American artist JonOne adds some color to Guerlain’s new limited edition perfume bottles

The French luxury parfumerie Guerlain has found inspiration in American street art as it joins American street artist JonOne, to launch a special edition, one-liter perfume bottle, which will go on sale on January 4, 2016. The funky, bee-patterned bottles are a reinterpretation of the bee-inspired bottles that was designed by Pierre-François-Pascal Guerlain in 1853, as part of a special order for the marriage of Eugénie de Montijo and Napoleon III.

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JonOne has added his colorful imagination to the bottle resulting in three different shades: blue for “Shalimar Parfum”, pink for “La Petite Robe Noire Parfum” and orange for “Rose Barbare, Eau de Parfum”. The bottles were reworked and signed by the artist, making them truly unique. There will be a classic Guerlain touch in the form of a satin ribbon which sits on the neck of the bottle.

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As part of the official launch Guerlain will hold an exhibition of JonOne’s work at their store on the Champs-Elysées in Paris from January 4 to February 28, 2016. 34 units of Shalimar, 32 units of La Petite Robe Noire and Rose Barbare will be uniquely numbered and signed and retailed at €9000 ($9,929).

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Previously travel-editor and long-time resident of extravagant Dubai, Shalu is likes a dash of luxury in everything she does. While luxury travel is a weakness, she believes there is something very attractive about understated luxury. And when she’s not dreaming of pristine beaches, private jets and molecular dining, a shiny pair of Blahniks is what she lusts for.