This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Lalique de Lalique parfum sixth annual limited-edition flacon, Jour et Nuit (Day and Night), is based on a 1926 Rene Lalique clock design. Two sapphire crystal panels extending from a rounded bottle represent "wings about to take flight"; the left features a carving of a woman with outstretched arms who symbolizes night. The right depicts her mate, an "active and strong" man representing day. A dewdrop-patterned rounded stopper tops the 1.7 oz. flacon, which will be available for $875 from fall through the end of 1999 in prestige doors including Bergdorf Goodman and Bloomingdales. About 5,000 limited edition bottles are produced globally each year; however, 1999 production may vary based on demand, Lalique said. Sagittarius, the first annual Lalique Pour Homme limited-edition flacon, is based on a 1920s Lalique hood ornament featuring a centaur. The 3.3 oz. crystal bottle costs $800. Both flacons will be promoted with dual scented strip billing inserts and catalog advertising. Lalique is distributed by New York City-based AdiPar...
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