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L'Ambre des Merveilles
Eau de Parfum Spray

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Product code: 1168871RRP €116.00
€232.00Per100ml
50ML €116.00 each
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HERMÈS L'Ambre des Merveilles Eau de Parfum Spray
50ML €116.00 each
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Product Information

 

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

THE CREATION

With L’Ambre des Merveilles Eau de Parfum, perfumer Jean-Claude Ellena continues its exploration of an enchanted world with the uniqueness of amber to enrich the Eau des Merveilles constellation with its woody and amber theme.

 

OLFACTORY NOTES

The woody and amber Eau de Parfum blends a captivating amber, a deep patchouli and a voluptuous Balsam of Peru.

 

BOTTLE

On the emblematic star-spangled magnifying-glass Merveilles bottle, the magic grows ever deeper with the orange gradient embracing the sunny shade of amber. The top of the spray is engraved with the house’s saddle nail seal.

 

THE EAU DES MERVEILLES CONSTELLATION

The third opus of the Hermès Merveilles constellation, L’Ambre des Merveilles extends this enchanting collection with a mysterious and captivating distillation. 

 

Since 2004, Eau des Merveilles has been a key that opens the door to the wonders of Hermès. From innocence to fantasy, from childhood dreams to femininity, it is a world where the extraordinary is brought into the light. Year after year, we are transported on an air of poetic enchantment. Captured in their round bottles resembling a magnifying glass, the fragrances have the magical power to see the world from new and marvellous angles. It is the key to wonders, the origin of stars in broad day light.