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  • 4711
    4711 is a 220 year old brand with an exceptionally rich history. 4711 is a traditional German Eau de Cologne by Maurer & Wirtz. Because it has been produced in Cologne since at least 1799, it is allowed to use the geographical indication Original Eau de Cologne. The brand has been expanded to various other perfumes and products besides the original Echt Kelnisch Wasser, which has used the same formula for more than 200 years. Today, the 4711 scent is as popular as ever. With a largely unchanged formulation that continues to scintillate and delight the senses, it is a firm favourite all around the world. The latest Eau de Cologne is 4711 Nouveau, a delicious and energizing fragrance that marks the 220th birthday of the prestigious house of 4711.
  • Acqua Di Parma Acqua Di Parma
    Acqua di Parma celebrates the artisanship of Italy in a collection of iconic fragrance and skincare. The stately and historic Acqua di Parma brand has offered niche perfumery since 1916. That same year the iconic Acqua di Parma Colonia scent was created; its light and fresh fragrance so far removed from fragrance on offer at the time that it quickly became a cult product. Today, Acqua di Parma preserves Italian classic - Aqua di Parma - it reproduces the old fragrances and successfully starting new projects, such as aromatherapy, fragrances for interiors, leather galantry, it still operates with the same values of refinement, quality and tradition, and is exclusively produced in Italy.
  • Aerin
    Aerin is an American global luxury lifestyle brand inspired by the signature style of its founder, Aerin Lauder. With an inspiration taken from art, travel, fashion and design, Aerin designs are based on the premise that living beauty should be refined and effortless. The creative force behind a perfume and beauty brand which simply bears her own first name: Aerin Lauder is a granddaughter of Estée Lauder. Aerin joined the Estée Lauder brand in 1995 and in 2004 she took the title of Senior Vice President, Creative Director, heralding an exciting time for the brand. In 2007, Aerin Lauder got to express her love of fragrance with a very special project, Private Collection Tuberose Gardenia. Two more creations followed, in this exclusive Estée Lauder line: Private Collection Jasmine White Moss, and Private Collection Amber Ylang Ylang – each of them a ‘spin’ on a serendipitous find: a 20-year-old, unfinished Private Collection blend which had been hidden in a vault by Estée herself for 20 years. And then: the moment came for Aerin Lauder to launch her own signature line of fragrances. Today designer Aerin Lauder has 25 perfumes in the fragrance base. Being a perfectionist, Aerin worked on each fragrance to have a touch of the unexpected, while delving into her treasure chest of glorious travel memories. ‘Evening Rose is like a memorable night - it is feminine, it is luxurious, with added note of Cognac - this is the fragrance Aerin feels is closest to something her grandmother might have created. 2017 saw the launch of two new trios, the first of which is a gilded line-up of sumptuous, intense eaux de parfum to sit alongside Rose de Grasse d’Or. Tangier Vanille d’Or, Amber Musk d’Or and Evening Rose d’Or will not only appeal to devotees of the original fragrances, but seduce lovers of sensual, opulent scents everywhere.
  • Ajmal Perfumes
    Ajmal Perfumes occupies a unique niche in the world of perfumery in the Middle East. was founded by Haji Ajmal Ali in the early 1950s, in Assam, India. Ajmal is a brand with a rich heritage acquired through over 70 years of experience and know-how in the art of perfumery. In 1950s Haji Ajmal Ali became a supplier of Agarwood and Dahn Al Oudh from Mumbai, India; he later on moved to manufacturing of fragrances and becoming a premier supplier of fragrances to the Middle East. In 1976 the company operations were moved to Dubai where Ajmal launched its first "Mukhallat" (Arabic for concoction). In 1987 it is the first who brings the magical notes of Dahn Al Oudh to the global audience. Today Ajmal has a vast portfolio of the finest and the most captivating oriental fragrances to meet changing customer preferences and current international trends. Ajmal takes great pride in the fact that all its fragrances have been conceived, created, developed and manufactured in house. The raw materials sourced for the various perfumes that the company manufactures are sourced only from their own plantations across Assam and North Eastern regions of India, or from the internationally renowned suppliers, known for their high-quality standards. Ajmal essential oils are supplied to internationally famous perfume houses. Designer Ajmal has 250 perfumes in its fragrance base, the earliest known and dated edition - Dahn Al Oudh Jazaab, Dahn Al Oudh Maysaam, Carbon, Chemystery, Ahbab, etc. - were created in 2000, and the newest - Hayba, Verde - are from 2020.
  • Alexandre.J
    Alexandre.J is a new fragrance brand from France. An architect of materials, Alexandre.J reinvented the notion of fragrance by turning it into an object of luxury. The earliest edition was created in 2012. Each fragrance explores a wide range of olfactory notes ideally dosed for a unique composition. The raw materials used are noble and valuable, as each of them reacts differently to heat, a slow development process is carried out to reach a perfect balance.
  • Al Haramain Perfumes
    Al Haramain Perfumes is based in United Arab Emirates. The brand was established in 1970 by Kazi Abdul Haque, a trader of agarwood, Dehnal oud, and other precious perfume ingredients. Today the Al Haramain Group is a fast growing brand under the innovative leadership of a seasoned businessman, entrepreneur and a trendsetter Mohammed Mahtabur Rahman. Al Haramain aims to be a world leader in fine perfumery and is associated with quality worldwide. Its success is founded on the age-old art of perfumery, the rich regional perfume traditions, the superior craftsmanship to compliment it and the excellent quality of the ethically sourced raw materials enabling to create unique editions to meet the tastes and preferences of the discerning customers. Designer Al Haramain Perfumes has 239 perfumes in its fragrance base, the earliest edition - White Leather - was created in 2000 and the newest - Al Haramain Oud Patchouli, Manege Rouge, Tanasuk (2019), Amber Oud Tobacco Edition, Junoon Rose, L'Aventure Intense, Opulett Saffron, Opulent Sapphire, Portfolio Collection - are from 2019.
  • Amouage
    Amouage is a luxury brand devoted to developing the finest quality perfumes, bath and body ranges, scented candles, silk scarves and hand-crafted leather accessories. Founded in 1983 in Oman, the brand has a reputation for expressing a luxury lifestyle and bringing true artistry to all its creations. Amouage uses traditional for the Middle East perfume ingredients such as agarwood, incense, musk, rose and spices. The developers of the scents come from the major fragrance and flavour companies. The premium olfactory fragrances are created to enhance the senses, allowing for an alluring, exotic experience, while the extension of the brand reflects innovation, and allows Amouage to set itself apart from other perfume houses.
  • Amouroud
    Operating under parent company Perfumer’s Workshop, niche fragrance designer Amouroud is based in the United States. The Amouroud fragrances are born out of legacy of the custom blending concept. Since 1970, Perfumer's Workshop has pioneered many aspects of the modern business of making fragrance.The perfumes are of exceptionally high quality, extremely refined, perfectly proportioned and beautifully balanced. Each maintains its beauty, signature and character.
  • Annick Goutal Annick Goutal
    The High Perfumery House of Annick Goutal, founded in France in 1981, is guided by the legacy of its founder Annick Goutal, and the vision of its noses Camille Goutal and Isabelle Doyen. Its remarkable sophistication and the excellent quality of its raw materials characterize each and every unique creation, and make for a collection of exceptional scents. The secret of Annick Goutal's success lies in the ability to transform emotions into fragrances. The very personal and avant-garde fragrances of the House quickly win over a clientele of connoisseurs and artists. Each one is delicate and radiant, fresh and full of character, and represents a moment of happiness, a treasured emotion, or a powerful memory connected to a significant event or a loved one. In an effort to offer the most authentic ingredients and the most environmentally friendly products, the Maison Goutal strives to adhere to green principles at every stage in the development process.
  • Arquiste
    Arquiste is a new fragrance brand that was founded in New York in 2011 by Carlos Huber, an architect specializing in Historic Preservation. It is this background that lays foundation for the rich tapestry of Arquiste perfumes that transport the wearer to unlock personal revelations and experience history in a most intimate way, harnessing the seductive power of scent. Meticulously researched using authentic sources and crafted with only the rarest of ingredients, each fragrance restores the olfactive experience of a particular time and place. Designer Arquiste has 19 perfumes in its fragrance base, the earliest edition - Aleksandr, Anima Dulcis, Boutonniere No.7 - were created in 2012 and the newest - Misfit - is from 2019: twelve luxurious fragrances that transport you from Italian fields to Japanese galleons, French opera houses to 70s discos, ranging from citrusy, summery scents, to mysterious spicy and woody ones.
  • Atkinsons
    Atkinsons is a famous perfume brand established in 1799 in London by James Atkinson, who became the official perfumer to the Royal Court of England and to the most aristocratic clientelle worldwide. Its notable customers included the Duke of Wellington, Admiral Lord Nelson, Beau Brummell, Sarah Bernhardt, Emma, Lady Hamilton, the Tsar of Russia and the King of Italy. After a long dormant period, the brand is now owned by the Italian-based company Perfume Holding, and was relaunched in September 2013. Drawing on over 200 years of British style and eccentricity, Atkinsons offers a complete fragrance, bath and grooming and home collection, carefully modernised yet still resolutely faithful to the strong tradition of English perfumery. Reinventing heritage fragrance, the unconventional Atkinsons collections for men and women are full of profoundly British character. Designer Atkinsons has 61 perfumes in its fragrance base, the earliest edition - White Rose - was created in 1860 and the newest - Tulipe Noire, The Other Side of Oud, Oud Save The Queen, Oud Save The King Extrait, 24 Old Bond Street Triple Extrait, The Joss Flower - are from 2019.
