Lanvin Scandal was launched 1931 as a leather chypre fragrance. It was the revolution the world of perfumery. The fragrance was discounted in 1971 and is very hard to find. But, actually, you don’t need to seek it, because Lanvin launches the reissued edition of the fragrance that embodies the independent, non-conformist and trendsetting women of today. Jeanne Lanvin Scandal is a thrilling and immediately desirable fruity-floral whose capricious, sensual notes settle like a veil of freedom over the skin.
Composed by Anne Flipo, this irresistible nectar reveals sweet, tender notes of apricot and pear, underpinned by the exquisite, refreshing juiciness of orange. Infused with poetry and originality, its floral heart blossoms in a joyous, delicate bouquet of Freesia, crystallised rose petals and peony. Paired with the cottony softness of musk, the beautifully voluptuous sandalwood forms an undeniably unctuous signature that lends the fragrance a sense of renewed radiance.
The fragrance is enclosed within the architecture of an original bottle. On its front is the elegant grosgrain label that has become synonymous with Jeanne Lanvin fragrance. The iconic seal depicting Jeanne Lanvin and her daughter appears in tone-on-tone engraving on the top of the silver stopper. It is available as 50 ml Eau de Parfum.