Christian Louboutin Fragrances

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A fragrance that lights the fire. Mysterious and sexy, for the woman who wants to provoke and is at ease with her provocation. Turn heads, raise the heartbeat, be noticed, make dangerous liaison. Like a second skin, iris, patchouli and tonka absolute resonate with the dry heat of oriental amber.
Tactile and visually bold, each Christian Louboutin Fragrance- BIKINI QUESTA SERA, TORNADE BLONDE, TROUBLE IN HEAVEN dons its own symbolic colourway that cast a hypnotic shadow. The central aperture makes a loop of the fragrance, creating a flow within the bottle as if the “liquid is alive”, an idea that Christian wanted to bring to life through movement of the liquid in the bottle. Each of these inventive bottles is fabricated by master perfume glassmakers, Pochet.
“I wanted to celebrate woman and her desires. I wanted these fragrances to enhance an aspect of her personality, or perhaps reveal something about her that no one knew before, maybe not even her, tell a secret, a story. I want to give women the means to express themselves and to delight in their femininity. So there is the “ping”, the first burst of the scent like the striking of the piano key, followed by a beautiful resonance as the note echoes its sound. There is one present moment, and then there is the trace, le sillage. I think of it as its memory.” said Christian Louboutin.
Christian worked with renowned designer Thomas Heatherwick to create a series of bottles that are innovative and ambitious in their design and manufacturing process. Glass undulates and wraps around the bottle’s form to capture light, play with transparency and reveal the intense colours associated with each individual fragrance.

Creating objets d’art is no simple task. The design concept for the Christian Louboutin Fragrance bottles was based on the idea of folding surfaces, manipulating and twisting glass to create a dynamic and harmonious flow. “We started with the top and the base and a very simple rectangular form. From there the idea was that the glass goes on a journey in between. It is almost as if the bottle turns itself inside out. It was a really natural process of collaboration. We began by asking questions about Christian’s dreams and expectations to get to the
essence of what he was searching for. Christian knew straightaway that he wanted the bottles to ‘have a strong sense of identity.” –Thomas Heatherwick.
Explore Christian Louboutin Fragrance: http://us.christianlouboutin.com/us_en/discover-fragrance.

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