Les Compositions Parfumees Bronze by Lalique Perfume.
Les Compositions Parfumees Bronze combines sophistication and innovation, blending gorgeous and yet familiar florals with inebriating musk tones to create a complex yet casual composition. The leading notes are of honeyed rose petal, bright violet and simple-sweet lily of the valley. These heady introductory scents are quickly mingled with bright orange blossom and tuberose. This botanical efflorescence soon gives way to the lightly
lingering and utterly compelling base of sweet seductive vanilla, ambergris and playfully potent musk. Intoxicating and yet free spirited, uniquely modern yet rooted in tradition, Les Compositions Parfumees Bronze is equally ideal for daily wear or an intimate night out.
Lalique first gained widespread renown during the Art Deco era. This design house was created by Rene Lalique, who began fashioning striking bowls, vases and decorative statuettes with a signature satin finish. His tradition lived on in a family of scents that simultaneously embody classical tradition and an ultramodern sensibility.
René Jules Lalique is born on April 6,1860, in the village of Ay, in the Champagne region of France. Two years later, his father, a Parisian mercantile agent, moves his family to a suburb of Paris. They return to Ay for summer holidays, and Lalique will have a lifelong attachment to his native countryside. In 1872 Enters Collège Turgot where he begins studying drawing with Justin-Marie Lequien.
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