Les Compositions Parfumees Zamac by Lalique Perfume.
Les Compositions Parfumees Zamac is part of a recent collection of fragrances all inspired by precious metals, and as such each take on a sophisticated and regal design. The aesthetic of Zamac, like the others, is steely and cool. To reflect this the aroma is crafted with oriental spices that provide a warm and rich, yet strong and bold aroma. The top notes consist of pink pepper, bergamot and tangerine, blended with the heart of freesia,
nutmeg and orange blossom. All of this is tied together with the muskier scents of black leather, vanilla, and cedar wood. Whether it’s for men or women, this aroma amplifies the mature and sensible.
This aroma and the rest in its collection was designed by French perfume house Lalique, an upscale designer that has been creating fragrances since 1992. The perfume line was inspired by the glass house of the same name, started in the 1800s and pioneering glass perfume bottles.
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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