In the most beautiful way possible, Alexander Vreeland pays tribute to his grandmother, Diana Vreeland, a major figure in fashion and Editor-in-Chief of American Vogue in the 1960s, by creating five fragrances.

These five color block bottles embody her passion for color, an oversized stopper representing her taste for oversized proportions, and finally a bottle emblematic of the 1920s, manufactured according to the rules of traditional French craftsmanship.