The Scented Gloves by Guerlain and Agnelle

The glove maker Agnelle and perfumer Guerlain cross their expertise to launch the scented gloves

The Scented Gloves by Guerlain and Agnelle

The Scented Gloves by Guerlain and Agnelle

This is an exclusive of 68 avenue des Champs Elysées in the 8th arrondissement of Paris which is born from the meeting that happened in Limousin, in the heart of the tannery Colombier, the leather provider of Agnelle, with which Thierry Wasser, perfumer of Guerlain, has developed a confidential process in order to perfume the leather used for the gloves.

Born from the desire of Guerlain to reconnect with its roots and its ultrafeminite, this elegant and playful collaboration, is embodied in two exceptional and voluptuous creations, the gant(glove) du Parfumeur and the gant(glove) La Petite Robe Noire.

For the perfumer Guerlain, it is a step back in time . In 1872 the brand already proposed , among its various perfumes and cosmetics, perfumed gloves – creations introduced in France by Catherine de Medici in the fourteenth century.To revive this concept, the Parisian house has chosen the French glove maker Agnelle  .

“The Gant du Parfumeur is a jewel glove decorated with small nails holding the iconic design of the mark, and that appears soft and delicate notes of apricot, spice and woods chords. As for the glove La Petite Robe Noire, it appears notched at the wrist and accented with a white bow, besides releasing aromas of black, cherry pink and patchouli,” explained representatives at Guerlain.

Keep the gloves in their original box , away from light and moisture, so they still retain their enchanting fragrance longer ….

The Scented Gloves by Guerlain and Agnelle

Le Gant La Petite Robe Noire

The Scented Gloves by Guerlain and Agnelle

Le Gant du Parfumeur

 

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