French perfume house, Guerlain, is celebrating the 100th birthday of Eau de Fleurs de Cédrat with a very limited, and very luxurious, edition bottle.
First created in 1920 by Jacques Guerlain, Eau de Fleurs de Cédrat was inspired by the Mediterranean, capturing the French Riviera with notes of lemon and verbena. The scent today still holds a special place in the luxury house as well as with loyal clients, and to mark this milestone the house has collaborated with Anne Brun in dressing the 1-litre bottle to hold the refreshing scent. The artist covered the emblematic bees of the house that adorn the bottle, and the floral detailing, with palladium leaf, transforming the classic bottle into a handmade work of art. The limited edition perfume bottle will be available from the 1st of October, 2020, and with only 29 made, this scent is certainly a one-of-a-kind purchase, especially with its 10,000 euro price tag.