  • Bois 1920
    In 1920 Guido Galardi experimented with the many perfumes and natural fragrances that had long enchanted him. He fulfilled his dream by opening the Bottega Italiana Spigo in Florence. Guido Galardi's grandson Enzo entered the business in 1985, and in 2005 he founded Bois 1920 in honor of his grandfather, reinterpreting Guido´s original formulas using only the most exclusive raw materials, creating innovative and unique and charming olfactory compositions with true lasting power. Guido Galardi´s dream breathes again in a new millennium. In 2012 Bois 1920 was selected among the best five olfactory expressions at the Fifi Awards (the Oscars of perfumery) in New York. Today Bois 1920 represents the added value in the niche perfumery sector playing an active role towards new olfactory versions that need to be explored and worn. Oro 1920 and Oro Nero, renowned olfactory masterpieces of the collection Bois 1920 are joined by the formidably elegant Oro Bianco and the sensual Oro Rosso.
  • Bond No. 9
    Bond No. 9 is an American perfume brand founded in 2003 by Laurice Rahme and named after the address of its headquarters. The inspirations for its fragrances are derived from the multi-faceted lifestyle of the city of New York, each fragrance representing a specific downtown, midtown, or uptown neighbourhoods and the surrounding areas; of late the brand diversified to include Dubai, Harrods and Swarovski. The brand demonstrates a refreshing approach to the artistry of scent. Designer Bond No. 9 has 137 perfumes in its fragrance base, the earliest editions - Chez Bond, Fashion Avenue, Eau de Noho, Broadway Nite and other - were created in 2003.The latest editions are Jones Beach (2019), Gold Coast (2019), New Bond Street (2018), Lafayette Street (2018), Dubai Platinum (2018), Governors Island (2018) and Le Parfum Du Salon (2018).
  • Borghese
    Borghese is an Italian cosmetic company founded in 1958 by Princess Marcella Borghese, a member of the noble family of Borghese. In 2000 the company was acquired by Georgette Mosbacher. Today Borghese combine the tradition of classic Italian beauty and modern sensibility in its collection of lip colour and skincare products, attuned to all the pleasures of nature and luxury of total pampering. The earliest fragrance edition was released in 1978. Il Baco Eau de Parfum is the houses famous fragrance, released in 1993 and is still in production.
  • Bottega Veneta
    Bottega Veneta is an Italian leather goods and fashion design house, established in 1966 by Michele Taddei and Renzo Zengiaro in Vicenza, in the Veneto region of Italy. With its feminine aesthetic and signature intrecciato leather goods, the label is one of the most iconic fashion houses in the world. Designer Bottega Veneta has 30 perfumes in its fragrance base, the earliest edition - Bottega Veneta - was created in 2011 and the newest - Illusione for Her, Illusione for Him - are from 2019.
  • Boucheron
    Boucheron is a French luxury jewellery and watches house located in Paris, 26 Place Vendôme, owned by Kering. The name Boucheron has personified luxury for over a century. Frederic Boucheron opened his first boutique in the Galerie de Valois in Paris in 1858. His house, known as Maison Boucheron, set up its first workshop in 1866. In 1867, he was recognized with a gold medal from the Universal Exhibition in Paris for his jewelry work. The Universal Exhibition once again noted Maison Boucheron in 1878 with first prize for a snake-like necklace with a 160-carat sapphire stone in the center. It was the first design with a snake pattern for Maison Boucheron, and it is still a popular item today. Boucheron entered the foray of royal jewelry in 1887 when he purchased diamonds from the French crown during an auction. He not only used the royal jewels as templates for crafting future jewelry lines, but he also used one of the most prized jewels as a ring for his wife, Gabriele Boucheron. Since then, the name Boucheron has been forever associated with tradition and love. The Boucheron name further stepped into royal territory when the Shah of Iran asked Louis Boucheron to make an assessment of the Imperial Treasury of Iran in 1930. He was named the curator and guardian of the Treasury. Maison Boucheron broke new barriers in 1988 with the creation of a women's fragrance called Boucheron. The Boucheron house has since established many fragrances and continues as a jewelry designer for clients around the world. Designer Boucheron has 52 perfumes in its fragrance base: the earliest edition - Boucheron - was created in 1988, and the newest - Quatre En Rouge, Jaipur Bouquet, Orange de Bahia, Patchouli d'Angkor - are from 2019.
  • Burberry Burberry
    A true British icon, Burberry is a brand synonymous with the dynamic principles of heritage and tradition, interconnected with the modern sensibilities of understatement and contemporary style. The British luxury fashion house headquartered in London, England. Its main fashion house focuses on and distributes trench coats, ready-to-wear outerwear, fashion accessories, fragrances, sunglasses, and cosmetics. Burberry's core values of tradition, family and relationships are reflected in all that they do, from their classic tailoring to their iconic fragrances. Burberry fragrances celebrate the city of London and define the elegant and modern spirit of the brand. From Burberry Touch and Burberry Brit to the newer The Beat and Body, each scent captures the zeitgeist of style.They exemplify British chic: classic without conformity, elegant without effort. Evoking feelings of intimacy, sensuality and sophistication, Burberry fragrances for men and women represent a timeless relationship.
  • Bvlgari
    Bvlgari is an Italian luxury goods house, currently part of LVMH Group, was founded by Sotirios Voulgaris, a silversmith by trade, in 1884, with the flagship store located on Via Condotti in Rome, Italy. Initially famed for its magnificent jewelry, the brand diversified its offerings to include accessories, handbags, watches and fragrances. Designer Bvlgari has 102 perfumes in its fragrance base, with the first fragrance - Eau Parfumee au The Vert created in 1992. The latest editions launched in 2019 are Bvlgari Man Wood Neroli, Yasep, Opalon for men and Rose Goldea Blossom Delight and Splendida Tuberose Mystique for women.
  • Byredo
  • Carner Barcelona
    Carner Barcelona is a new Spanish fragrance brand, founded in 2009 by Sara Carner. The designer creates authentic sensorial experiences and draws inspiration from the landscape, genuine emotions and meaningful moments of life. the earliest edition - Tardes, D600 - was created in 2010 and the newest - Fig Man, Salado, Bo-Bo - are from 2019.
  • Carolina Herrera
    An American designer Carolina Herrera, abbreviated as CH, launched her perfume brand in 1988 with a series of successful fragrances for women and men. Prior to becoming a fashion designer in 1980, she was on the International Best Dressed List for a decade. With her inherent taste and personal style, Carolina Herrera perfumes are both timeless and elegant.
  • Cartier
    The French jewelry house Cartier was founded in 1847 by Louis-Francois Cartier. The brand's offerings expanded to include watches, leather goods, scarves and fragrances. The first fragrances - Must de Cartier for women and Santos de Cartier for men - were created in 1981, followed over the years by a series of successful fragrances, many bearing the same names as the company jewelry collections and timepieces. Designer Cartier has 100 perfumes in its fragrance base, the earliest edition created in 1981 and the newest - La Panthere Eau de Parfum for women - in 2019 and Carat for women and Declaration Parfum for men in 2018.
  • Chanel
    Chanel S.A. is a french fashion house founded in 1910 by Gabrielle Chanel (Coco). This is a privately held company owned by Alain Wertheimer and Gérard Wertheimer, grandsons of Pierre Wertheimer, who was an early business partner of the couturière Coco Chanel. In 2018, Chanel announced that it would be moving its global headquarters to London. Chanel is a luxury company that focuses on high fashion and ready-made clothes, luxury products, jewellery and accessories, and is famous for its simple, elegant designs with their timeless appeal. Ms Chanel created a revolution in the fashion world with her fashion staples - "the little black dress" and Chanel suit, she also was the first to introduce pants for women and became a pioneer in use of jersey fabric produced garments that were comfortable and affordable. In 1921, to complement the suit of clothes, Coco Chanel commissioned the perfumer Ernest Beaux to create a perfume for La Maison Chanel. His perfumes included the perfume No.5, named after the number of the sample Chanel liked best. Originally, a bottle of No. 5 de Chanel was a gift to clients of Chanel. Nowadays the iconic Chanel No 5 perfume continues to be the bestseller worldwide. In 1924 the venture capitalist Pierre Wertheimer was introduced to Coco Chanel: their business deal established the Parfums Chanel company, a parfumerie of which Wertheimer owned 70 per cent, Theophile Bader owned 20 per cent, and Chanel owned 10 per cent; commercial success of the joint enterprise was assured by the Chanel name, and by the cachet of la "Maison Chanel", which remained the sole business province of Coco Chanel. In 1947 Wertheimer, the majority capital stock owner of Parfums Chanel, saw his business interests threatened, and his commercial rights infringed because he did not possess legally exclusive rights to the Chanel name, as a result the contract from 1924 was renegotiated. Pierre Wertheimer bought Bader's 20 per cent share of the Parfums Chanel, which increased the Wertheimer percentage to 90 per cent.Chanel and her spring collection received the Fashion Oscar at the 1957 Fashion Awards in Dallas. Coco Chanel died on 10 January 1971, at the age of 87.[3] She was still designing at the time of her death. In 1974, the House of Chanel launched Cristalle eau de toilette, which was designed when Coco Chanel was alive. Throughout the 1950s, the sense of style of Chanel continued undeterred; the firm's initial venture into masculine parfumerie, Pour Monsieur was a successful eau de toilette for men. In 1981, Chanel launched Antaeus, an eau de toilette for men. Chanel introduced Coco Mademoiselle and an "In-Between Wear" in 2003, targeting younger women. Designer Chanel has 122 fragrances in its fragrance base, the earliesr edition - Les Exclusifs de Chanel Bel Respiro - was created in 1920, the latest - Le Lion de Chanel - was made in 2020.
