Lalique - Noir Premier - Rose Royale - 1935
In 1935, René Lalique left the Place Vendôme to open a new boutique in the Rue Royale No. 11. The Rue Royale is one of the most prestigious streets of Paris, located between the Place de la Concorde and Place de la Madeleine. The iconic address in the heart of Paris is the perfect showcase for re-editions of René Lalique's masterpieces, but also for the newly created pieces that are designed by Lalique's in-house creative studio.
As a symbol for this unique place, Lalique has chosen the queen of all flowers: the rose. Rose Royale emphasizes the fruity facets of an opulent rose absolute together with notes of peach and osmanthus. This delicate orange blossom is typical of China and spreads a characteristic, complex, wonderfully noble scent reminiscent of a blend of apricot nectar, powdery violet and velvety suede.
These intensely feminine accents are complemented by a hint of musk, while the subtle leathery note of the osmanthus flower melts into a sea of cashmere wood...