Do you ever wonder about wearing more than one scent at a time? You should know that a fragrance is conceived as a whole. It is generally not advisable to mix them, because the combination could create an unpleasant olfactory impression, or destroy each fragrance's character.
Top note: Bergamot, anise. Middle note: Carnation, orange blossoms, rose and tuberose. End note: Heliotrope, iris, vanilla, musk.
L'Heure Bleue is a bouquet of delicate and powdery flowers, a fragrance that evokes serenity and tranquility. The representation of a landscape on a summer night, when the sky has lost its sun but hasn't found its stars yet, a romantic atmosphere hanging on a dream.
Designed by Raymond Guerlain, l'Heure Bleue has the same bottle as Mitsouko (1919). The two bottles are often said to mark both the beginning and the end of the First World War. The curved shoulders on the bottle reflect the influence of Art Nouveau. The hollow heart-shaped cap translates the pre-war romantic era.