Arpege was launched by the design house of Lanvin in 1927. The name was chosen by the daughter of the perfumer from the music term arpeggio as she was involved in music. Arpege stands as one of the true classics of French perfume, a luxurious fragrance renowned as much for its rich and luxurious floral bouquet as for the timeless art of its bottle. The beautiful figures on the bottle represent mother and daughter (wife and daughter of the perfumer, Andre Fraysse) getting ready for the ball.
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