ARPÈGE edp 100 ml


The main accords of Lanvin Arpege EDP 100 ml are white floral, woody, aldehydic, floral and powdery.

Lanvin's feminine perfume was created by Andre Fraysse and Paul Vacher. It is a relaunched scent from 1993 and 2009, which was originally released in 1927.

In 2009, Lanvin released 'Lanvin 120' to celebrate the 120th birthday of the outstanding scent. Comparing to the initial fragrance the new edition is more delicate and floral. (Also to the first relaunched edition of Arpege in 1993.)

Top notes are orange bloom (neroli), bergamot, peach, honeysuckle, aldehyde and lily of the valley, followed by heart notes of ylang-ylang, rose, jasmine, coriander, iris, geranium, camellia, lily and lily of the valley. Base notes are patchouli, sandalwood, vanilla, amber, vetiver, benzoin and musk.

Perfumer Andre Fraysse named the signature scent after the music term 'arpeggio'. As the name conveys, the perfume shows its accords quickly one after the other - instead of together.

Alber Elbaz designed the elegant flacon of Arpege 120. The main theme is the infinite love between mother and daughter, which was inspired by Jean Lanvin and Margaret, the perfumer's wife and daughter. Therefore the elegant black flacon with golden details conveys their resembling shapes - elegantly dressed for a ball.

This EDP by Lanvin is available in a flask of 100 ml.
There are also similar scents from the Arpege line available: Eclat D'Arpege EDP (for women) and Eclat D'Arpege pour Homme EDT (for men)

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