On May 1,1561, King Charles IX of France received a lily of the valley as a lucky charm. He decided to offer the flower to the ladies of his court each year, and as a result, it is now custom to give a lily of the valley, the symbol of springtime, on May 1. To honor this rite of the season, Guerlain offers its own lily of the valley fragrance, Muguet, once a year for a limited time.
Dreamed up by Jean-Paul Guerlain, Muguet is offered as a token of luck, the promise of making the most of each moment.
Lively, green and capricious, this fragrance heralds the arrival of spring.
- Top: Green Notes.
- Heart: Lily of the Valley, Lilac.
- Base: Jasmine, Rose. The green Muguet 60 ml eau de toilette bottle features a collaboration with Gripoix Ateliers to create a unique jewel inspired from a vintage set.
Gripoix is a Parisian house of couture jewelry creation founded in 1869. The bottle's jewel is created using the art of "pate de verre", a unique skill used by only a handful of craftsmen.