LANCÔME | Perfumes Grands Crus

In keeping with the tradition started by Armand Petitjean, who was a great art lover and was fond of collaborating with different professions,  Maison Lancôme is now showcasing the crafts once more, with a collaboration that is as original as it is exceptional.
The rose, Lancôme’s symbolic flower, has inspired two delicious compositions that are full of nuances.
In Parfait de Rôses, the delicate freshness of Rose Centifolia is enhanced with a sweet touch of gourmandise.
Whilst in Rôses Berberanza, Damask Rose uncovers its deep accents in a syrupy composition with hints of the Orient.

They have embellished 50 bottles of Parfait de Rôses, containing an exclusive fragrance, with colored enamels.
There actually are only SIX pieces in the GCC (out of the 50 pieces worldwide) which could be found at Harvey Nichols, Bloomingdales or Tryano.

Maison Lancôme has joined forces to create a limited edition celebrating pure french craftsmanship.

With the artist and mural tattooer duo Alex & Marine to create the precious designs on the gold plates decorating the bottles. They have reinterpreted the Lancôme rose, which is chiselled in the finest detail for Parfait de Rôses and accompanied by grooves and ridges depicting Oud wood for Rôses Berberanza.

With one of the oldest craft glassmakers in France, Atelier Simon Marq, to create an unprecedented piece of art. To celebrate the Lancôme’s iconic Rose, the Atelier has created an exceptionally beautiful bottle featuring two hand-worked, hand-painted, stained glass panels. Each of the 50 bottles is individually numbered. Twelve generations of master glassmakers have passed through this art atelier since 1640, and it is also a member of the prestigious French artisan group Fort Royal. Its most notable achievements include saving the stained glass windows of Rheims Cathedral in 1917 and working with such illustrious contemporary painters as Marc Chagall, Georges Braque and Juan Miró.