Aqua Allegoria Pivoine Magnifica by Guerlain Perfume. Released in 2005, Aqua Allegoria Pivoine Magnifica is a powdery floral women’s fragrance.
Floral violet opens the scent with a citrus backing of bergamot and grapefruit. The crisp floral scent blossoms in the heart with peony taking charge with a hint of dewdrop. Woody and powdery notes combine with iris in the base extending the floral essence all the way through. Karine Dubreuil is the nose behind the fragrance. The elegant bottle holds
the fresh floral liquid ready to take you on a sensuous day in the sun.
Guerlain started as a toiletries company in 1828 but quickly moved into perfumery. Over the years, the family has created over 300 perfumes for men and women. While no longer family-owned as of 1994, Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessey continues to meet the standards set by the original owners. Beyond fragrances, the company sells skincare and makeup in line with their original plan.
As one of the oldest French perfume houses in the world, Guerlain can still hold its own in this day and age. Founded in 1828 by Pierre-Francois Pascal Guerlain control of the house was past down through the family until 1994 when it was sold to the luxury good conglomerate Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton (LVMH) as there was no one in the Guerlain family willing to head the business. In its formative years Guerlain created signature fragrances for...
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