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Guerlain x Maison Matisse

Guerlain unveils an artistic collaboration of the highest quality.

Guerlain x Maison Matisse
Guerlain x Maison Matisse

Guerlain x Maison Matisse

Long-time fans of luxury beauty brand Guerlain will know that the beloved French company has hosted some remarkable artistic collaborations over the years. The multi-year Terracotta limited edition collections with Pucci remain some of the best packaging to date. What makes them special is that the Guerlain team works tirelessly to translate the character and vision of both brands into fragrance and beauty products. Throughout the years, generations of Guerlain perfumers have been inspired by avant-garde artists of their time, and have looked to them to help inspire and enhance their creations.

Guerlain x Maison Matisse
Guerlain x Maison Matisse

This spring sees another remarkable collaboration, this time with the estate of painter Henri Matisse. Maison Matisse, a design house founded by family members of one of the greatest artists of the 20th century and the sublime master of colour dubbed the “Painter of Happiness” has worked with Guerlain for a limited edition that expresses the joy and colour of Matisse. Founded in 2019 by Jean-Matthieu Matisse, the painter’s great-grandson, as a way to celebrate and share the daring values of this versatile artist, Maison Matisse offers decorative objects and furniture designed by emerging and renowned contemporary designers.

Guerlain perfumer Thierry Wasser in the jasmine fields
Guerlain perfumer Thierry Wasser in the jasmine fields

To start, Guerlain perfumers have composed Couleur Bonheur, a modern fruity chypre fragrance filled with olfactory colours as sunny and bright as the artist’s palette. This precious perfume extract will be exclusive to the Maison Matisse Bee Bottle.

Meanwhile, for the L’Art & La Matière collection, the partnership has led to a further three special editions. Hearts, jasmine blossoms and leaves come together alongside an exclusive olfactory masterpiece inspired by the 1950 artwork, “The Thousand and One Nights”, to create Guerlain’s new Jasmin Bonheur fragrance complete with stunning decorative plate.

Guerlain Jasmin Bonheur fragrance
Guerlain Jasmin Bonheur fragrance

The NEW Jasmin Bonheur expresses a colourful jasmine tinted with joyous nuances – radiant orange with an apricot note, vibrant violet with powdery iris and tender pink with rose – for which the Guerlain perfumer Daphne Jelk drew inspiration from the dazzling palette of Henri Matisse. It’s a perfect picture of happiness expressed in scent. She takes jasmine and floods it with sunshine.

Guerlain Jasmin Bonheur fragrance
Guerlain Jasmin Bonheur fragrance

“I created a wonderfully elegant jasmine by tinting this white flower with joyful tones, just like Matisse, a painter who expressed the art of happiness so masterfully.” – Guerlain perfumer Daphne Jelk

Artistic Editions in Collaboration with Maison Matisse

Faithfully inspired by Henri Matisse’s painting, the artwork developed by Maison Matisse exclusively for Guerlain is designed as an olfactory portrait that turns Jasmin Bonheur and Figue Azur into editions of true artistry.

Its vibrant design is also echoed on an edition of the Figue Azur candle.

The Guerlain x Maison Matisse Collection is available at Guerlain.com

54 Comments

  • Reply
    Gabrielle
    January 7, 2024 at 12:36 pm

    This is so on brand for Guerlain – timeless but effortlessly modern and of course artistic!

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    Susan T.
    December 23, 2023 at 1:10 pm

    This is such an interesting idea! It makes sense to look to art for fragrance innovations. If you love the art then you’ll like the fragrance inspired by it too!

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    Paula S.
    September 19, 2023 at 5:45 pm

    Jasmine is one of my favorite fragrances. I know I would really love the Guerlain Jasmin Bonheur fragrance! I would love to have it!

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    Paula S.
    July 13, 2023 at 4:25 pm

    I would love to have the Guerlain Jasmin Bonheur fragrance! From the description, it sounds amazing!

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