Guerlain Celebrates “Eau de Fleurs de Cédrat’s” 100th Anniversary

Guerlain is celebrating the 100th anniversary of its iconic Eau de Fleurs de Cédrat perfume that was inspired by Jacques Guerlain’s trip to the Riviera in 1920. To do so, the House released a limited-edition bottle of this olfactory marvel. It can be exclusively found at Guerlain’s new pop-up at Dubai Mall’s Bloomingdales, which opened its doors today, on March 1st 2020, and will remain so till March 20.

For this special occasion, the bee bottle is dressed for the first time in hand-painted palladium and Anne Brun – a talented craftswoman specialized in leaf-gilding – has composed a precious bouquet of plants from the French Riviera, also covered with palladium leaves. The fragrance’s new look is definitely breathtaking!

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