Magie by Lancome Perfume. An utterly feminine fragrance, Magie graced the world stage with its presence in 1950.
It is part of La Collection Fragrances, a collection that was introduce as a way to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the brand’s perfume creation. A floral scent, the main accords include civet, jasmine, rose and violet with amber and musk for a touch of sensuality. Armand Petitjean is the perfumer behind this delightful aroma that has moderate longevity and moderate sillage that
will float around the wearer in a soft cloud of garden flavors.
Established in 1935 by Armand Petitjean, Lancome is a French cosmetics company that originally began as a perfume house by introducing five fragrances at the World’s Fair that same year in Belgium. Named after Le Chateau de Lancosme, the brand’s symbol was inspired by the roses that surrounded the ruins of this magnificent castle. Perfumers who have worked with the brand include Christophe Raynaud and Fabrice Pellegrin, among others.
Though founded in 1935, the history of Lancome begins years earlier when the relationship of its founder, Armand Petitjean came to a head with Francois Coty with whom he had collaborated to produce perfumes. Parting ways because of differences in perceptions regarding production and sales, Petitjean introduced the first five Lancome fragrances at the World’s Fair in Brussels in its founding year. The company’s name was inspired by the ruins of...
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