Les Compositions Parfumees Electrum by Lalique Perfume.
First introduced in 2015, Les Compositions Parfumees Electrum Perfume is one of a series of modern signature scents from House Lalique that draw inspiration from an utterly unique blend of precious metals subtly spiked with spicy sweet florals. A sophisticated and layered, complex yet casual unisex fragrance, Les Compositions Parfumees Electrum is equally ideal for daily wear or a confidential night out. The leading notes are of bright
freesia and striking, head-turning bergamot oil soon softened by ripe pear. The heart softens quickly into vintage rose, heady jasmine and a sandalwood cream. The base finishes with seductive musk, ambergris, Haitian vetiver and patchouli.
Born on April 6, 1860 in the small village of Ay in Champagne France, Rene Jules Lalique's family moved to a suburb of Paris when he was age two. The family still visits their historic home for summer holidays, and the design house continues to embrace a scent essence that evokes his native countryside.
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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