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LE FRENCHY


Guerlain has released a new addition to the masculine Parisien line, called Le Frenchy. The French Tricolour, to which the name alludes, is represented in the packaging, with a red wooden frame, a bluish juice, and white and blue writing. According to Guerlain, the scent is an EdP reworking of Jacques Guerlain's Eau de Verveine, with notes of bergamot, lemon, verbena, petitgrain, neroli, lavender, vetiver, and ambergris. Jean-Paul Guerlain also created an Eau de Verveine in 1983, which was different from the Jacques Guerlain version.

The Parisien line was initially reserved for reissues of discontinued fragrances, however, in 2010, the brand-new Arsène Lupin duo joined the collection. In 2016, Arsène Lupin Dandy and L'Âme d'un Héros (formerly Coriolan) were taken out of production. Photo of Le Frenchy by u_smells_good on Instagram.
(September 2017)


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