Jean-Paul Guerlain Fragrances

Guerlain Vetiver – An All Time Classic in Its Category

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Every perfume has its time and for me, in spite of its all time classic aura, this is the moment for testing and talking about Guerlain’s Vetiver. The first fragrance developed by perfumer Jean Paul Guerlain (the great grandson of founder Pierre-François Pascal Guerlain!) Vetiver was released in 1959, geared towards the South African market, […]

Guerlain Samsara – A Scent of Serenity and Harmony

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When you are about to sample a perfume that made history, you feel that you want to live up to its fame and cross your fingers in order not to feel disappointed. For this instance, Samsara, one of the last from the classics designed by Jean-Paul Guerlain, has all that it took to make a […]

Guerlain Champs Elysées – A Memorable Creation from a Classic Nose

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Champs Elysées was introduced by Guerlain in 1996, as a floral woody musk fragrance for women. The scent was developed by perfumer Jean-Paul Guerlain. Moreover, the perfume is intended as a tribute to 1904’s original Champs Elysées, developed by Jacques Guerlain. Described on the official website with the phrases: “the center of everything” and “the […]

Idylle Guerlain – A Garden Full of Flowers

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Idylle is a perfume for women introduced in September 2009 by the House of Guerlain that has all the premises to become a classic, because it is the first perfume designed by Thierry Wasser, since he took over from the famous Jean-Paul Guerlain the job of in-house perfumer. It is tough to fill the shoes […]

Habit Rouge Guerlain Fragrance Review

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A classic essence will always maintain its strong appeal and when that classic fragrance comes associated with the tradition of a noble sport activity, the equitation, then it magnifies its attraction. And the fact is that Habit Rouge is strongly bounded by the core value of this beautiful sport and the attributes which constitute its […]