Penhaligon’s is delighted to have worked with the workshop Nina Frydlender Creazioni, to create a unique one off collection of six bottles in six of our bestselling fragrances. Nina has created a unique design for each bottle, drawing inspiration from the name of each fragrance rather than the notes within each one. Available exclusively in our St Honore boutique in Paris, the 500ml fragrances are available to buy on the 29th of November and are priced at €850 each.
Can you guess which bottle is which?
The bottle of Blenheim Bouquet is inspired by the blue eyes of Gladys Deacon, the Duchess of Marlborough. Her eyes were so extraordinary that the English painter Colin Gill painted hundreds of eyes on the ceiling of a room in Blenheim Palace.
The bottle of Artemisia is inspired by Artemis the Goddess of hunting, wilderness, wild animals and the moon. She was a prominent figure in Greek and Roman mythology.
LILY OF THE VALLEY
This bottle is inspired by the freshness and femininity of spring.
Sartorial is inspired by the fantasy world of a gentleman in the 19th century. The gentleman is a traveler – refined and cultured and one who is a regular in Savile Row.
Endymion is also inspired by romantic tales from Greek mythology ; Endymion was a mortal put into a perpetual sleep by Artemis, the Goddess of the Moon, so that she could gaze upon him lovingly each evening.
The bottle of Malabah is inspired by the beauty of East India. Peacocks are large and majestic birds, and the national bird of India. They are an integral part of the country’s culture, art and architecture.
24 November 2014
Oops. BLENHEIM BOUQUET, MALABAH, SARTORIAL, ARTEMISIA, ENDYMION & LILY OF THE VALLEY
24 November 2014
BLENHEIM BOUQUET, MALABAH, SARTORIAL, ARTEMISIA & ENDYMION. All absolutely gorgeous. Wish I had the money to spend on beautiful things like that.