The history of Lalique has always been closely linked to perfumery. When Marie-Claude, the granddaughter of René Lalique, created the eponymous scent "Lalique de Lalique" in 1992, her initiative was more than legitimate.
When bottle collectors hear the name Lalique, they get bright eyes. Because many of the most beautiful antique perfume bottles have a small "R. Lalique "engraved. Since 1886, the name Lalique is the epitome of the goldsmith and glass art of Art Nouveau. Today, the house Lalique combines the crystal art with its own exquisite scents creations. The interplay of glass art and precious perfumes makes the fragrances to very special luxury products within the exclusive universe of haute perfumery.