Lalique - Pour Homme Lion Eau de Parfum - Woody Man.
Launched in 1997, this original and legitimate creation brings to life one aspect of René Lalique's artistic genius: the Radiator Cap Ornaments or Pets created during the "Mad Years". In the end Lalique will create 27 pets. Rare today, they have become exceptional collectibles.They are those pets that inspired this bottle of Lalique pour Homme perfume. The theme of this new mascot is the lion that evokes nobility as well as the spirit of conquest and triumph of men.
This first men's Lalique perfume created by Maurice Roussel is timeless and embodies elegance. An olfactory composition that combines the freshness of the top note with the elegance and well-being of the base notes. The union between the head and the bottom of the fragrance is made through floral and woody refinement. The balance is born thanks to the transition between the two notes whose transparency contains floral and wild notes. Fresh aroma, with notes of the forest and musk.
Top notes are aromas of mandarin, lavender, white rose, bergamot and grape. In the middle notes we find iris, jasmine, lilacs of the valley and cedar, in the background we find notes of sandalwood, amber, patchouli and vanilla.
This perfume is recommended for all use due to its aromatic intensity and olfactory durability.