Parisian perfume house Le Galion is revamping Eau Noble, its iconic eau de parfum created 50 years ago. The new flacon retains the brand’s emblematic design touches from the 1930’s.
Eau Noble, a fragrance from Le Galion first created in 1972, has been redesigned by its original designer, Pierre Dinand in collaboration with his grandson, Jules Dinand. The updated flacon (UPG France) recalls the first bottle’s flask-like shape, in contrast to the tubular flacons characteristic of the brand’s perfume range. A white label (ADIC) adorns the concave facing. Printed on micro embossed Fedrigoni’s Tintoretto Gesso stock, the label is hot stamped in black.
The bottle is topped with black magnetic cap (Technicaps) and features Silgan Dispensing’s Orchestra pump and NoC "invisible" dip tube. The fragrances are nestled in a recycled foam insert (Cellutec) inside minimalist white boxes sporting black hot foil embossing of the house's logo and signature.
Composed by Givaudan perfumer Rodrigo Flores-Roux, the eau de parfum, blending notes of rhubarb, blood orange, ginger and cedar, is priced at €180 for 100ml.
Box designLe Galion
Bottle DesignPierre and Jules Dinand
PerfumerRodrigo Flores-Roux (Givaudan)