The Classic Eau de Parfum Airlines, Jean Paul Gaultier takes us on a journey!
The Classique by Jean-Paul Gaultier is a world famous fragrance, which is also known to be the designer’s first olfactory creation. Appeared for the very first time in 1993, it still ranks today as one of the most popular juices in the women’s department. More than 20 years after its release, it continues to be talked about. But then, how does Jean-Paul Gaultier manage to keep the legend alive? The couturier does not hesitate to be inventive and makes limited editions of his star perfume almost every year. In 2020, it is therefore no exception to tradition. However, this time it is aimed at all female travelers. Focus on Le Classique Eau de Parfum Airlines.
The Classique Eau de Parfum Airlines, a fragrance to be found exclusively at airports
The Classic Eau de Parfum Airlines by Jean-Paul Gaultier is not a perfume like the others. As proof, if you want to acquire this limited edition, you will absolutely have to travel! Made in partnership with airports, Le Classique Eau de Parfum Airlines is only presented in Duty Free stores, in boarding areas, just before you jump on your plane! The Classique Eau de Parfum Airlines is therefore aimed at all women who are not afraid to cross borders to pursue their dreams. So, prepare your passport: The Classic Eau de Parfum Airlines is waiting for you!
The Classic Eau de Parfum Airlines, a bottle in the shape of a flight attendant
With Le Classique Eau de Parfum Airlines, the scene is immediately set, as soon as you see your bottle. As in the past, and like its predecessors, Le Classique Eau de Parfum Airlines comes in a glass bottle in the shape of a female bust. Here, Jean-Paul Gaultier’s flesh-colored corset has disappeared, in favor of a tight-fitting, blue dress. At the waist, this dress is also belted with a small headband and a badge bearing the symbol of an airplane. The Classique Eau de Parfum Airlines no longer comes in a tin can but opts this time for a rectangular box, available in blue, white and red colors, which one would think almost borrowed from Air France. An air hostess and a flight attendant surround this bottle. There is no doubt :
The Classic Eau de Parfum Airlines, the unchanged recipe of Jean-Paul Gaultier
If Le Classique Eau de Parfum Airlines is a real novelty in terms of bottling, its recipe remains unchanged. Indeed, it is still the composition developed by Daphné Bugey. As a reminder, this is a surprising juice, whose top notes intoxicate us with a scent of rose, combined with a rum accord. Very feminine, Le Classique Eau de Parfum Airlines continues with a heart of narcissus and vanilla orchid. Finally, it ends with a suave and warm base of sandalwood, amber and tonka bean.