ANGEL MUSE by THIERRY MUGLER 50ml
The ANGEL MUSE by THIERRY MUGLER 50ml was launched in 1992 and was the very first gourmand fragrance. ANGEL MUSE Eau de parfum is described as a ‘Futuristic Gourmand with the refillable flaçon illustrating a silver eclipse, orbiting the original ANGEL star. The space between is amber-nude glass & is evocative of the Martian surface.
In April 2016, Thierry Mugler will launch the latest addition to the famous gourmand, Angel, the “futuristic – gourmet” Angel Muse. As Angel from 1992 represented the first gourmand perfume, so is the new edition announced as the first gourmand scent of vetiver for women.
“New fragrance, new bottle, new codes: a shock wave is shaking up the Angel galaxy. Angel MUSE, the new Eau de Parfum you will hate to love.”
Angel Muse is here to renew the style of the gourmand fragrance genre. Its accord is luminous and not too sweet; it gradually develops into an elegant gourmand to stimulate our “olfactory appetite”. The composition is developed by Quentin Bisch, containing a sweet accord of hazelnut cream with the elegant, woody and typically masculine character of vetiver balancing the creamy sweetness.
“To make an analogy, you could say that Angel Eau de Parfum is the star, while Angel MUSE orbits around the star and revolves as if around a galaxy.” Christophe de Lataillade, Creative Director for MUGLER fragrances
The bottle design is described as a “cosmic pebble”, made of an elliptical, silver, metal ring with gently ambery, nude glass in the middle which reportedly evokes the surface of Mars.
The face of the perfume is Georgia May Jagger, who followed the steps of her mother Jerry Hall as the face of the Angel perfume line. The photographer of the campaign is Sølve Sundsbø.
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