Lanvin Me Perfume

Lanvin Me - eau de parfum for women

Me by Lanvin - "ME by LANVIN, the new jewel perfume for a sensual & fashionable woman. Its credo: be myself, become ME. A precious jewel, true fashion message, that reveals an addictive fragrance. A fragrance that assumes with vivacity its floral gourmand references based on Liquorice black Wood and Blueberry. The fragrance opens onto sparkling and colourful notes of Blueberry. The floral heart reveals hyper-femininity where Tuberose's voluptuousness and elegance come together. The base notes impart a woody textured trail where sensuality blends in addictive Liquorice black Wood."

Perfume House Lanvin
Introduced April 2013
Tagline Be myself, become ME.
Scent Classification Floral Gourmand
Perfumer Domitille Bertier
Fragrance Notes Top - blueberry, mandarin
Heart - tuberose, rose absolute
Base - licorice black wood, sandalwood
Package Designer Alber Elbaz (Lanvin art director). The box is legendary Lanvin Blue.
Print/TV Campaign --
Available Products Lanvin Me - Eau de Parfum 1oz, 1.7oz, 2.6oz / $55-80-98
Lanvin Me - Body Lotion 5oz / $46
Lanvin Me - Shower Gel 5oz / $38

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Marie Claire - May 2013
Lanvin Me Perfume

Blue Notes
Designer, Alber Elbaz [Lanvin's artistic director] explains how his gift for storytelling extends to Lanvin's new fragrance, Me

Lanvin Me Eau de Parfum, $98 (

Q. How is creating a perfume different than designing a collection?
With fashion, I barely finish one collection before I must start another. Sales begin, and I am already elsewhere creatively. But when we do a fragrance, it must embody the perennial appeal and style of Lanvin for the long term, ignoring the ephemeral nature of a collection.

Q. And how do you do that? -- What I love in fashion is to tell a story through a creation. And a fragrance is a veritable story, told and explained in scent, in notes, in impressions. It's a score based on the emotions of each instant, a captivating music of the senses.

Q. What inspires this story? -- It was a Steven Meisel photograph from one of our campaigns a few seasons ago. The model is looking at herself in a mirror -- she is double and therefore complex. I liked the idea of poetic duality. We started to work along those lines to come up with a different type of fragrance, a perfume that could be offered to women as a present or that a woman could give herself.

Q. What type of woman do you imagine will wear it? -- She is contemporary but detests overly extravagant fashion -- she refuses uniforms. She pays attention to who she is and what she wears rather than trying to position herself with respect to others. I see her as young, feminine, a bit romantic, even neoclassical. She is -- or would like to be -- a Parisian, because the city is so synonymous with sensuality and elegance.

Q. How did you translate that sensuality to the scent itself? -- I am very sensitive to the smells and sensations that are part of perfumes because they remind me of things: moments from the past, people, events. For Me, we wanted to convey a luminous sensuality, so the fragrance features passionate middle notes -- tuberose, rose absolue -- and it has licorice root and sandalwood for an elegant, addictive signature. Perfume designer Domitille Bertier also wanted a touch of Lanvin blue in the scent, which is why there are sparkling blueberry accents. (Blueberries, a top note in the scent.)

Q. Was it difficult to find time for this project with all that you do? -- I work six days a week, if not seven. My days resemble a meal where I must sumultanrously eat a bite of fish with a spoonful of chocolate soufflé and sip a drop of wine, and I work 18 hours out of 24 -- unfortunately, with a great deal of pleasure. Why? Because I only do something if I want to do it. This project was worthwhile and meaningful -- it tickled my intuition. I love to travel inside my head, take journeys toward the unknown, meet new people, dream. I need to feel a design, to find pleasure in moving forward, creating, inventing. The day I cease to learn, I must stop.

("101 Ideas: Blue Notes." Marie Claire May 2013: 116)

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