  • Chopard
    Chopard is a Swiss watchmaker and jewelry house founded by Louis-Ulysse Chopard in 1860 in a small Swiss village of Somvillier. Today the headquarters of the brand are in Geneva, Switzerland. In 1963 the company was sold to Karl Scheufele, from a notes German watchmaking family. In 1992 Chopard partnered with L'Oreal to release fine fragrances under the esteemed Chopard brand. The brand is famous for its audacious luxury fragrances for men and women with refined and elegant scents. The first fragrance Casmir debuted in 1992 to great success. Today designer Chopard has 56 perfumes in its fragrance base: the earliest edition - Happy Diamonds - was created in 1986 and the newest - Nuit des Rois, Aigle Imperial, Agar Royal, Or de Calambac - are from 2019.
  • Christian Dior
    Founded in 1946 by the eponymous French designer Christian Dior, today Christian Dior S.A., commonly known as Dior, is a French luxury goods company. The company designs and retails ready-to-wear, leather goods, fashion accessories, footwear, jewelry, timepieces, fragrance, make-up, and skincare products while also maintaining its tradition as a creator of recognized haute-couture (under the Christian Dior Couture division). The House of Dior remains at the cutting edge of beauty, creating haute couture make-up looks and luxurious backstage beauty. Perpetuating the couturier’s passion for flowers, the House of Dior issued perfumes to match its haute couture collections.
  • Clive Christian
    Clive Christian became the custodian of a British perfumery first established in 1872, the only house ever to have been granted the image of Queen Victoria's crown, and set about restoring true luxury to the world of perfumery by reviving the original values and heritage of the perfumery with no reference to cost under his principle to "Design first - to be the best that it can be - then cost it". In 1999 Clive Christian, one of the most successful and distinguished interior designers of the same name, acquired Crown Perfumery. Clive Christian creates fragrances which are not oriented towards the stream of the latest novelties, chasing after the latest trend. The philosophy behind the brand is that creating perfumes is on the same level as other art forms, such as composing music and painting. His fragrances draw you in with exquisite scents and handcrafted lead crystal flacons. This combination, paired with the talent and passion of the Crown Perfumery, bestows the perfume with its sense of Haute Couture. Clive Christian's vision of luxury perfume culminated in the 1999 release of the Original Collection of six pure perfumes in three matched his and hers pairs using the most rare and precious natural ingredients from around the world. The design of the bottle was as an important reflection of the perfume itself, and in addition to reviving the original glass bottles from the perfumery archives, Clive Christian also designed a hand-cut crystal stopper for the pure perfume aficionado. The No1 pure perfume crystal bottle bears a single white brilliant cut diamond at the collar as a symbol of the rarity of the ingredients within.
  • Creed
    Steeped in tradition, rediscover the true art of perfumery with Creed Perfumes, based in Paris. Creed is the world's only dynastic, privately held luxury fragrance company. Founded in 1760 and passed from father to son since then, handcrafting unique fragrances for royal houses and discerning perfume connoisseurs for over 250 years, delve into an olfactive world of rare beauty and exquisite ingredients. Among their clients were Empress Eugene of France, wife of Napoleon III, Emperor Franz-Josef of Austria-Hungary and his wife Empress Elisabeth, Czar Nicolas II of Russia, Queen Victoria of Britain, King George III, Queen Maria Cristina of Spain. In the 20th century the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, Sir Winston Churchill, President John F. Kennedy, Princess Grace of Monaco, the First Ladies - Jacqueline Kennedy, Laura Bush and Michelle Obama and many other, including the future Duchess of Cambridge.
  • Diptyque Paris
    Diptyque Paris is a French perfume house founded in 1961, at present owned by the London-based private equity fund Manzanita Capital. The perfume house was established by three artists: Yves Coueslant, Desmond Knox-Leet and Christiane Gautrot - it opened on Boulevard St. Germain in Paris as a salon, offering furnishings and textiles, imported from England scents and scented candles. The first Diptyque scent, L'Eau, was designed in 1968 and was based on old English home fragrances. Today Diptyque has 60 perfumes in its fragrance base.
  • Dolce&Gabbana
    Dolce&Gabbana is an Italian luxury fashion house founded in 1985 by Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana. Strong Mediterranean roots form the heart of the House, inspired by the timeless glamour of Italy and the warmth of Sicilian tradition, of their creations combines innovation, artisanship and complete luxury. The Dolce&Gabbana first fragrance, named Dolce&Gabbana for Women, sensual, glamorous and unmistakeably Dolce&Gabbana, was launched in 1992, followed by a men's version in 1994. Over the years the brand launched a series of fragrances, with their Light Blue for men and women being among their most successful.
  • Etro
    An Italian fashion house Etro was founded in 1968 by Gimmo Etro, it is still a family business, specialising in manufacturing textiles, accessories, leather goods, clothes and fragrances. Etro established themselves among the finest fashion houses, today the brand is built on a lifestyle concept, in which fine materials and superior craftsmanship compliment the innovative design and the inspirations coming from the creators’ innate passion for travel and history. Etro fragrances are derived from a specific inspiration, ranging from the aromas of a Middle Eastern spice market to scenes from Greek mythology, and each bottle features the company’s iconic paisley design. Blending hints of musk and wood with delightful citrus and floral notes, these vibrant scents evoke the colorful, bold style for which the brand is known. Designer Etro has 37 perfumes in its fragrance base, the earliest edition was created in 1989.
  • Ermenegildo Zegna
    Ermenegildo Zegna is an Italian fashion house founded in 1910 by Ermenegildo Zegna who passed away in 1966. Today the company remains a family business under the fourth generation of the Zegna family. It is known for producing exceptional quality wool fabrics, full range of menswear - ready-made and made-to-order suits, neckties, knitwear, shirts - and also wool suits for other designers including Tom Ford, Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent. The first fragrance from Zegna was offered in conjunction with YSL Beaute. In 2011 the company signed an agreement with Estee Lauder Companies for production of fragrances. Designer Ermenegildo Zegna has 44 perfumes in its fragrance base, the earliest edition - Zegna Pour Homme - was created in 1992 and the latest - Roman Wood - is from 2020.
  • Fendi
    An Italian fashion house Fendi was founded by Adele Casagrande in Rome in 1918, the company name was changed to Fendi after her marriage to Edoardo Fendi in 1925. Fendi is most noted for its ready-to-wear lines and leather and fir products. The first Fendi fragrance, Fendi for Women was launched in 1985 and Fendi Uomo arrived in 1988. Designer Fendi has 28 perfumes in its fragrance base, with L'Acquarossa Elixir being the newest fragrance in line.
  • Gianni Versace
    Versace is the last word in luxury, with an innate sexiness that has helped to define modern style. Founded by Gianni Versace in 1978, the company is now headed up by his siblings Santo and Donatella who stay true to Gianni's iconic vision while ensuring that Versace remains at the pinnacle of fashion innovation. From fashion to lifestyle and fragrance collections, every Versace undertaking epitomises the house’s devotion to the tradition of consummate Italian craftsmanship. The Versace line of fragrances captures this creative spirit, with sumptuous formulations and tactile packaging. From the iconic scents of The Dreamer and Crystal Noir, to the newer Yellow Diamond and Versus, each Versace scent presents an olfactory dedication to those who treasure fashion.
  • Givenchy
    Givenchy is a French luxury fashion, accessories and perfume brand, founded in 1952 by designer Hubert de Givenchy and is a member of Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture et du Pret-a-Porter. Givenchy brand identity extends beyond haute couture and ready-to-wear clothing, offering a considered line-up of leather handbags, backpacks, printed scarves, wallets, purses, fragrances and beauty products. The brand's success is based on a unique blend of French elegance and American glamour.The continue to maintain relevance with existing classic perfumes and newer fruity florals and youthful fragrances in addition to luxurious and exclusive collections made with precious and rare raw materials.
  • Giorgio Armani Giorgio Armani
    Giorgio Armani is an Italian fashion designer particularly noted for his men's and women's clothing. Giorgion Armani scents are part of successful series of fragrances issued by this fashion house. Their luxurious cosmetic brand with supreme and highly-professional products in makeup, skincare and fragrance render the brand a unique position in the beauty market, continuing into the 21st century.
