Lanvin Marry Me! Love Edition ~ new fragrance

Lanvin Marry Me! Love Edition

Lanvin has launched Marry Me! Love Edition, a new limited edition flanker to 2010's Marry Me! For Women:

A symbol of passionate feelings and burning declaration of love, the red rose has inspired the MARRY ME Love Edition! Declaration of love with flowers and bouquets of hearts, this edition is an ode to love and laughter, a made-to-measure gift for all fashionistas.

For this unique edition, the unexpected heart of red roses beats with exquisite sensuality while flirting with the sparkle of red currant and the tang of bitter orange. It wraps amorous arms around magnolia and bewitching sambac jasmine and melts into a bed of cedar and carnal musk. This radiant floral fragrance is irresistibly captivating…

Lanvin Marry Me! Love Edition is available in 50 ml Eau de Parfum.

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  1. pigoletto says:

    As opposed to the Golddigger and Bun In the Oven editions? That’s some cute packaging though.

    • Robin says:

      Exactly — I thought of several variations this morning, but yours are better.

      • Absolute Scentualist says:

        Yes. That is what I thought of when I read the name of this flanker as well. Next they could have the Marry Me: Vegas Edition in a tiny 20ml bottle and the Marry Me:Bridezilla Edition in an elaborate 500ml bottle it will take years to pay off. :)

        • Robin says:

          LOL — you guys are good!

          • Paisley Flowers says:

            :D

        • ggperfume says:

          Well played, Abscent.

    • ggperfume says:

      We think alike!

  2. Paisley Flowers says:

    As a bride to be, I can’t but help roll my cynical eyes at another chance for brands to cash in on the wedding market.

  3. dora says:

    Does anyone doubt that as a marketing tool the name is brilliant? Actually in a way this shows how bad things really are. Given names like ‘Trouble’ and ‘Poison’ from the past when things were better; I am surprised someone didn’t name a perfume ‘Divorce’ thinking it was edgy.

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