Chandeliers made of 8,850 crystals will hang in the Grand Musée du Parfum in Paris, with the exhibition taking 150 hours to install
Thierry Mugler's Angel is considered to be the first ever gourmand scent
To celebrate the 25th birthday of its flagship fragrance, Angel, Thierry Mugler is holding a ‘fairy-like’ exhibition of lights at the Grand Musée du Parfum in Paris.
The exhibition, which will be open until 19 February, is in the garden of the museum and aims to create a fairy-garden atmosphere, with light-shows, chandeliers in the form of umbrellas and illuminations highlighting 50 miniature Angel bottles, which are shaped like stars.. . .
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