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Frederic Malle, Liberty Celebrate Anniversary

December 12, 2013

Repackaging initiative for five years working together.

 
Frédéric Malle and Liberty are celebrating their five-year anniversary, and to commemorate the occasion, Frédéric Malle has sorted through the archives at Liberty to give his perfume bottles a brand new look.
 
Each of the 18 hand-selected prints pulled from the archives matches a perfume in the Frédéric Malle collection and has been used to create a limited series of boxes that illustrate the link between perfumes and color, noted the company. This exclusive packaging is the perfect holiday gift for any Frédéric Malle fan and is available at Liberty and Frédéric Malle Editions de Parfum.
 
Frédéric has also introduced a must-have, limited-edition candle for the holidays, Joyeux Noël, which is a collaboration with Dominique Ropion and is the ideal scent for the holidays. The candle is available for $95 at Frédéric’s newly renovated website, FredericMalle.com.
 
 
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