- Fragrance description
- About the brand
Fragrance description Lanvin RumeurIngredients
Lanvin Rumeur is a seductive, mysterious, and enchanting fragrance which surrounds the women who wear it like an irresistible haze. At first Rumeur breathes at you a fresh aroma of magnolia freshly in bloom followed by a secret hidden in its heart where white rose merges with lilac and precious jasminum sambac intoxicates you by its magic tones. Its base contains exotic joyful patchouli and sensually brave musk. Thanks to this exclusive and sensual mixture of aromas you will always draw all the attention, as nobody can resist this refreshing floral fragrance. This ingenious and timeless perfume by Lanvin is excellent for any occasion and season.
Lanvin Rumeur is specially designed for women who look for lightness, smoothness, and luxury.
- Top notes
- Middle notes
- Jasmine, Lilac, Rose
- Base notes
- Musk, Patchouli
- Fragrance category
- floral, woody
About the brand Lanvin
The Lanvin fragrance compositions are exciting and well-designed down to the last note. They will always cheer you up and give your style a touch of the legendary French charm and Parisian elegance.
One of the oldest Parisian fashion houses was founded in 1889 – but the days when it was only offering fashion and accessories are long gone. By now, many Lanvin perfumes have captured the hearts of women across continents. All Lanvin fragrances are fresh, timeless, and always elegant. The legendary Lanvin Arpège, created by the brand’s founder Jeanne Lanvin for her daughter’s birthday, will pamper you with its unmistakable vanilla and sandalwood notes.
The velvety softness of lilac, peach, and peonies combines in the intoxicating Lanvin Éclat d’Arpège, while the Modern Princess Eau de Parfum uses its sparkling fruity-floral composition to celebrate a modern woman who creates her own destiny. Or you can enjoy the Lanvin Marry Me! – just as dazzling as true love. Its purely floral heart gives it en enchanting quality, while the musk and cedar wood create a harmonious base.