In 1927, Jeanne Lanvin asked André Fraysse to create a perfume for her daughter, 30 th birthday. Fraysse was only 27 years, but with the help of Paul Vacher created a fragrance recognized as the second biggest aldehydic perfume, and one of the five most popular in the world: Arpège.
Arpège of Lanvin expresses depth and elegance, want to recall the nights of rain, while candlelight come wrapped in the aromatic smell of flowers wet. All this accepted in black lacquered bottle. The recipe for this fragrance, we are proposing only in the abstract version of perfume, is kept secret, by the heirs of the founder of the famous fashion house.
Bergamot, Orange Blossom, Honeysuckle, Rose, Jasmine, Iris Blossom, Ylang-Ylang, Sandalwood, Patchouli, Vetiver, Vanilla.
PERIOD AFTER OPENING 12 m