Marry Me! The New Perfume By Lanvin

I’m sure there’s a reason why Lanvin’s Marry Me! perfume comes out in the middle of the weddings season. I just think it’s brilliant and offensive at the same time.

Think about it! How many people do you know will find this perfume (well, its name) to be a great find and how many would smash the very perfume stands it’s presented on? We’re peacefully starting this week so I’ll stick with the facts, mkay? Those who’ll wear Lanvin’s Marry Me! can be easily recognized by the Tunisian orange and Sambac jasmine combination.

Peach and jasmine tea follows closely, magnolia blossom and rose petals melt in amber and musk final tones. The ad looks lovely, the bottle looks adorable. How about the message, then? (via)

Lanvin Marry Me Perfume ad

Lanvin Marry Me Perfume

4 comments

#1 mdinah on 07.26.10 at 8:59 am

dahling, with all my respects… don’t you think you are getting toooooo philosophycal??? its just an ad, and the message is simple: buy me.
don’t believe on all those subliminal messages the ad agencies tell us…. they are there just to justify the high prices they charge for their services.

#2 Adriana on 07.27.10 at 10:39 am

mdinah: what a revelation, WOW! Thank you, we had not the slightest idea…..

I think this article is written by a lovely romantic soul. I for one am happy such souls are still around. :)

#3 Nat on 07.28.10 at 5:36 pm

Do I smell Miss Dior Chérie?

#4 Adriana on 07.29.10 at 11:27 am

I smell so nice right now, I tried Miss Dior Chérie in my perfumery you see after reading this at last…..hmmm, j’adore…..

I do not agree with Miss and Mrs or Mademoiselle et Madame. Here in the Netherlands every woman is a Mrs or a Madame when she’s 18, so the adult age. It’s off-topic I know but I always want to tell this because it has to do with equality here. :))

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