original and legitimate creation revives something of the artistic genius of Rene Lalique, the Car Mascots created during the "roaring twenties".

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Christine Nagel


"The idea was to handle the spices in a way that was both warm and fresh. We thus revisited the great classic spicy fragrance. To bring it up to date, I chose to work with a very pared-down formula with few raw materials to highlight the depth and fire of spices..."

Christine Nagel, Parfumeur, on Lalique White