A Lab on Fire Paris*LA & Made in Heaven ~ new fragrances

A Lab on Fire Paris*LA & Made in Heaven

A Lab On Fire has introduced new packaging, and will launch two new fragrances, Paris*LA and Made in Heaven.

Paris*LA ~ developed by perfumer Laurent Le Guernec. "When they speak to each other, it’s a filtered language, a private exchange. One adores, the other abides––for the lover sees what the beloved cannot. LA, captured through Parisian eyes, succumbs and is made new. A refreshing Coca-cola marries a smooth-shelled macaron. When you look around, are you still in the same place you started?"

Made in Heaven ~ developed by perfumer Pascal Gaurin. "Residing in the atmosphere, she descends, wings spread. She calls out, Make love. Make a promise. Make it last. Through the window comes possibility, an opening. Through the unbarred window, a white cloud-ridge. Be enveloped; join hands in perfect union. On a gust of wind, wings fanned out, she alights."

A Lab on Fire Paris*LA and Made in Heaven will debut this fall; I will update with sizes and notes when I can.

(via alabonfire)

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  1. Carolyn says:

    Oh good grief, the descriptions are a tad over the top!

    • Robin says:

      I am hoping the description of Paris*LA is at least accurate…because Coke + macaron actually sounds fun to me!

      • relleric says:

        Ditto!

        • Absolute Scentualist says:

          Agreed about the Paris+LA but even after several cups of coffee, I have no idea what that description for Made in Heaven is supposed to mean. A Lab On Fire’s been quite prolific lately and I’m so behind…

          • Robin says:

            I’m really behind too! And on S-Perfume.

  2. kindcrow says:

    I want to try the Coca-Cola one. The bottle looks like something from the paint aisle of a crafts store.

    • kindcrow says:

      Or maybe expensive nail polish?

      • Robin says:

        Ha! But I do think it’s better looking than the old bottle.

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