Celebrate Friendship With Nina Ricci’s Nina And Luna

A burst of woody-floral and fruity-floral fragrances, Les Belles De Nina Nina and Luna is dedicated to life’s explorers…

les-belles-de-nina_duo_-nina-nina-luna-_-80-ml-_-aed-345A fragrance with exquisite curves and gourmand accents, to cascading laughter and the thrills of young girls. An unprecedented fragrance dedicated to life’s explorers. A tribe of women in the making, a myriad of girls full of promise, they have the aura and the energy of youth. Free, vivacious, captivating. They enter life as if they were biting into an apple. Nina and Luna by the house of Nina Ricci join forces through tacit recognition, an unwavering bond that needs no words. Except perhaps Les Belles de Nina.




Nina is a bright, sparkling and sensual fragrance imagined by master perfumer Olivier Cresp. The delicate ingredients of fruity-floral Nina brings out the very best of themselves.



An apple shaped bottle with a tempting gentleness that finds its inspiration in the history of the House of Nina Ricci. A worthy heir to Fille d’Eve, a contemporary reinterpretation of the bottle designed by Lalique in 1952 takes form in a delightful and transparently blushing apple shape. Three silver leaves enhance falsely ingenuous curves and promise to devour life.


Available in 80 ml eau de toilette, at retail price AED 345

The trio perfumers of Nina and Luna



Luna is a bold, intense and mysterious fragrance designed by the duo Christophe Raynaud and Marie Salamagne. Echoing Nina, the one created by perfumer Olivier Cresp in 2006, this subtle and complementary tandem writes a new chapter in gourmand fragrances.les-belles-de-nina-3

The bottle of Luna also reinterprets the brand’s Fille d’Eve bottle designed by Lalique in 1952 in the magnetic apple shape in blue and night hues. A leather tie delicately surrounds the neck while two quivering and determined golden leaves, abound with fine promises.

Available in 80 ml eau de toilette, at retail price AED 345

For Les Belles de Nina, Gordon von Steiner produced a cinematographic adventure performed by the inseparable Frida Gustavsson and Jac Jagaciak.


The film features two girls who meet, discover each other, become inseparable and soar together. At their side, their animal totem watches over them. Snowy owl and grey wolf. In the labyrinth of life, they recognise themselves in a joyous certainty and tame themselves without solemnity.


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