  • Gucci Gucci
    Steeped in glamour, famed for fashionable yet timeless products, loved by the international jet-set and bequeathed to future generations - few fashion houses can boast the allure of Gucci. The Gucci story begins back in 1921. Inspired by both English nobility and master Italian craftsmanship, Guccio Gucci opened a leather goods and luggage company in Florence. Though Gucci fragrances and colognes were introduced to the world several decades ago, it was not until their reorganization in the 1990s that the sale of Gucci scents began to take off. Fragrances are now part of the House's story with scents such as Gucci by Gucci, Gucci Flora, Gucci Guilty, the Flora Garden Collection, Gucci Premiere and the recently launched Gucci Guilty Black fragrances. The brand offers something for everyone, as it features both Gucci cologne for men and Gucci perfume for women. Like everything else Gucci, the Gucci fragrance line is of exceptional quality.
  • Guepard
    Guepard is a Swiss luxury handcrafted watches and jewelry brand founded by Mrs Pelletier in Fribourg, central Switzerland, in 1979. Guepard fragrances are developed in the brand's perfume factory in South France. Their first eponymous fragrance Guepard for women of aromatic spicy character was launched in 1997, followed by the masculine edition in 1998. All perfumes and colognes are created in the south of France using the finest ingredients. The glass bottles are shaped as jewels to emphasize the style of the brand. This house continues to create scents adored by women and men for their individuality and creative expression.
  • Guerlain
    Founded in 1828, Guerlain is a legendary French perfume house known for their outstanding business, passion and tradition. Guerlain has always used luxurious and rare materials for its perfumes, sourced from their own plantations in Comoro Islands, integrated noble raw material, advanced research and extraordinary sensuality to create a luxury cosmetics brand mixing fragrance, skincare and makeup. The Guerlain house became an official perfumer for several European royal courts.
  • Guru Perfumes
    Guru Perfumes is a new niche perfumery brand founded in the United Arab Emirates in 2017. The brand focuses on using pure plant aromas that create scents inspired by divine consciousness and are meant to uncover each soul’s unique path to its well-being. "It is a miracle that such a small crystal enclosure can be a host to such an amplitude of scents that invoke a whole new dimension of spiritual corridors to delve into. All it takes is but a gentle push of a fingertip to unlock and forever change the nature of reality. Once in motion, a chain reaction is triggered. As the molecules and their atoms make contact and a string of unstoppable events is born, from the scent comes a memory that sets one on a path of no return. A fragrance, so defined and mystic that it takes one on a journey through hard to reach alleyways of the soul. As the scents pass under the doorways of one's consciousness, they take over one's senses, guiding one on a path of boundless celestial discovery." - a note from the brand. Designer Guru Perfumes has 11 perfumes in its fragrance base, the earliest editions - Essence, Harmony, Intuition, Vision, Egos, Elegance, Expression, Voyager and Sensation - were created in 2017 and the newest - Love - is from 2019.
  • Hermes
    Hermès (International S.A.) is a French high fashion luxury goods manufacturer established in 1837 by Thierry Hermes. It specializes in leather, lifestyle accessories, home furnishings, perfumery, jewellery, watches and ready-to-wear. The first parfume release was in 1951 with Eau d'Hermes, which remains one of the crowning glories of French perfumery. Since then, great names of perfume design were involved in creation of olfactory masterpieces, such as Caleche, Equipage and most recent Un Jardin en Mediterranee, that instantly transformed Hermes into one of the world's major perfume houses, preserving Hermes sense of craftsmanship and expertise. Hermes genealogy is today structured into four lines of olfactive expression: the Colognes, the Garden-Perfumes, the Novel-Perfumes and the Hermessence collection.
  • Herve Gambs
    Herve Gambs Paris, an interior designer, is noted for his incorporation of natural elements into luxurious interior and furniture designes. The expansion of personal creativity into interior scents, room sprays and candles was a natural progression for him, which eventually led in 2013 to a new French fragrance brand with a collection of luxurious home fragrances, couture candles and perfumes featuring high-quality raw materials from nature, all produced in France, focusing on the individual qualities and subtleties of these ingredients to enhance and evolve each composition, and staying true to the art of the traditional French haute perfumery, Today designer Herve Gambs Paris has 19 perfumes in its fragrance base, the earliest editions - Jardine Prive, Hotel Particuler, Rouge Cardinal and Coeur Coyuronne - were created in 2013 and the latest - Tonka Majestic, Ice River, Ice Land, Ice Lemon - in 2019.
  • Histoires de Parfums
    The French fragrance house Histoires de Parfums was established in 2000 by perfumer Gerald Ghislain. The perfumer created eight fragrances to pay homage to such notable historical figures as Casanova, Jules Verne and Mata Hari, each scent named simply by the year in which the inspirational person was born. Many of their fragrances take a deeply artistic and philosophical look at love, music, literature and flowers. Designer Histoires de Parfums has 46 perfumes in its fragrance base, the earliest edition - Blanc Violette, Noir Patchouli 1740 Marquis de Sade - were created in 2000, and the newest - This Is Not A Blue Bottle 1.6 - is from 2020.
  • Houbigant
    Houbigant is a French perfume house established in 1775. In 1882 the House launched Fougère Royale, the first fougère (or 'fern-like') perfume ever created,{fact}} establishing a new fragrance family which still remains today the most popular family in men's fragrances Houbigant was also the first perfume house to discover how to isolate particular molecules from natural raw materials and more specifically the coumarin, which is isolated from the tonka bean. In 1912 they introduced Quelques Fleurs, the first true multi-floral bouquet ever created. Up to that time, floral fragrances had been mostly single flowers or were blended with herbs and other essences. The Genealogy of Perfumes cites Quelques Fleurs as an innovation that established a totally new fragrance classification and influenced other compositions for years afterwards including many of today’s important fragrances.
  • House of Sillage
    House of Sillage is a niche perfume house from the USA. Founded in 2011 by Nicole Mather, it offers timeless and elegant scents designed by the most discerning of tastes. The earliest edition was created in 2011, the house became famous for its high-quality fragrances and cupcake-like bottles featuring unique designs that recall couture jewelry.
  • Hugo Boss
    A leading international fashion group, Hugo Boss brand is a major player in high fashion clothing, accessories, footwear and fragrances. The company started in 1924 in Germany as a manufacturer of uniforms. In 1985 Hugo Boss granted its first fragrance license for the men’s cologne, Boss Number One. Boss Elements was introduced in 1993 and for the younger demographic, Hugo for Men in 1995 and Hugo for Women in 1997. Many other Hugo Boss colognes have been launched since such as Baldessarini and the various In Motion colognes for men and Intense and Hugo XX perfumes for women. The company produces fragrances in conjunction with Proctor and Gamble Prestige.
  • Jean Desprez
    Jean Desprez, a great-grandson of French perfumer F Millot, is a worldwide famous perfume designer from France who himself invented trends. For a long time Jean Desprez designed perfumes independently, outside of the frames of the house. Auguste Espirte de Chine was designed in 1925, as a homage to his grandfather, the perfumer Monsieur Millot, the perfume later became the most sought-after fragrance in Paris. The earliest edition of the house of Jean Desprez was created in 1917, today the brand has 10 perfumes in its fragrance base. In 1962 the house of Jean Desprez designed a classically sensuous scent Bal a Versailles, which belongs to the group of floral oriental fragrances is composed of more than 350 rare materials. The new version of the fragrance was launched in 2002 and combines a vintage classic with the needs of today, it retains the "sexy allure" that will keep the scent relevant for years to come. Among the famous people who used the brand's fragrances are Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, Jackie Kennedy Onassis, Elizabeth Taylor, Joan Collins, Michael Jackson and many more.
  • Jean Patou
    With women discovering new desires in the midst of the liberated 1920s, a single man had a remarkable and audacious intuition. That man was Jean Patou, a Parisian couturier with a forward-thinking outlook. Patou revolutionized fashion with new fashion innovation, including sportswear, the twin-set, monograms, and the first knitted bathing suits. His first fragrances were: Amour Amour devoted to brunettes, Que Sais-Je? for blonds and Adieu Sagesse for red-haired. From the iconic Joy fragrance of 1925, up to the more recent "1000" and Sublime, the quest for excellence and refinement can be found in all of Jean Patou's perfumes that create the most enduring legacy of the great master.
  • Jean Paul Gaultier
    A French fashion label Jean Paul Gaultier was first presented in Paris, France, in 1976, a French haute couture and pret-a-porte fashion designer with the same name. From 2003 to 2010 Jean Paul Gaultier also served as the creative director at French luxury house Hermès for womenswear. Many of Gaultier's subsequent collections have been based on street wear, focusing on popular culture, whereas others, particularly his haute couture collections, are very formal, yet at the same time unusual and playful. The first perfume of Jean Paul Gaultier perfume house - Jean Paul Gaultier Eau De Parfum for women was launched in 1993, the name was subsequently changed to Classique. It was followed in 1995 by Le Male and Fragile in 1999, the limited editions followed, all known for their unusual compositions and packaging. The latest editions being Scandal A Paris, La Belle, Classique Cabaret and Classique Collector's Snow Globe Designer Jean Paul Gaultier has 118 perfumes in its fragrance base, the fragrances are produced in conjunction with Beaute Prestige International.
