The line-up features perfumes and home fragrances, which pay homage to the brand’s founder and the Lalique family
Lalique’s new Plume Blanche fragrance
Luxury beauty and home brand Lalique is preparing for a busy September with the launch of six new fragrances (from £190).
Among the new launches are perfumes and home fragrance products, which will be available at Lalique boutiques.
Joining its Noir Premier collection is Lalique’s new Plume Blanche perfume and candle scent, boasting a blend of jasmine, almond-tree leaves and white musks.
The bottle also pays homage to founder Rene Lalique’s motif, the peacock.
Lalique’s Imperial Green and Glorious Indigo edps are also set to join its portfolio.
The scents are said to celebrate the fusion of natural and molecular ingredients, and are housed in art deco bottles inspired by Lalique’s Duncan collection from 1931.
Completing the fragrance line-up are two collector’s edition bottles, housing the brand’s hero Lalique de Lalique scent.
Pivione is Lalique’s 2021 collector’s item and gives a nod to the peony flower.
Meanwhile, Flacon Hirondelles, commemorates the 100th anniversary of the Lalique former family home, Villa Rene Lalique, in the Alsace region of France.
The bottle has been created in sapphire blue crystal and is limited to 100 pieces.
Completing the range is Lalique’s Epines Candle with Platine Decoration.
The design features brambles, raspberries and blackberries with a deep red wax colour, while the scent is said to evoke gardens and handfuls of berries picked straight from the hedgerows.