“14.2 Costume Liquide”: The New Creation of the Iris Fragrance Series by Pierre Guillaume
With "14.2 Costume Liquide", the French niche brand presents the third unisex fragrance in its Iris fragrance series.
Created by Pierre Guillaume himself, the fragrance opens with a spicy-floral accord of pepper and peony that combines with a note of iris. Then, essences of Haitian vetiver provide a woody and earthy note, while basil and violet leaves add fresh and green nuances.
The fragrance's name, "Costume Liquide," means "liquid costume" and is meant to embody the feeling of confidence and elegance one feels when wearing a tailored suit. "14.2 Costume Liquide" is part of the Iris fragrance series, which already includes "14 Iris Oriental" and "14.1 Cuir d'Iris". Codenamed "Iris Super-Ombré", the collection is intended to offer an olfactory journey through the various nuances of the iris fragrance.
In 2002, Pierre Guillaume, then only 25 years old, founded his perfume house, Parfumerie Générale. The very next year, he launched his first fragrance collection called "Collection Croisière," inspired by Guillaume's passion for travel and shipping. Since then, Pierre Guillaume has established himself as one of the leading fragrance brands, releasing numerous award-winning scents and fragrance collections.
A transparent, angular glass bottle with a black cap captures the new fragrance in simple elegance.
The fragrance is available in bottle sizes of 50 ml and 100 ml.