L'Heure Bleue By Guerlain
Guerlain L'Heure Bleue is one of Guerlain's most famous
and coveted perfumes.
Created in 1912 Guerlain L'Heure Bleue is a rich floral
oriental scent that is dark and moving. Guerlain L'Heure
Bleue perfume was created one summer evening, by Guerlain's
then master perfumer Jacques Guerlain. It was inspired
by the feeling of intense turmoil that he experienced
one summer night in Paris, staring at the sky.
L'Heure Bleue perfume is the olfactory representation
of this suspended hour, when the sky has lost its sun
but not yet found its stars and everything in nature
was clothed in a passionate and piercing dark blue light;
a romantic atmosphere that seemed to be hanging onto
a dream by a thread.
To represent this passionate emotion Jacques Guerlain
created a delicate, powdery floral oriental perfume.
Guerlain L'Heure Bleue perfume begins with a seductive
and lingering neroli top note, over a fresh, elegant
and exquistie collection of violet, jasmine, rose, orange
blossom, tuberose and carnation and rich melancholic
iris at its heart and a fragrant, tranquil and serene
base of vanilla and musk. Guerlain L'Heure Bleue perfume
is intimate, emotional, and utterly refined, like a
beautiful armful of sweet, delicate flowers enveloped
in a powdery, seductive cloak.
For this seductive and beautiful scent Jacques Guerlain
wanted an equally beautiful and sensuous bottle. Designed
by Raymond Guerlain, the L'Heure Bleue bottle has a
distinctive shape. The curved shoulders on the bottle
reflect the influence of Art Nouveau. The hollow heart-shaped
cap translates the pre-war romantic era and the bottle
is, in itself, an iconic timepiece.
Later in 1919 Jacques Guerlain returned to the beauty
of the bottle for Mitsouko, as a visual representation
in his perfume creations of the darkness and light of
begnning and end of the First World War.
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