6. Paris by Yves Saint Laurent
The city of blinding lights is well represented in Paris L’Edition Venini, Yves Saint Laurent Paris’ 30th Anniversary bottle. Made by Maison Venini using the Murrina technique, which combines amber with five other shades of pink in the glass, it is nothing short of a work of art. Two of these rare fragrance bottles packing in the iconic floral and woody notes that established the perfume, have been housed at the Galeries Lafayette Haussmann and at Printemps Haussmann in Paris. Only 10 units will be produced, each worth $7,500.
5. The Panthère Extrait by Cartier
If you want to picture to the words, voluptuous, feline, velvety, here’s what you should see- The Panthère Extrait by Cartier. In a stunning new rock crystal exterior, La Panthère’s most luxurious release to date is a concentrate of the original voluptuous chypre accord touched with gardenia, packaged in a solid gold vial. There’s nothing not to love about the glass bottle faceted like a jewel. Except maybe that it is limited to only one edition, with price on request.
4. J’adore Edition Prestige Baccarat by Dior
For a perfume with a name that hints at what you’re expected to do to it and a scent that ensures you do, J’adore L’Or’s Prestige Edition will make you fall in love. The result of a union between Dior’s design team and Baccarat, its bottle is what one could call a luxuriant cross between crystal and gold. Delicate, droplet shaped and with gold thread on its neck, it’s a physical manifestation of the fragrance’s exceptional raw materials. J’adore Édition Prestige is available in 30ml, with price on request.