Lolita Lempicka Si Lolita by Lolita Lempicka Perfume for Women

August 1, 2009


After several exciting creations, Lolita Lempicka will hit the market again with a new perfume called “Si Lolita” (“So Lolita”). This sweet and off beat fragrance is designed in a clever four leaf clover designed by duo Christine Nagel and Benoist Lapouza. Lolita Lempicka calls it her “good-luck charm scent.”

“The French designer Lolita Lempicka has created her own baroque universe of fashion, fragrance, chocolates, and tees. Everything fits together and is made of love for details. It is a dreamy world and her products seem to be created to step into a garden of flowers and spices where everything is sweet and light. A place where luck and love is waiting for you. This is the first impression from the sensual travel.”

“The four-leave clover stands for ‘bonheur’ – the good wishing intention of the scent. The leaves become hearts on this flacon. Not only the packaging, even the olfactory creation shall evoke the feeling of luck and love. You can see the flacon standing on musslin with red polka-dots. Lolita Lempicka publishes in her diary-styled booklet: “Red ribbon and burgundy-coloured polka dots symbolise the carefree attitude and ardour of a liberated, sensual woman.

Designer Lolita Lempicka takes you through a journey of femininity and contrast. An exquisite journey of creativity and independence. Her fashion creations play on contrast to modernization. The result is feminine and seductive. Like her designs, the Lolita Lempicka fragrance is an outstanding example of what Lolita Lempicka has to offer.


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