Petite Chérie tells the story of a wonderful garden, where a pear tree blooms next to a rose bush in bloom. Neither a woman nor a girl, Petite Chérie takes a pear and discovers the tenderness of a kiss between the flower and the fruit.
This story of flowers expressing their joy comes to life under the colorful threads of talented embroiderer Ellie MacDonald . Flowers embroidered with carefully selected threads come to dress the Petite Cherie bottle, which is colored with a soft green celadon for a limited edition and romantic bottle.
It is through embroidery that the Goutal House, a Limited Edition bottle, illustrates the history of its iconic Petite Chérie and Rose Pompon perfumes. To do this, the Goutal House uses the talented English embroiderer Ellie MacDonald, who, like her, is inspired by the poetry of nature. She visually tells the story of the two iconic perfumes Petite Chérie and Rose Pompon and their emblem flower: the rose. These two fragrances where roses and other flowers express her joy have naturally inspired Ellie in a colorful creation. The motif was first embroidered by hand, using carefully selected shades of colour, and then reproduced on the bottle labels on Jacquard looms.
The perfumed tales of Petite Cherie and Rose Pompon come to life under the colorful threads of Ellie Mac.