The name Lalique is all about the promise of the interplay between precious fragrance compositions and glass art. As soon as you mention the name Lalique to collectors of flaçons, you will notice how their eyes really light up; this is because some of the most beautiful fragrance flaçons made in the last century had "R. Lalique" engraved in small letters, and have therefore become real collector’s items. In 1886, René Lalique established his goldsmith business, before presenting his exceptional art work at the Paris World’s Fair a year later. Today, the name Lalique is the epitome of perfect goldsmith work in the art nouveau style, mesmerising both young and old. Today’s incredibly diverse range of products is the result of a limitless source of inspiration for new creations; the range has also included a particularly stylish selection of sophisticated perfumes since 1992, all of which are the epitome of sensuality, grace and elegance thanks to their luxurious glass flaçons. Lalique’s flaçons have always been really special, still forming part of museum exhibitions all over the world even today.