Lumiere Blanche by Parfums Gres Perfume.
Emphasize your femininity and delight everyone around you with the mouthwatering sweetness of Lumiere Blanche. First seen in stores in 2015, this 3.4 oz eau de parfum spray is a collaboration between perfumer Jean Claude Deville and Parfums Gres. Fruity and floral, this scent features succulent ripe peach and bright mandarin orange. Tuberose and orange blossom make up the mid-notes, and an earthy base note of white musk adds balance and
Madame Grès launched her perfume company in 1959 when she released her renowned and original perfume, Cabochard. Other scents such as Folie Douce, Cabaret, Pastel, Cabotine and Caline came soon after. It might come as a surprise that Madame Gres was once just a little girl with a dream. Originally named Alix Barton, she grew up with ambitions of becoming either a ballerina or a sculptor. She entered the world of fashion as a hat-maker and commenced her perfume career after taking on the name “Grès”, which is an anagram for her husband’s name “Serge”. The rest was history.
The little girl known as Alix Barton— born Germaine Emilie Krebs—with dreams of being a sculptor or ballerina, entered the world of fashion as a hat-maker and then set her sights on couture. Madame Grès, as she was fondly known and admired, designed women’s clothes like art, sculpting fabric on the model’s body—her childhood dream unfolding—and dancing among the silks and chiffons of her evening dresses. In 1942, she adopted the name GRÈS, an...
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