HELLO India

THE SCENT OF LUXURY

PERFUME TRUNK, LOUIS VUITTON

Inspiration: The Parisian trunk maker introduced the Maison’s first-ever perfume in the late 1920s. Among its exclusive debuts was a trio of unisex scents – Je, Tu and Il – whose bottles were designed to be stacked up in the style of steamer trunks and stored together in a cylindrical box.

USP: As a thoughtful nod to its heritage, the brand has released a special vintage-style leather-and-canvas fragrance case for the well-heeled traveller. Clad

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