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A scented cloud in front of the Palais de Tokyo

Published on 8 September 2017 By Maïlys C.
Le Nuage Parfumé, installation odorante sur le parvis du Palais de Tokyo

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From 20 October 2017
To 23 October 2017

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The Palais de Tokyo invites Cartier and its perfumes for a modern installation taking part in the FIAC 2017. From October 20 to 23, 2017, come and see and smell “Le Nuage Parfumé”…

In contemporary art museums, we’ve done almost everything: we saw, we heard, we touched, we’ve been in the dark, we tried virtual reality… But we’ve rarely smelled! This invisible experience and yet formidably enticing is offered this autumn by Cartier which perfumes have been making games of seduction get into a state for decades.

For four days, the forecourt of the Palais de Tokyo will be taken over by a glass house housing a cloud. Come on in, smell: here’s your visit! The idea is to offer visitors to experience a sample of the new perfume L’Envol de Cartier on a large scale. This perfume has been created by perfumer Mathilde Laurent and stabilized by Transsolar (who created an air monitoring system at different level especially for the occasion).

Advertising? Yes, maybe. But the experience provided by this USO – Unidentified Scenting Object promises to be much fun! Moreover, it’s free of charge, which is a great asset for a Cartier perfume, isn’t it?

Practical information:
The Scented Cloud – Le Nuage Parfumé
At the Palais de Tokyo
From October 20 to 23, 2017
Admission free of charge upon reservation (available soon)

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