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BEELIEVE IN FANTASY

Join the Guerlain bee on the trail of a modern fairytale imagined by Begüm Khan, filled with extraordinary dreams turn into magical pieces for the Christmas. Fantastic beasts and exotic flowers mingle with sparkling seasonal surprises in a playful journey through the forest, where magic sparkles with each flutter of a wing or flick of a tail.

Begüm Khan have crafted a spectacular series of exceptional pieces & a whole magical Christmas world, inspired by her menagerie.

“THIS COLLABORATION WITH BEGÜM KHAN IS NO MERE COINCIDENCE.

TWO HISTORIES COME TOGETHER AND COMPLEMENT EACH OTHER. THE HOUSE WAS CHOSEN FOR ITS CULTURE AND BECAUSE IT EMBODIES A PRECIOUS LINK BETWEEN EAST AND WEST.”

Ann-Caroline Prazan

Director of Heritage and Artistic Relations

"I’M A DREAM FACTORY. THIS NEW BESTIARY WORLD WE CREATED FOR GUERLAIN WAS PERFECT PLATFORM FOR MY DREAMS."

Begüm Khan

EXCEPTIONAL BEE BOTTLE

Begüm Khan is sweept the Bee Bottle into her sumptuous world of imaginary animals.

The iconic bottle, in its hand-painted in fine 24-carat gold version, is reinvented as a masterful Métier d’Art piece adorned with Begüm Khan’s iconic beetle.

The Exceptional Piece combines a drive for excellence and a passion for art and for the perfect beauty of nature shared by the two Houses.

The Limited edition bottle is the result of a shared inspiration drawn from the perfect beauty of nature and the sublimation of bestiary.

This masterful piece marks the encounter between the iconic symbol of Guerlain, the Imperial Bee, which has adorned the Bee bottle since 1853, and the beetle, Begüm Khan's favourite animal, considered as an absolute lucky charm.

Surrounded by a myriad of dazzling crystals, the fabulous insect landed majestically on the one-liter Bee Bottle to make it shine.

ROUGE G FANTASY BEE BY BEGÜM KHAN

Begüm Khan added a glamorous twist to the Rouge G case, celebrating the Maison’s symbol, the bee. 

For Begüm, applying lipstick is a symbol of feminine power.

Therefore, she imagined for Guerlain a precious jewel case set with an over-sized bee.

Strongly influenced by nature and the opulence of the East, Begüm Khan’s creations breathe life into a dreamlike world of beasts, crafted from rare and precious materials.

Each case is handcrafted in İstanbul, where a 24-carat gold-plated bronze is meticulously adorned with 280 shimmering gems.

L'ART & LA MATIÈRE CHRISTMAS JEWELLERY PLATES

Begüm has breathed life into an extraordinary bestiary of five exclusive plates. 

The imperial bee, the emblem of Guerlain, joins the designer's favourite animals: the beetle, the tortoise, the frog and the tiger.

Hand-made in Istanbul, each be jewelled plate is meticulously paved with several hundred gems in sparkling colours, celebrating the magic of Maison Guerlain.

IMAGINE GUERLAIN BY BEGÜM KHAN

The Imagine Guerlain, an exceptional piece in a sumptuous celebration of the magic of Christmas.

Begüm Khan has imagined an enchanting bee-flower duo.

At the heart of an asymmetric eminently poetic design, the bee is majestically showcased by 37 sparkling hand-set pavé gems.

Each adornment is hand-craftefted with meticulous artistic craftsmanship that makes each piece unique.

This precious rendezvous is the result of a shared inspiration drawn from the perfect beauty of nature.

Two houses explore together the sublimation of bestiary.

Symbol of the House since 1853, the bee is an exceptional pollinator, particularly offering the world the finest flowers that give perfumers the richest of palettes to compose extraordinary fragrances.

The iconic Bee Bottle is adorned in an imperial bee set at the heart of a voluptuous and sparkling flower.

“I CHOOSE THE BEE BECAUSE THE ICONIC ANIMAL OF GUERLAIN, THE REAL QUEEN, IS THE BEE.”

Begüm Khan

The Art of Gifting by Guerlain: the enchantment of the holiday season, brought to life by the magical flora & fauna of Begüm.

All Christmas windows in 54 global Guerlain stores, all gifting and packaging inspired by Begüm Khan’s bestiary.