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If you were to walk the streets of Paris today, chances are you would see it awash with swathes of pink and black... Guerlain's La Petite Robe Noire has been heavily promoted in recent months with posters, billboards and performances in support of its launch. Originally released as a limited edition in 2009, LPRN has now been rebottled and re-released to a wider international audience. It's playful graphics and advertising themes are very much on par with the pretty juice inside.

La Petite Robe Noire means “little black dress”, and this iconic mainstay in any woman's wardrobe has served as the inspiration behind this flirty, spirited scent.

Mouth-watering topnotes of black cherry, liquorice and red berries dominate the composition and make for a cheerful, youthful opening. Almond, rose and black tea rule the heart, and dance over a considered base of amber, vanilla and patchouli.

Packaged in Guerlain's iconic “bouchon coeur” flacon (usually reserved for the classics L'Heure Bleue and Mitsouko), La Petite Robe Noire asserts itself as a spritely scent in the modern Guerlain perfume portfolio which is carrying the revered French perfume house across the threshold and into the future.

This scent has a playful, adolescent air about it, and lasts well on skin.

Why not wear it on occasions one might their little black dress?


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