Lanvin L'Ame Perdue
Lanvin L'Ame Perdue - perfume for women
L'Âme Perdue / Lost Soul by Lanvin - (Lost Soul) Lanvin created this perfume to match the sophisticated mood of evening frocks... Its fragrance is exotic - insidious - it steals upon the senses unawares... hence "L'ame perdue" (lost soul!) --Advertisement 1928. "In 1924, when Jeanne Lanvin created Lanvin Parfums SA...she was guided by the conviction that perfume was a vital part of her vision of fashion and life in general. ... The stakes were raised in 1925, with the arrival of a young perfumer names André Fraysse (then aged only 27) whose talent had been noted by Jeanne Lanvin. He joined the Nanterre laboratories and Arpège was his first creation in 1927. ... This success was followed by many more olfactory delights: ...L'Âme Perdue in 1928." --lanvin.com
Lanvin L'Ame Perdue - Perfume
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Lanvin ParfumsLanvin - 1931
Perfumes by Jeanne Lanvin - "L'Ame Perdue (Lost Soul) (1928), perfumer Andre Fraysse."
(Perfume Projects. http://www.perfumeprojects.com/museum/marketers/Lanvin.shtml, Oct. 2011.)
The History of the House of Lanvin Parfums - "...The tantalising names read like a sexy adventure as well: ...L'Ame Perdue (Lost Soul).... The perfumes of Lanvin in chronological order are: ...1928 L'Ame Perdue (Lost Soul)."
(Perfume Shrine. http://perfumeshrine.blogspot.com/2010/05/history-of-house-of-lanvin-parfums.html, Oct. 2011.)
Lanvin Parfums - "l'Âme Perdue by Parfums Lanvin, 1928. (Lost Soul)."
(Perfume Intellegence - The Perfume Encyclopedia. http://www.perfumeintelligence.co.uk/library/perfume/l/houses/Lanvin.htm, Oct. 2011.)
History of Lanvin - "In 1928, launching of L'AME PERDUE/LOST SOUL...."
(Note: Translated from original French version.)
(Touten Parfum. http://www.toutenparfum.com/historique/lanvin/lanvin.en.php, Oct. 2011.)
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