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Parfums Givenchy Launches La Collection Particulière

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La Collection Particulière's Accord Particulier by Givenchy Photo Credit: LVMH

Parfums Givenchy has launched La Collection Particulière. The nine-fragrance line features clear bottles with a minimalist rectilinear design, topped with a black cap and a label inspired by haute couture.

The bottle cap with the 4G logo can be replaced with engraved initials on a gold or silver plate, an animal print, or a marble pattern.

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Only the Accord Particulier bottle differs, boasting a black lacquer finish. The keystone of the collection, Accord Particulier contains notes of Damascus rose, vetiver, patchouli and ambroxan. It can be mixed with all the other editions of the line:

  • Trouble-Fête: fig, fig leaf, sesame and incense.
  • Sans Merci: Indian davana and Haitian vetiver.
  • Sans Artifice: Chinese white tea and ginger.
  • Oiseau Rare: Japanese pitosporum flower, black pepper.
  • Enflammé: black Madagascar vanilla absolute, coffee and Turkish tobacco absolute.
  • Garçon Manqué: osmanthus and leather.
  • Indompté: Sicilian mandarin, oud and leather.
  • Peur de Rien: orange and narcissus.

“You have your own style, personality. Accentuate them. And if you have a favorite perfume, cherish it. Because it’s a part of you,” said Hubert de Givenchy, founder of the Couture house, Givenchy. “Perfume is the final touch of style and elegance, an identity card.”