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Embracing Sustainability and Craftsmanship: The Preciousness of Mugler Fragrances

At Mugler, sustainability is at the core of our values. We take immense pride in our French heritage and the meticulous craftsmanship that goes into creating our iconic perfume bottles. Discover all about the timeless beauty of our luxurious, refillable fragrances bottles.
09 apr 2024

Fearless designs, technical innovations

Mugler has always been known for its fearless and avant-garde bottle designs. Our visionary founder, Manfred Thierry Mugler, and his team pushed the boundaries of creativity and technical innovation. The star-shaped glass vessel of the Angel "Étoile Collection" bottle, deemed impossible to make, became a reality through a breakthrough industrial process developed by the skilled glassmakers at Verreries Brosse. This rotating mold technique ensured an even layer of glass on each faceted branch, resulting in a truly remarkable bottle.

Bottles too precious to go

The Mugler bottles are not just vessels for fragrance; they are works of art to keep preciously and endlessly. That is why Mugler has been a pioneer in responsible luxury since 1992, introducing the concept of refillable bottles long before sustainability became an industry buzzword. With over 10,000 Mugler Fountains available worldwide and 100% of our Mugler Eau de Parfum range being rechargeable, we offer our customers the opportunity to recharge their perfumes at our fountains in stores or at home with refills. This commitment to meaningful luxury has made Mugler the leader in the refillable fragrance category, with a remarkable 60% market share worldwide.

Mugler's dedication to sustainability is evident in every aspect of its brand philosophy. From the preciousness of its flasks to the French savoir-faire behind them, Mugler showcases the harmonious blend of luxury and environmental consciousness. By embracing sustainable practices, Mugler not only creates exceptional fragrances but also contributes to a more sustainable future for generations to come.

Credits photo : Olivier Löser

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