The French luxury parfumerie Guerlain has appointed American street artist JonOne as the designer of the brand's newest limited-edition fragrance series. Combining gritty graffiti with the sophisticated Guerlain aesthetic, these new bottles are vibrant and modern.
This series is a funky reinterpretation of the bee-inspired bottles that were designed by Pierre-François-Pascal Guerlain in 1853. Staying true to some of the traditional aspects of the old-time bottle, JonOne decorated the limited-edition fragrance collection with bold colors such as blue for "Shalimar Parfum," pink for "La Petite Robe Noire Parfum" and orange for "Rose Barbare, Eau de Parfum." The bottles are also signed by the artist making them extra unique.
However, even with the bottles' new American flair, the Guerlain touch is visible through the satin ribbon that sits on the neck of each bottle.
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