More limited edition collector fragrance bottles, with the usual disclaimers: in most of these cases, the juice is unchanged, just the bottle is “special” (or not, as the case may be), and some of these may not be available in the US. Today's post includes collector bottles from Agonist, Roberto Cavalli, Paco Rabanne, Annick Goutal and Lalique.
From Agonist, the 'art bottle' for their latest fragrance, Solaris. I do not know the price, but most of the glass sculpture editions from Agonist are €800+.
From Roberto Cavalli, the Gold Edition with lockable treasure case and minaudière: "...the box is made of gold-plated brass print with a crocodile print and an eagle shaped fringe dangling from the box. A lapel finished with 138 white and 121 black diamonds is enveloped around the neck of the bottle, which can be detached and worn as a ring or as a pendant." 3 editions were made; I'm not sure if the juice is the same as Roberto Cavalli Oud Edition or something new, either way, it features saffron, incense and oud, and the price appears to be a big secret. (via superyachts)
From Paco Rabanne, the Invictus Silver Cup Collector’s Edition: "The scent’s signature trophy-style flacon – designed by Cédric Ragot – has been updated with a new, silver colour-scheme. It is presented in transparent outer packaging, decorated with two of the now-famous Invictus muses, against the ad campaign’s stadium backdrop." In 100 ml. (via moodiereport)
From Annick Goutal, an 860 ml art-deco-inspired bottle of Eau d'Hadrien, packaged with funnel and 25 ml travel spray. 200 were made; €550 at Annick Goutal. (I think this came out in late 2013.)
From Lalique, Amethyst, in 100 ml packaged with a "scented necklace". $135 for pre-order at Neiman Marcus, where they also have Satine in a similar set for $145.