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Ladies and gentlemen, rejoice, summer is finally here! With it, its never-ending sunsets, its dream beaches and far-away destinations… Time to take all your summer essentials out of the closet: your glasses, flowery dresses, sandals… But summer trends don’t stop at your wardrobe; your olfactory identity too has to adapt. It is time to empower your summer with MUGLER fragrances. New sensual trails, solar fragrances, and countless delicious and addictive pleasures, easier to wear when the heat is out of control. At MUGLER, we have all the best summer fragrances to indulge in the season. What are the best summer fragrances for women? Here you will find everything to pick a summer perfume.
20 Jun 2022
Cosmic Mother's Day

Angel Iced Star

This year, Angel returns in a new Eau de Toilette, Angel Iced Star... A fresh breeze blows over the Angel galaxy, perfect to keep cool on this summer season.

Can We Create A Fragrance Without Using Flowers?

Towards the end of the 19th century, perfume ingredients were gradually enriched with synthetic notes. These were intended to replace rare natural ingredients, to substitute synthetic perfume ingredients from increasingly protected animal species, or to invent new notes beyond the natural world.

These synthetic molecules were obtained from chemical reactions or isolates created from natural ingredients. The arrival of these new notes brought a renewed abstraction and creativity to fragrances and saw the rise of new classics in perfumery. However, these notes are often seen by the general public as being of a lower quality than the ones used in all natural perfumes. They are, perhaps, unaware that some synthetic notes are much more complicated and expensive to produce than some natural raw ones.

Embracing technological progress once again, MUGLER very quickly adopted the notion of skillfully combining natural ingredients and molecules extracted through science to create extraordinary fragrances. Doesn’t this fusion of opposites fit in with the futuristic vision of nature shaped by the hand of man borrowed from its creator? A way of creating “augmented” fragrances. Fragrances that are more original, more liberated, more daring. Our addictive fragrances therefore give synthetic notes pride of place, mixing artifice and naturalness with precision and harmony. A way of also innovating, without exhausting the Earth’s natural resources, and creating responsible luxury. So, there we have it: it is possible to create a perfume without using flowers and without it being stripped of poetry and quality. How? Here’s how we managed it with four cult MUGLER fragrances.
08 May 2021

How to put on perfume?

Want to know how-to put-on perfume so that it has the best chance of lasting on your skin?
05 May 2020

How to make perfume last longer?

Luckily, there are a few things you can do to help keep your favourite scent on your skin longer, so you can enjoy the sensual smell all day long.
15 Apr 2020

The Fall Winter 2020 Collection

Emphasing eros, the Mugler Collection for Fall Winter 2020 is a seductive evolution of Casey Cadwallader's triumphant, body-positive futurism.
12 Mar 2020

Patchouli: infinite sensuality

The legendary Angel fragrance continues to evoke the most intimate memories and awaken the senses. With its Ambery Gourmand trail, Angel has created a revolutionary signature scent.

11 Dec 2019

The secrets of Angel, MUGLER’s signature fragrance

The first fragrance created by MUGLER and the first “gourmand” trail in the history of perfumery, combined with an impossibly elaborate star-shaped bottle and a unique relationship with the women who wear it...
03 Dec 2019

The Complete Guide to Perfume

A perfume has the power to capture and captivate, veiling you in a tantalising shroud of mystery and effortlessly asserting your personality and femininity.
21 Nov 2019
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