The Louvres asked France top perfume creators to come up with fragrances to go with some of their greatest treasures, including the “Venus de Milo.”
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The Louvre in Paris has asked two of France's top "noses" -- otherwise known as perfume creators -- to come up with fragrances to go with some of its greatest treasures.For now there will be no perfume for "Mona Lisa" -- the museum's most famous work -- who will guard her fragrance, like so much else, secret.Museum spokesman Adel Ziane said the idea of the perfumes was "to help wake all the senses of visitors as they view the work at the Louvre.The eight different fragrances will be uncorked and will also go on sale at the pop-up shop from July 3 until January next year.
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