  • Jeroboam
    Jeroboam is a new French niche brand founded in 2015 by François Henin. The brand's aim is to design contemporary scents with a dynamic fusion of tradition and modernism. After a lifetime of working in fragrance, François came to understanding that a fragrance is infinitely more efficient than words. In collaboration with a renowned perfumer Vanina Muracciole, a breathtaking blend of enigmatic musk extraits was isolated to become a base for a unique artisan collection of perfumes, ideal as everyday accessories for the urban nomads. Designer Jeroboam has 9 perfumes in its fragrance base, the earliest editions - Origino, Oriento, Miskado, Hauto, Insulo - were created in 2015 and the newest - Ligno - is from 2019.
  • Jo Malone London
    Jo Malone London is a British perfume and scented candle brand, founded by Jo Malone in 1983. It has been owned since 1999 by Estée Lauder. The brand is known for its expensive perfumes, luxury candles, bath products, and room scents. Designer Jo Malone had a lifelong fondness for all things fragrant, she started her professional life as a florist and a beautician. Her business took off when the Nutmeg and Ginger bath oil she produced as a thank-you gift for clients led to requests for re-orders. In 1994, Jo Malone opened her first boutique in London, offering fragrances, skin care products and home scents. The success of Jo Malone caught the eye of a beauty industry giant. Estee Lauder Companies acquired the Jo Malone brand in 1999, and Jo Malone remained with the company as its chairwoman and creative director until 2006. Estee Lauder Companies continues to operate and produce new scents under the Jo Malone brand. Designer Jo Malone London has 136 perfumes in its fragrance base. The earliest edition - Nutmeg & Ginger - was created in 1990 and the newest - Vetiver & Golden Vanilla, Lavender & Coriander Cologne, Velvet Rose & Oud Cologne Intense, Bronze Wood & Leather - are from 2019 and 2020.
  • Juliette Has A Gun
    Juliette Has A Gun was a project of Romano Ricci, Nina Ricci's great-grandson, initiated in 2005 with the aim to create within the niche perfumery innovative, gourmand fragrances as weapons of female liberation and seduction. “The innocent Juliet of Shakespeare is transposed to the 21st Century with a gun” - essentially symbolizes the liberation of women towards men. Classy and sophisticated, Juliette Has A Gun perfumes are based on rose scent - fragile but thorny, the romantic flower is showcased in many different versions as the best gift of a man to the lady of his heart.
  • Kilian
    Kilian is a French eco-luxe perfume brand created in 2007 by Kilian Hennessy, heir to a long line of cognac-makers, in keeping with the family's long tradition of producing luxury goods. With new fragrances produced each year, a total of 69 fragrances is available so far, including collections L'Oeuvre noire and Arabian Nights, oud based with an oriental theme. Now spanning across five fragrance collections, Kilian’s story-telling ethos and “eco-luxe” philosophy has catapulted the unique fragrances into a much-coveted niche of haute perfumery.
  • L'Artisan Parfumeur
    L'Artisan Parfumeur is a French niche perfume brand whose original fragrances delight perfume connoisseurs. L'Artisan Parfumeur was established in 1976 in Paris by Jean Laporte. L’Artisan Parfumeur was the result of a challenge, a plaisanterie. Due to his training as a chemist, a friend asked Jean Laporte if he could create a banana scent to wear with a costume of the same fruit to a gala evening at the Folies Bergères. This was quickly followed by grapefruit and vanilla fragrances. Laporte later left the brand to establish Maître Parfumeur et Gantier. In 2015 L’Artisan was acquired by Puig. Many of L'Artisan perfumes are innovations and because of its exclusivity discovery of fragrances is mainly left to adepts. It is worth exploring and getting acquainted with L'Artisan fragrances. In homage to its founding philosophy to shape nature’s palette by the hand of the artist, the fragrances take one on a journey of exploration that fuses the careful craft of man with the beauty of nature, each fragrance carries with it creative freedom and artistic flair. Designer L'Artisan Parfumeur has 101 perfumes in its fragrance base, the earliest editions - Cascarille, Santal, Tubereuse, Vanilla, Vetiver, Mure et Musc - were created in 1978 and the newest - Couleur Vanille - is from 2020.
  • Les Liquides Imaginaires
    Liquides Imaginaires is a new French fragrance house founded in 2012 by Philippe Di Meo and David Frossard. Convinced that perfume is more than a mere seduction tool, the brand breaks the mold of conventional and claims back the primary powers of perfume as collective subconscious of the humanity and of the self. Each fragrance is the result of specific experiences in the world of perfumes, scents and odours, as well as an interest in the power of classic fragrance accords with careful attention to natural ingredients and proportions in an effort to create a perfect olfactive harmony. The fragrances designed by Liquides Imaginaires are to be used to interpret desires, beliefs, commemorate passages of life, to help to cross into intimate worlds and explore new desires. The bottles are designed as an amphora with a heavy metal stopper made by expert craftsmen. Since inception, Liquides Imaginaires has gained worldwide recognition among connoisseurs in the artisanal perfume market. Designer Liquides Imaginaires has 21 perfumes in its fragrance base, the earliest edition - Fortis, Sancti - were created in 2011 and the newest - Beaute du Diable, Buveur De Vent, Fleur De Sable and Tapis Volant - are from 2019. Today the Liquides Imaginaires range consists of three trilogies and nine exceptional fragrances, the house also produces scented candles.
  • Lorenzo Villoresi
    An Italian niche perfume house founded by perfumer Lorenzo Villoresi in 1990 in Florence, arguably where modern perfume making began. The designer's love and passion for perfumery, fragrances and spices started while on a journey to the Middle East in 1981 which became the true passion and greatly influenced his work and some of his most important fragrances are inspired by the Orient. The perfumes of Lorenzo Villoresi are born of the founder’s long experience in the realisation of personal fragrances, an activity still practised with ever-growing success. Lorenzo Villoresi creates a number of “monothematic” fragrances as his personal interpretation of classic perfumery themes: refined and exigent, yet are all characterized by very complex formulas and a generous use of precious natural ingredients. Retracing the routes of the Tuscan merchants of the Renaissance, the perfumes of Lorenzo Villoresi represent a universe where the materials. fragrances, and colours of Tuscany meet and harmonise with the spices, essences and influences of the Orient. Of particular note among the components are the essential oils and precious extracts from all over the world, which compliment and exalt the purely Tuscan elements of laurel, olive, cypress, and the precious and rare iris root. All aspects of production are still carried out manually according to traditional methods, requiring time, patience and meticulous care and attention. The potpourri, and in particular the extraordinary Piper Nigrum, are emblematic of the originality and quality which characterise the products of the House of Lorenzo Villoresi. Intensely aromatic woods, pungent peppercorns, nutmeg, incense, lost fragrances, blend in a unique and wonderful olfactory alchemy. Lorenzo Villoresi is best known for his custom-made fragrances and potpourris, and distinguished in that he is an independent perfumer, working outside the big fragrance houses. More recently a new collection inspired by “olfactory visions” that recall exotic and dreaming worlds, atmospheres, landscapes like Piper Nigrum, (the spice route), Teint de Neige (the sophisticated beauty of the Belle Epoque), Dilmun (a Mesopotamian paradise), Yerbamate (an endless prairie with wild herbs and flowers), Alamut (a rich and sumptuous Oriental fragrance) Iperborea (a fresh-soft fragrance inspired by a legendary people of the Great North), Theseus (a fresh, radiant, sunny fragrance, evocative of ancient adventures) and in September 2012 Aura Maris, the sea breeze, the first fragrance of the Mare Nostrum Collection, inspired to the Mediterranean Sea concept. Lorenzo Villoresi was the recipient of the prestigious Prix François Coty in 2006, an "Oscar" award to 'artistes parfumeurs', recognizing perfumers' achievements over their career as well as their most recent creations. He is the author of several books on the art of perfume. Designer Lorenzo Villoresi has 28 perfumes in his fragrance base. The earliest edition - Uomo - was created in 1993 and the newest - Atman Xaman - is from 2018.
  • Maison Francis Kurkdjian
    A niche French perfume house Masion Francis Kurkdjian was founded in 2009 in Paris, France, by Francis Kurkdjian, an French perfume designer, and Marc Chaya, a Lebanese/French businessman. In 1995, at the age of twenty-six, Francis Kurkdjian created Le Male for Jean Paul Gaultier. He also lended his talent re-creating Marie Antoinette’s favorite perfume for Palace of Versailles, going back in time to the early 17th century and the sources of perfumery. Advocates of haute parfumerie traditionalism, the designer offers fragrances which reflect a sense of timeless sophistication and beautiful expressions of sensuality, going against the trend of perfume democratization. The house's diverse collections of exquisitely-crafted fragrances range from the musky Baccarat Rouge to Turkish rose-based Satin, perfectly balancing the line between practicality and creativity, to personify every individual mood and whim. Today designer Maison Francis Kurkdjian has 45 perfumes in its fragrance base, the earliest edition created in 2009 and the latest editions - Gentle Fluidity Gold and Gentle Fluidity Silver released in 2019. The Maison Francis Kurkdjian is now a major player in the niche luxury fragrance segment with more than 300 locations worldwide.
