A swirl of petals in a hanging garden.
Let yourself be swept away, far away, to explore the constantly changing kingdom of the seasons. To contemplate the extraordinary lushness of nature, Jacques Cavallier Belletrud has chosen to interpret an intensely floral expression, both delicate and powerful. The exquisitely precious Grasse rose unfurls its majestic splendour, while Sambac jasmine and Indian tuberose embellish the composition with their fleshy beauty. Chinese osmanthus complements the bouquet with its fruity apricot inflection. The result is an extraordinarily prolific swirl of petals, a colourful yet subtle bouquet of sweeping emotions.
Dancing Blossom is part of the Louis Vuitton Les Extraits Collection, expressing the encounter of two great creative minds. Through these five exceptional, highly concentrated fragrance treasures, Jacques Cavallier Belletrud reinvents the perfume extrait with boldness and fluidity.
Frank Gehry, one of the greatest architects of all time, designs his first perfume bottle. He began with Marc Newson’s original bottle, stretching the lines into curves. From his sculptural flourish emerges a transparent veil that appears to float in the air. The bottle is topped with a precious hand-polished metal cap like the splash of an airy, imaginary flower.