|This article relies on references to primary sources. (February 2011)|
|Fragrance by Jeanne Lanvin|
|Tagline||Promise her anything, but give her Arpège|
After perfumers André Fraysse and Paul Vacher had created the perfume for Jeanne Lanvin, one story relates that she offered it to her daughter Marguerite as a thirteenth birthday present, and asked her to name it. Lanvin's daughter, already an accomplished musician, called it "Arpège" ("arpeggio"). 
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- Lanvin Arpege fragrance