  • Maison Micallef
    Founded in Grasse, France, in 1996, the M. Micallef brand is now a signature in the world of high end luxury perfumes. Driven by their individual passion and talents, Geoffrey Nejman together with Jean Claude Astier, a renowned “nose” developed exceptional fragrances whilst Martine Micallef with her artistic flair designed and developed a range of beautifully decorated bottles. The brand's eight perfume collections - Les Exclusifs Collection, Jewel Collection, Mon parfum Collection, Ananda Collection, Maison, The 4 seasons, The Secrets of Love and Collection Botanique - contain refined and timeless fragrances of exquisite and seducing notes, exuding sensuality or mystery and capturing the emotion of a precious moment. Ingredients selected for each of these collections are chosen with the greatest respect to offer customers memorable olfactory experience.
  • Mancera
    Mancera is a new fragrance brand created in 2008. Perfumer Pierre Mancera opened his first Mancera luxurious perfume boutique in Paris. All Mancera perfumes are made from precious and luxurious ingredients, rare and refined materials, inspired by Art Deco design. Mancera's olfactory signature has been composed to please occidental and oriental perfumes lovers. Indeed, the creators of Mancera wanted to father a very occidental brand with the intensity and the best ingredients of the Arab perfumes. They gathered for Mancera the most beautiful materials, both in the composition of the perfumes and in the aesthetics, which accompanies them: Aoud, Wood of Macassar, Rosewood, Saffron, Leathers, Lacquers, and Resins... The Mancera's fragrances are enclosed in a very luxurious Art Deco inspired packaging. The Mancera's glass bottle is custom-built in the best quality of glass available by Luigi Bormioli. The box, either gold or black, shows a distinctive pattern designed by Mancera.
  • Marc Jacobs
    Marc Jacobs, an American fashion designer, introduced his eponymous brand in 1986. In 1997 Marc Jacobs became a creative director in Louis Vuitton. He was the youngest designer to be awarded the CFDA Perry Ellis Award for New Fashion Talent (1987), and has won a further 10 CFDA awards since. Marc Jacobs created his first fragrance Marc Jacobs for Women in 2001, followed by a companion masculine scent in 2002. His best-seller women's perfume Daisy was launched in 2007. Today designer Marc Jacobs has 88 perfumes in its fragrance base, the earliest edition launched in 2001 and the latest - Daisy Sunshine, Daisy Dream Sunshine, Daisy Eau So Fresh Sunshine, Daisy Love Eau So Sweet, Daisy Love Sunshine - in 2019.
  • Marina De Bourbon
    Princesse Marina De Bourbon is a French perfume house founded by Princesse Marina De Bourbon, a member of the Royal Bourbon of Parma Dynasty. She started her career as an interior designer soon becoming famous for her impeccable taste. Her concept "Boutique" in Paris is known throughout the world for its eclectic objects of decor and luxury clothing items, along with her perfume line. Many fragrances refer to royalty and elite status, others pay homage to her French heritage. Designer Princesse Marina De Bourbon has 51 perfumes in its fragrance base, the earliest edition - Marina De Bourbon - was created in 1994 and the newest - Cristal Rosae, Symbol - are from 2019.
  • Memo Paris
    Memo Paris is a new niche perfume house founded in 2007 by John and Clara Molloy in France. The inspirations for her perfumes are taken from the couple's lifelong love for travels, tapping into fragrance’s ability to encapsulate memory. Memo Paris has 5 perfume collections, 38 perfumes in her portfolio, a sublime selection of original, mysterious, evocative and alluring scents that unite the classic with the unexpected, with the earliest edition released in 2007 and the newest Oriental Leather and Winter Palace in 2019. The house is recognised for her luxury scented candles, bath and body collection.
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  • Miller Harris
    Miller Harris, a fragrance brand based in London, UK, was founded in 2000 by a British born ground-breaking perfumer Lyn Harris. A storyteller in scent, she was classically trained in Paris and Grasse, France, and became one of the first female master perfumers. During her time in Grasse, France, Lyn Harris developed a passion for rare and unique ingredients; it is this respect and constant search for the most unique and highest quality essences which defines Miller Harris scents. Lyn Harris works in classical French style, creating striking contemporary urban fragrances for modern bohemians. All Miller Harris products are vegan, free from phthalates, artificial colorants, parabens and formaldehydes. Designer Miller Harris has 61 perfumes in its fragrance base, the earliest edition - Coeur de Fleur, Citron Citron, Feuilles de Tabac - were created in 2000 and the latest - Leather Rouge, Dance Among The Lace, Blousy, Brighton Rock - are from 2019.
  • Monet's Palette
    Monet’s Palate, Inc. is an American lifestyle concept brand founded by Aileen Bordman, a film producer, that was originally a way for Aileen to pay homage to her mother Helen Rappel Bordman and her good work in Giverny that helped to restore the gardens. The concept is based on the recognition of the commercial appeal of Claude Monet and his world. Master X Master, a unique fragrance, was inspired by collaboration between two skilled artists – Master Painter, Claude Monet and Master Perfumer, Nathalie Lorson. It lead to an outstanding Eau de Parfum & candle that has brought Claude Monet’s renowned painting of The Garden at Giverny to life. Nathalie Lorson grew up in Grasse, where her father was a chemist at the fragrance house Roure. She entered the perfumery school at Roure to learn the profession of fragrance creation and gain an in-depth knowledge of the raw materials. In 1980 there were so few women it it was a real challenge to become perfumer… Nathalie Lorson joined the creative team at Firmenich in 2000 with a rich experience, starting off with Roure and then IFF. Firmenich is the world’s largest privately-owned company in the fragrance and flavor business. Very fast, brands such as Jil Sander, Lalique, Gucci, Armani, Zadig & Voltaire, Paul Smith, Balmain, Boucheron, Mauboussin, Givenchy adopted Nathalie’s signature. Her most remarkable creations include Lalique Encre Noire, Flora by Gucci et Gucci Première and more recently Boucheron Place Vendôme (with Olivier Cresp), Versace Eros for Women (with Alberto Morillas & Olivier Cresp) and Azzaro for Her (with Fabrice Pellegrin), YSL Black Opium, Le Labo Poivre 23, and most recently, Maison Margiela Replica Coffee Break. In 2015 Nathalie Lorson was named “Perfumer of the Year” in both Italy by Accademia del Profumo with the title “Perfumer of the year” for her creation Black Opium, and in Paris, France, by Cosmétique Mag to award her the Cosmétique Mag Oscar. This award recognizes a talented career spanning over 35 years, her outstanding passion and her numerous creations.
  • Montale Paris
    Montale Paris was founded by Pierre Montale in 2003 in Paris, after the french perfumer spent some time in Saudi Arabia where he created perfumes for royalty. The perfumer's love for the mysterious Orient, and Arabia in particular, is an inspiration for Montale's fragrances. The scents are created from high-quality and concentrated natural materials, which make them very intense and long-lasting. The main components are precious varieties of trees, such as incense, (agarwood), cedar, sandalwood and other precious materials used in oriental perfumery. To extend the life and protect the essences from light, the specially created alminium bottles are used. Today Montale brand has 135 perfumes in the fragrance base, the earliest edition was created in 2005.
  • Muelhens
    Muelhens is a German perfumery brand that developed from the 4711 when in 2006 it was aquired by Maurer & Wirtz of Aachen. The brand 4711 goes back to the 18th century Cologne, Germany, when in 1792 Johann Maria Farina composed a fragrance he called Eau de Cologne. The fragrance went to become an iconic fragrance. Eventually the license to produce it was bought by Wilhelm Muelhens and 80 years later Ferdinand Muelhens renamed the company as 4711, after the old house number of the business address in Cologne. The words Eau de Cologne became synonymous with any refreshing fragrance and generally lower concentrated perfumed toilet waters. The first fragrance for women was launched in 1921 under the name of Tosca and was a women's wardrobe staple for decades. Today Muelhens has 11 perfumes in her fragrance base, as well as she continues the production of the 4711 branded colognes for men.
  • Nasomatto
    Founded by Alessandro Gualtieri, a man who has acquired a wonderfully renegade reputation within the world of fragrance, a new fragrance brand, Nasomatto refuses to publish ingredient lists (refreshing for those of us eternally perplexed by the cataloging of top notes). Instead, he describes his perfumes by their inspirations. The earliest edition was created in 2008 and the newest is from 2018. Nasomatto only uses extrait strength in their perfumes, it literally lasts 24 hours on the skin.
  • Nishane
    Nishane is a niche perfume brand from Intanbul, Turkey, founded by Mert Güzel and Murat Katrat, both are passionate lovers of mysterious scents and the rich heritage of the city they were born and raised in, had always wanted to create a brand to show the world the magnificence of the niche scents designed under the inspiration of the amazing city of Istanbul with its amazing cosmopolitan structure that over the centuries has embraced so many civilizations. Nishane is known for its unique and sophisticated fragrances and elegant touch of its artistic collections designed with utmost care. After presenting in 2013 the first niche perfume collection of Turkey “Extrait de Parfum Collection”, the brand released the series of Cologne Parfumée - the new intensely-concentrated formula of sharable eau de parfum – and incredibly fragrant, luxurious and exclusive Scented Candles, it took nearly two years to accomplish the rare essences of the 16-scent Extrait de Parfum Collection created to amaze the niche perfume lovers all around the world. The fragrance notes of the collection have been chosen delicately to tell unique life stories and to feel Istanbul’s very own mixture of the cultures. Designer Nishane has 30 perfumes in its fragrance base, the earliest edition - Sultan Vetiver, Pasion Choco, Santalove - were created in 2013 and the newest - Ani, Florane, Muskane, Nefs, Nishane, Safran Colognise, Unutamam - are from 2019.
