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venerdì 29 ottobre 2010

NEW DRESS FOR SHALIMAR




E'IL must have d'obbligo sulla toeletta di ogni lady.
L'evergreen che non tramonta mai e che anzi, si rinnova.
...Di cosa stò parlando...?? Di Shalimar di Guerlain.
Da questo autunno il bestseller Shalimar svela un nuovo flacone.
Questo nuovo packaging è stata ristudiata dalla designer di gioielli e di abbigliamento JADE JAGGER, figlia di Mick Jagger e della sua prima moglie Bianca. Jade Jagger ha ridisegnato il profilo di Shalimar senza tradirne né le linee, né lo spirito d'origine. Il flacone e il tappo sono leggermente più arrotondati, ma più sfaccettati e geometrici.
Shalimar compie 85 anni ma questo restyling femminile e delicato lo renderà ancora di più il profumo pour les femmes senza tempo.

www.guerlain.com

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