Ten months of 2015 have passed, and Guerlain has reached its yearly goal of releasing ten new fragrances. Luca Turin said that "Guerlain surely ought to slow down and do better," but 2015 has given us a few very good Guerlain scents. The best were without doubt the two spicy perfumes Habit Rouge Dress Code and Ne m'Oubliez Pas. Other than that, Guerlain has released La Petite Robe Noire Eau Fraîche, Aqua Allegoria Teazzurra, L'Homme Idéal Cologne, Shalimar Cologne, Mon Exclusif, Le Bouquet de la Mariée, Le Plus Beau Jour de ma Vie (the EdP version of the latter), and lastly the fragrance "Flacon Tortue", a reworking of Parfum du 68 for the reissued Baccarat tortoise bottle.
The year has also witnessed a reissue of Vetiver Pour Elle from 2004, renamed Carmen Le Bolshoï to serve as this year's Moscow exclusive. In addition, we got the usual yearly edition of Muguet, as well as a long list of special bottle editions for La Petite Robe Noire and Shalimar. Finally, Petit Guerlain was offered in a 100 ml atomizer edition. What has disappointed us the most about 2015 is how little Guerlain did to mark the 90th anniversary of Shalimar.
See Guerlain news 2015
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