Eau de Parfum L’Heure de Nuit Guerlain
L’Heure de Nuit, the Guerlain fragrance
The scented girl of L’Heure Bleue will therefore be called L’Heure de Nuit, a more flowery and modern hour that has lost nothing of its poetry.
Hour of Night or the nightlife of L’Heure Bleue perfume …
L’Heure Bleue is certainly one of the greatest perfumes of the Guerlain house. Born in 1905, L’Heure Bleue draws us a dream landscape between the first shadows of the night and the last rays of the sun, between the warmth of oriental scents and solar flowers and the freshness of spicy and citrus notes. L’Heure Bleue also represents a feat in terms of technicalities because it is the first perfume that mixed synthetic raw materials with natural essences.
Having become legendary in the work of Jacques Guerlain as an artist, L’Heure Bleue has survived the decades without losing its splendor. Faithful to its prestigious past, Guerlain has chosen to pay tribute to L’Heure Bleue by offering it a scented lineage with Thierry Wasser’s composition: L’Heure de Nuit.
L’Heure De Nuit has captured the beauty of Blue Hour without trying to imitate it. L’Heure de Nuit is therefore softer and more flowery but retains the same impressionist charm as its cult elder.
“New creation sold in the exclusive range: Les Parisiennes was created to celebrate the 100th anniversary of L ‘ Blue Hour. More contemporary version, more cheerful in the top note, than its predecessor, musky and very sweet. Sylvane Delacourte about L’Heure Bleue and L’Heure de Nuit.
Flowers, citrus fruits and powdery sweets for a voluptuous Guerlain Night Hour
Thierry Wasser therefore did not try to imitate his ancestor to compose the Hour of Night and it is certainly one of his most beautiful successes as Hour of Night reminds us of its elder by certain chords but evokes a softer and powdery moment by its novelties such as white musks or largely accentuated powdery notes.
L’Heure de Nuit thus opens, like the Blue Hour, with citrus and aromatic notes married to a solar and exotic orange blossom in order to continue to symbolize in scents this moment of twilight when the sun begins to hide and the sun begins to hide. night to sparkle. A fruity touch of peach brings velvety to these top notes. At the heart, jasmine and rose combine to offer a resplendent flowery beauty at Night Time. Then vanilla, heliotrope and white musks form a cottony, enveloping and delicious trail that will come powdered with some precious iris flowers.
“This contemporary olfactory interpretation plunges us into the magic and mystery of Paris by Night. Between dream and reality, the twilight becomes bewitching and magnetic. It is The Hour of Night. »Guerlain for L’Heure de Nuit.