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 Lalique, Guerlain and Estee Lauder; a coffret from the newly reconstituted Le Galion line; a travel atomizer from Memo; and new packaging for Stella McCartney Stella, Boudicca Wode and the Lush fragrances.
From Lalique, the 2015 limited edition collector bottle of Lalique de Lalique. (You can find links to the yearly bottles going back to 2006 at the Lalique page under Perfume Houses). For 2015: "Based on René Lalique’s 1910 design, the Petites Feuilles (little leaves), the 2015 edition is adorned with a lavish plumage that covers the body and softly rounded shoulders of the bottle, while the stopper features a motif designed by Lalique for the Geneviève powder box in 1920." (via cosmeticsbusiness)
From Guerlain, a new limited edition bottle of La Petite Robe Noire Couture Eau de Parfum. At Sephora in France, in 50 ml.
From Estee Lauder, the Precious Jewels Perfume Compact: "You'll treasure this dazzling jewelry box. Open the compact to find Private Collection Tuberose Gardenia in long-lasting solid perfume." $250 at Neiman Marcus.
From Le Galion, a limited edition coffret with a purse spray and 7.5 ml refills of all nine of the line's relaunched fragrances. At Colette in France, $156 without tax.
From French niche line Memo, a travel atomizer set including a leather case (€196) and sets of three 10 ml refills (€95 - €114). (via vogue.fr)
The new packaging for Stella McCartney's first fragrance, Stella (the juice is reportedly unchanged). Available in 30, 50 and 100 ml Eau de Parfum.
And new packaging for Boudicca Wode, which used to be sold in something that looked like a can of spray paint (and I believe that the version that sprayed blue is discontinued). In 50 ml Eau de Parfum, also at Colette in France.
You can still find the plain, utilitarian black bottles at the Lush USA site, but they've disappeared from Lush UK and are on their way out everywhere. The new, more fanciful packaging matches the more recent Gorilla Perfume releases; shown above is Karma.