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Yves Saint Laurent launches luxury edition of Suprême Bouquet

This fall, the French brand has added gold flecks to Suprême Bouquet, a fragrance from its Oriental Collection, for a luxurious limited edition.

Just over a year after the fragrance was created by nose Dominique Ropion, Yves Saint Laurent is celebrating its success. While the formula remains unchanged, the brand has given Suprême Bouquet a new, shimmery appearance by adding 24-carat gold particles, which dance in the light. The result comes in a flacon covered in a golden scroll pattern.

Yves Saint Laurent has introduced a new luxury limited edition of its (...)

Yves Saint Laurent has introduced a new luxury limited edition of its Suprême Bouquet fragrance. © Yves Saint Laurent Beauté

The perfume itself still combines white flower notes with hints of cool pink pepper, juicy pear, dry amber wood, patchouli and musk.

The Suprême Bouquet Luxury Edition (80ml) is priced at €272 (around $358) and is available in authorized perfume shops and at the brand’s website.

AFP/Relaxnews

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