Eau Imperiale collection by Groupe GM redesigned

The Eau Imperiale bathroom amenity collection by Groupe GM with French perfumery Guerlain has undergone a redesign

The redesigned Eau Imperiale collection.
The redesigned Eau Imperiale collection.

Hospitality amenity distributor Groupe GM is set to offer a new design for its Eau Impériale collection of bathroom amenities, created for French perfume house Guerlain in 2009. 

The new packaging of the collection will be available to hotel guests from September 2016.

The Guerlain hotel line centres on the Eau de Cologne Impériale, first created in 1853 in homage to Empress Eugénie, the wife of Napoleon III and last empress of France.

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Groupe GM president Laurent Marchand said: "This is a brand with an outstanding story and an intriguing heritage spanning five generations of perfumers over nearly two centuries. We are very pleased to be able to offer the exquisite re-designed collection of the Eau de Cologne Impériale to our most prestigious clients."

The Eau de Cologne Impériale has fresh citrus notes of lemon, bergamot and petitgrain, with the floral addition of neroli.

Featuring a new shampoo, conditioner, shower gel and body lotion design in 55ml, 75ml and 130ml sizes, a 45g glycerine filmed soap, as well as 40g and 80g vegetable cardboard box soaps, the range is now presented on a bespoke tray, with each bottle embossed with the Guerlain logo.

A special VIP box, including one 100ml Eau Impériale, four 55ml amenities bottles, 40g cardboard box soap and 45g glycerine soap will also be available.

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