An iconic building dedicated to the art of beauty.
First opening its doors in 1939, L’Institut Guerlain 68, Champs-Élysées is an iconic building, symbolizing the creativity and expertise of the brand. Renowned designers such as Jean-Michel Frank, Christian Bérard, Diego Giacometti, Maxime d’Angeac and Andrée Putman have contributed to the evolution of its architecture and décor.
A few years ago, L’Institut Guerlain underwent a transformation with the aid of esteemed American architect Peter Marino and reopened in the autumn of 2013. The space encompasses 17,222 square feet sprawled across four levels, making it the largest perfume and cosmetic store devoted to one House.
This historic brand continues to revolutionize the beauty industry with its precise skin treatments and healing massages that incorporate techniques from Eastern and Western practices. Guests here can look forward to a program tailored to their needs so that they leave feeling elegantly refreshed. Other treasures to be discovered here are the 68 Eau de Parfum and Les Délices du 68, an exclusive range of teas.