Jeanne Lanvin founded the brand that bears her name. Although Arpège is still her best-known fragrance, she also dreamt up perfumes with bold names like Scandal and My Sin. Today, the House of Lanvin and its artistic director Alber Elbaz pay homage to her with a perfume that bears her name. Young, feminine, light-hearted and easy-to-wear, the perfume comes in a bottle tied with a pink tulle ribbon.
Anne Flipo wanted a brief formula centered on musk, an ingredient that’s ‘both light-hearted and romantic’, (editor’s note: white musks). The result is a light, fruity-floral fragrance pairing notes of peony and red berries.