Guerlain will launch their annual limited edition version of Muguet this spring. The fragrance celebrates the May Day tradition of offering sprigs of lily of the valley to loved ones. You can see older Guerlain Muguet editions here: 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014.
The 2015 edition was developed in collaboration with the Camille Tharaud porcelain studio in Limoges, France, and features a lily of the valley relief design on bisque porcelain, finished with a green ribbon.
Notes for the fresh floral include bergamot, jasmine, rose, muguet and lilac.
Guerlain Muguet 2015 will be limited to 1,659 numbered bottles. It will be available in 75 ml Eau de Toilette, €430.
Update: the description from Nordstrom, where the Muguet fragrance is $605... "This year, Guerlain will be reunited with its timeless and emblematic Flacon Fleuri, which hosted the original Muguet fragrance in 1908. Maison Guerlain has combined tradition and innovation to create the first perfume bottle in white porcelain. With its pure lines and floral motif, this new interpretation has a budding freshness and elegant simplicity, echoed in the first notes of Muguet. To add to the delightful charm of this porcelain bottle, a delicate ribbon adorns its neck just like the bow of a present adjusted one last time before offering it as a lucky charm to a loved one. A fresh and floral fragrance."