Review: Guerlain L’Art et la Matière Néroli Plein Sud
It is the new launch of Guerlain’s L’Art et la Matière collection, very captivating and adventurous like the story that inspires this fragrance.
Néroli Plein Sud is inspired by the first novel by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, published in 1929, called Southern Mail. This fragrance evokes the meeting between the Aviator and The Little Prince in the desert, where the phrase “From a scent “I created an empire” is the axis that gives rise to this new olfactory proposal.
Perfumer Delphine Jek also tells her story, inspired by one of her trips from Europe to Morocco, and is inspired by the aromas of that country.
In January 2024 it will be available in selected stores, with a limited Collector’s Edition of 1000 bottles and an Exceptional Plate that matches the design of the bottle.
You find the sensuality of the spices in the top notes, with turmeric, cinnamon and ginger. With the heart of warm Moroccan orange blossom and neroli. At the base, vetiver and sandalwood take us on a journey through the desert.
For the Collector’s Edition, collaboration was forged with the Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Foundation for Youth, with original illustrations by the author showing a very striking sky. The plate that adorns the case, in orange and blue, complements the idea of a twilight sky.
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