For spring 2021, Maison Berger Paris has created a curvaceous bottle inspired by the brand's classic codes, while adding refined and delicate details, thus paying tribute to a contemporary delicacy. The preciousness of the materials and the juxtaposed colours offer a beautiful graphic effect.
The design was created by Rozenn Mainguené, who has been creating and designing for the world of luxury and beauty for 20 years. The "Fleurs de Musc" fragrance is described as emitting a protective warmth and diffuses tuberose to enhance the home.
The brand has entrusted the creation of this hollowed-out faceted bottle to Stoelzle Masnières, which chose the top-of-the-range Luxe N°1 glass, on which a "nude" lacquer has been applied.
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