Lanvin was founded in 1889 as the result of the visionary genius of one woman: Jeanne Lanvin. The longest lasting couture and beauty house has continued to capture the senses of discerning women and men around the world.
In 1924, Jeanne Lanvin opened her atelier de parfums in Paris – and a world of olfactory delights was born. Jeanne Lanvin’s original fragrance collection, developed in 1929, is the inspiration for Les Notes de Lanvin. The use of geometric shapes frequently used during the art deco period combined with the emblem of Jeanne Lanvin and her daughter Margueritte, which was created by Paul Iribe, represents the essence of Lanvin fragrances.
Les Notes de Lanvin
Les Notes de Lanvin continues the fragrance legacy with refined collections for the bath, body and home. Each perfume note has been inspired by the timeless elegance and the avant-garde spirit of Lanvin.
The Oud&Rose Collection features Mediterranean fruit scents, opening with mandarin and pink currant notes. A delicate rose aroma follows before reaching a lasting yet light sandalwood fragrance.