  • Orto Parisi
    Orto Parisi is a new Amsterdam-based niche fragrance brand founded by designer Alessandro Gualtieri, also known for his Nasomatto brand. The brand debuted with 5 fragrances: Bergamask, Boccanera, Brutus, Stercus and Viride. The earliest edition was created in 2014 and the newest is from 2019.
  • Oscar De La Renta
    Oscar De La Renta, American fashion designer, studied painting at Madrid Academy of San Fernando. During his student years he began scetching for fashion houses and landed a position with the leading couturier Cristobald Balenciaga. In 1960 he moved to Paris and worked as a couture assistant at Lanvin. After working for several years in haute couture and earning recognition for his unique, colourful and feminine creations, and after a position with Elizabeth Arden, in 1965 De La Renta launched his own fashion house which experienced immediate success, winning Coty American Fashion Awards in 1967 and 1968. Oscar De La Renta was the first American to work as head couturier at the French couture house Balmain. He dressed the world's most glamorous and powerful women of the late 20th's century, including the former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy. In 1977 Oscar De La Renta launched his first fragrance Oscar for women, it remains a worldwide best-seller today. Designer Oscar De La Renta has 58 perfumes in its fragrance base, the earliest edition - Oscar - created in 1977, and the newest - Bella Essence - is from 2020.
  • Paco Rabanne
    Paco Rabanne is a French fashion house founded in 1966 by Francisco ("Paco") Rabaneda Cuervo, the Spanish-borne jewelry and fashion designer known under the pseudonym of Paco Rabanne. Paco Rabanne perfumes convey the feeling of sophisticated extravagance which relies on luxury and top quality, the scents are an alluring mix of modern classics that reveals one’s identity. The fragrances are contained in distinctive bottles for a visual interpretation of each scent. The first perfume Calandre was created in 1969, with a series of innovative women's and men's scents followed. he masculine Invictus and glamourous Lady Million demonstrate the brand’s ability to incorporate contemporary creativity with nostalgic elements. Designer Paco Rabanne has 96 perfumes in its fragrance base to match every man and woman’s taste.
  • Parfums de Marly
    Parfums De Marly is a new French perfume brand taking inspiration from the greatest perfumes created during the reign of King Louis XV and in commemoration of the prestigious horse races. The perfume house has 30 fragrances in her portfolio, the earliest editions Lippizan, Shagya and Darley were released in 2009 and the newest - Sedley, Kalan and Cassili - from 2019.
  • Penhaligon's
    Penhaligon's is England's most iconic perfume house. Established in 1870 by William Penhaligon, in 1872 Penhaligon's offered its first fragrance, Hammam Bouquet, inspired by the neighboring Turkish Bath. The companies best-selling fragrance, Blenheim Bouquet, with zesty citrus, spices and woods, created in 1902 at the request of the Duke of Marlborough. Many of the original scents created by William Penhaligon were modernized and reintroduced as part of the "Anthology Collection". New floral scents designed to appeal to female customers were introduced. Among those was Bluebell, launched in 1978, which remains a best-seller for the company today. The company maintains its commitment to the founder's legacy to source the finest rare perfume ingredients and and to use traditional techniques. The bottles for Penhaligon's scents are based on William Penhaligon's original design - clear glass and adorned with a ribbon. Today, to complement to its fragrances, Penhaligon's also offers a line bath and body care products and luxury shaving and grooming accessories. In 1956 Penhaligon's was granted its first Royal Warrant by the Duke of Edinburgh, followed by a second in 1988, granted by the Princess of Wales.
  • Ralph Lauren
    Ralph Lauren Corporation, a global multibillion-dollar enterprise, is an American fashion company producing products ranging from the mid-range to the luxury segments. They are known for the clothing, marketing and distribution of products in four categories: apparel, home, accessories, and fragrances. The brand was founded by Ralph Lauren in 1967 in New York, producing branded male apparel, such as ties and polo shirts, later venturing into production of men's suits and sweaters. Lauren stepped down as CEO of the company in September 2015 but remains executive chairman and chief creative officer. The company's clothing and fragrances reflect a classic American style, and often impart a rugged, outdoorsy image. The first Ralph Lauren fragrances were launched in March 1978, beginning with iconic men's scent Polo and classic women's fragrance Lauren in 1978. Designer Ralph Lauren has 88 perfumes in its fragrance base, the newest - Woman by Ralph Lauren Intense, Beyond Romance, Polo Red Remix, Holiday Bear Editions - are from 2019 and Polo Deep Blue from 2020.
  • Ramon Bejar
    Ramon Bejar is a new niche perfume brand created by a veteran Spanish perfume master Ramon Bejar, creator of internationally acclaimed niche fragrances that raised him as the main conciliator between Eastern and Western perfumery. Ramon Bejar stands out for his great sensitivity, taste and intuition; qualities that lead him to create otherwise unimaginable combinations of scents able to incite the most extraordinary sensations, fragrances that transcend the boundaries of history for their delicacy. Only those who dare to wear his unique seal of identity, experience the power, spirituality and mysticism transmitted by his perfumes. The brand is offering luxurious and unique perfumes created from the noblest in the world natural materials with artistic presentation. The first collection of fragrances was launched in 2014.
  • Ramon Molvizar
    Ramon Molvizar is a niche perfume house from Spain. The artist behind the company is Ramon Bejar. The brand's main concepts are art, luxury and exclusivity. The fragrances are inspired by nature and the structure of crystals, the blends include flakes of gold, silver, platimun and composed of finest materials; all elements being reflected in the perfumes and packaging. The earliest edition was created in 1999. Ramon Molvizar's strong point is in taking the perfumer's art to its extreme where it becomes a masterpiece. Ramon Molvizar maintains a standard of originality and exquisite luxury to satisfy the most demanding public, those, who want more than the normal standards of high class perfumery, and are looking for something more than a simple marketing product. All perfumes are hand produced in Barcelona, Spain and presented in the most elegant form that presentation design is able to offer.
  • Ramon Monegal
    A member of one of Spain’s most renowned perfumer families, Ramón Monegal has been submerged in the process of creating scents his entire life. A true master of the art, he developed the concept of ‘olfactory image’, a process through which he crafts some of the world’s most distinctive perfumes. Approaching his scents through a strictly artisan process, Ramón Monegal works with exclusive ingredients to produce luxurious, timeless scents with an undercurrent of Mediterranean passion. This diverse collection ranges from the musky Bravo Oud to the floral aroma of Kiss My Name, offering a scent for every taste and personality.
  • Rasasi
    Rasasi is a niche family owed brand founded in 1979 in Dubai by Abdul Razzak Kalsekar. The perfumes combine luxury and opulence of the region with a strong western influence driven by global vision that and epitomize quality and sophistication. Rasasi strives to offer an exclusive sensorial experience guided by precious raw materials inspired by mankind's obsession for finesse and luxury. The brand has a worldwide reputation for quality, luxury and elegance. Today Rasasi has over 180 perfumes in its fragrance base, the first edition released in 2011 and the newest is from 2018. The brand's maiden label 'Blue Lady' – the flag bearer of the Rasasi spirit in the Occidental range of perfumes - was an insurmountable success along with the recognition of Rasasi as master perfumer. The two Oriental and Occidental range perfume lines found loyal followers among regional customers.
  • Robert Piguet
    Robert Piguet is a French perfume house founded by couturier Robert Piguet who is also known for training Christian Dior and Hubert de Givenchy. Born in Switzerland, Piguet chose to depart for Paris at age 17 to pursue a career in fashion. His fashions for women were elegant in their simplicity, perfectly cut, reserved and conservative for daytime and colourful and flamboyant for nighttime. Piquet's fashion house was tremendously successful, employing some of the 20th century best designers, like Hubert de Givency, Pierre Balmain, Christian Dior and James Galanos. His influence on women's fashion lives on through the designers he helped to train and through the iconic perfumes launched under the Robert Piguet brand. In tghe 1940s Piquet worked to create perfumes that suited his elegant post-war runway collections. The first scent, Bandit, a leathery chypre, was launched in 1944, followed by the quintessential tuberose fragrance Fracas (1948). The last fragrance created with his participation was Baghari. Robert Piguet brand name continued to launch fragrances, although the ownership changed hands several times before reaching Fashion Fragrances & Cosmetics in the 1990s. They introduced the Piquet name as a luxury fragrance brand and offered versions of the original fragrances, using modern ingredients and with slight updates for modern sensibilities. Designer Robert Piguet has 37 perfumes in its fragrance base, the earliest edition - Bandit - created in 1944, and the latest - Atomica - is from 2019.
