Lalique was inspired by the fluidity and sensuality of satin, shaping a woman in its image and composing the eponymous fragrance: Satine. A satin dress with circular pleats, like a dancer, twirling in the air. Womankind and satin in a fragrance.
A first plane highlights its floral sensuality, then the second more textured plane emphasises its seductive gourmand notes. Finally, a third plane prolongs the smooth sillage of Satine with contrasting woody notes.
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The extraordinary skill of the region's glassmakers brought René Lalique to the Northern Vosges. Today, nearly two hundred men and women still put their dexterity and knowledge at the service of creation.Discover