Guerlain Creative Director Oliver Échaudemaison was inspired by Jacques Guerlain's legendary '30s fragrance, Vol de Nuit, when creating the holiday 2011 collection. The bold oriental fragrance celebrated female aviators of the time—daring women who flew into the night. Belle de Nuit, the latest holiday collection, pays tribute to modern heroines and the legacy of Vol de Nuit. Black and teal art deco packaging houses a mesmerizing and luminous palette that plays on the colors of the starry sky.
Available beginning October 2011 at select locations of Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, Sephora, Bloomingdales and Bergdorf Goodman.
This weightless powder combines a woody and soft fragrance with a veil of shimmer for the face and body. The universal pink shade has blue, green, and silvery iridescence that glows on any skin tone. The absolutely stunning bottle references the original Vol de Nuit fragrance, designed to mimic a airplane propeller.
This flattering, violet-scented powder compact combines pale pink, white, deep pink, and teal hues (yes, teal!), topped with a translucent sheen for an instant pick-me-up glow. The black lacquered case come with a soft goat-hair applicator.
Everyone's cult favorite pearls are back and reinvented this holiday season. This highlighter evens the complexion, illuminates the skin, and captures the light in a fresh new color palette of white, gold, orange, silver, and pink.
Guerlain's latest eye shadow quad is designed for night owls. Iridescent shades of green, blue, and grey pair with a matte black to create a smoky and luminous eye.
Guerlain Rouge Automatique, $35.00
Two new, limited edition shades of Guerlain's best-selling lipstick play with seduction and innocence in a long-lasting formula.