  • Roberto Cavalli
    Roberto Cavalli Profumo was founded by an Italian fashion designer known for his couture collections and textile. Cavalli studied art with the emphasis on textile printing, and later developed a special technique for printing on leather. In 1972 he showed in Paris his first collection of ready-to-wear garments that caught the attention of the fashion world. The famous actress brigitte Bardot became fond of his creations and helped to popularize his clothing. The Cavalli brand is offering menswear, underwear, accessories, perfumes and cosmetics. Today the name Cavalli is synonymous with the glamorous Italian lifestyle. Designer Roberto Cavalli has 49 perfumes in its fragrance base, the earliest edition - Roberto Cavalli - was created in 2002, and the newest - Florence Amber, Florence Blossom, Splendid Vanilla, Roberto Cavalli Deep Desire, Roberto Cavalli Uomo Deep Desire - are from 2019.
  • Roja Parfums
    Roja Dove is a British Perfumer whose fragrances are sold worldwide. He is renowned for his passion for scent which is grounded in memories of love, and a love for discovering the sensuality of the world in new and surprising ways: with American GQ referring to him as "the greatest nose in the world" , and to The New York Times he is "a master tailor of scent". The designer's interest in fragrance was sparked at an early age when his mother kissed him goodnight; as she lowered her head to kiss him, he was aware that her fragrance lingered in his room long after she had gone, keeping the image of her cocktail dress and the kiss alive, and that was when his destiny forged. Trained professionally at Cambridge as a doctor, his career in perfumery began in 1981 when he joined the French perfume house Guerlain, working there for 20 years before leaving to set up his own companies RDPR and then Roja Parfums. In 2004 the Roja Dove Haute Parfumerie opened on the sixth floor of Harrods in conjunction with Urban Retreat. In 2011 Roja Parfums was introduced to the Black Hall Perfumery in Harrods, alongside fragrance houses such as Chanel. The brand Roja Parfums is widely recognised as the world's most luxurious fragrance house. It is globally renowned for working with only the finest ingredients in the world. Each scent is made in England, and Roja Parfums is a true testament to the beauty of British perfumery. Designer Roja Parfums has 133 perfumes in its fragrance base, the earliest edition - Semi-Bespoke No. 1, No. 2, etc. - were created in 2005 and the newest - Rija Love, Vetiver Pour Homme Parfum Cologne, Scandal Pour Homme Parfum Cologne, Semi-Bespoke No. 24 and No. 25, Pierre de Velay No. 23 and No 25, etc. - are from 2019.
  • Salvador Dali
    A revered Spanish Catalan artist, an “over-the-top” genius and iconic figure of surrealism, a luminary with legendary panache, Salvador Dali holds a prominent place in 20th Century Modern Art History. Eccentric to a fault, with a penchant for provocation and unpredictability, he was first and foremost among the most famous iconoclastic and avant-garde artists of our time. In 1983, Salvador Dali launched his first fragrance as a tribute to Gala, his wife and muse with whom he was madly in love. To him, perfume was the "most beautiful messenger" of memories and happy moments... A multi-faceted talent, it was only natural for Salvador Dali to take an interest in fragrance - as it fell somewhere between art and fashion - another form of artistic expression. In 1981, after completing the Apparition of the Aphrodite of Knidos painting, he sketched a perfume bottle, drawing inspiration from the sensual lips and nose of the goddess of beauty and love. It is this sketch that would inspire the Dali fragrance launched in 1983, in a crystal numbered limited edition. Chosen by the Master, the feminine fragrance is a sensuous accord blending the rarest and purest varieties of jasmine, the flower he often wore tucked behind his ear as he painted, and rose. To date more than 25 fragrances and three collections of precious and luxurious fragrances, imagined with all the know-how and the requirements of the High French Perfumery have been produced by the Salvador Dali label. Each collection is inspired by the creations or a facet of the singular and unique world of one of the greatest artists of the history of modern art, Salvador Dalí: The Jewels Collection, The Daligramme Collection, The Fabulous Collection, and many more inspiring perfumes have been and are created by the brand. The fragrances are contained in "sculptured bottles" which are a true work of art that marked the creation of Salvador Dali, still inspired by the artist’s artwork.
  • Salvatore Ferragamo
    Salvatore Ferragamo is an Italian luxury goods company, specialising in shoes, leather goods, ready-to-wear clothes, eyewear, Swiss-made timepieces. Salvatore Ferragamo built the company upon an artistic trait that is so integral to the Florentine identity, because the city colours the artistry, craft, drive, family ethos and harmony of Ferragamo with unmistakable hues. For Ferragamo, Florence is a place of endless inspiration, but also a place of affection. After studying shoemaking in Naples, Salvatore Ferragamo moved to the Unites States in 1914 where he first began to design footwear for the film industry and became known as the "shoemaker to the stars", as for the perfectly simple, timeless pump worn by Marilyn Monroe in the movie "Some like it hot". When he returned to Italy from the US in 1927 Salvatore Ferragamo had no hesitation where he would build his business and headed straight to Florence, moving the headquarters to Palazzo Spini Feroni, a veritable local landmark, in 1938. Salvatore Ferragamo passed away in 1960, but the Ferragamo company has remained in family hands, continue to shape its ideal of pure beauty, profoundly connected to the House's passion for exquisite craftsmanship and best natural materials that evolve with the passing of time, spanning more than 90 years of excellence and refinement. Classic, for Ferragamo brand, is modernity is a matter of soulful classicism. The innovative urge driving the company is so burning, deeply felt and authentic, it translates right away into a new form of classicism. A luxury piece is always a joint effort, in which the designer and the executor, the fantasy and the hand, are equally important, and the soul of it is the result of their mutual dialogue. Craft is the set of skills of the highly-qualified Ferragamo artisans but it is also a mindset that informs the house as a whole. Craft is integral to the values Ferragamo promotes, in fact, and intrinsically comes with the territory. The first fragrance for women was launched in 1998. In 2001 Ferragamo Perfumes was established, which releases fragrances under the Ferragamo and Incanto names. Designer Salvatore Ferragamo has 89 perfumes in its fragrance base, the earliest edition - Gilio - was created in 1960 and the newest - Farragamo for him -is from 2020.
  • Serge Lutens
    Over the last five decades, Serge Lutens, a French multi-talented artist, had instigated veritable revolutions in beauty and perfume. For him, the fragrance is an illumination, a statement, the dot on the I. Serge Lutens created his first perfume, Nombre Noir, in 1982 for Shiseido, a Japanese cosmetics company. In 1992 they partnered on another legendary fragrance, Feminite du Bois. The Serge Lutens brand emerged in 2000 as a niche perfume house known for its exclusive and unusual fragrances. Popular Serge Lutens colognes include the clean and fresh Five O’clock Au Gingembre, the sweet and musty Lorneo 1834 and the aromatically fresh unisex scent of L’Eau Serge Lutens. Popular Serge Lutens perfumes include the romantic Bas de Soie, the Asian themed Ambre Sultan, the spicy yet elegant Chergui and the fruity floral Nuit de Cellphane.
  • Sospiro
    Sospiro is a niche luxury fragrance brand founded by Sergio Momo, creator of Xerjoff and other luxury fragrance lines. The artistic idea behind Sospiro is to connect a perfume collection that has an Italian or Mediterranean background to another form of art - the art of classical music and theatrical opera that draws inspiration from a creative marriage between Italy and the Middle East. Focused on integrating fragrant imagery from a rich and colorful heritage that inspires the imagination and touches the senses, Sospiro is a graceful balance of the old and the new. Focusing on an artistic approach to creating a truly sophisticated and fragrant experience, Sospiro perfumes are created by internationally recognized perfumers throughout Europe and under the guidance of Xerjoff perfumes, an internally renowned perfumery based out of Torino Italy known for creating some of the most opulent and rarest scent in the world. The Sospiro fragrance collection is presented in collaboration with the perfume house of Xerjoff. Masterful perfume creations of the highest quality that are unrivalled anywhere. The love for special perfumes is not only evident in the exceptional fragrances but also in the exquisitely created flacons crowned a with massive gold metal cap. Designer Sospiro Perfumes has 26 perfumes in its fragrance base, the earliest edition - Accento, Allegro, Capriccio, Duetto, Laylati (Afgano Puro), Vivace - was created in 2011, and the newest - Soprano - is from 2018.
  • Starck
    A new niche perfume brand Starck Perfumes Paris was founded by a world-renowned French architect and designer Philippe Starck. Philippe Starck is a name that became a brand, his list of achievements speaks volumes. Starck's creative interests include furniture, decoration, architecture, street furniture, industry (wind turbines, photo booths), bathroom fittings, kitchens, floor and wall coverings, lighting, domestic appliances, office equipment such as staplers, utensils, tableware, clothing, accessories, toys, glassware, graphic design and publishing, food, and vehicles for land, sea, air and space. In 1997 he received the Excellence in Design Award from the Harvard Graduate School of Design. In 2000 Philippe Starck received the National Order of the Legion of Honour. Starck's interest in perfume developed in early childhood when he used to hide in a store room of his mother's perfume shop. Today he is passionate about his perfume collection Starck Paris. Designer Starck Perfumes Paris has 5 perfumes in its fragrance base, the earliest editions - Peau d'Ailleurs, Peau De Pierre, Peau De Soie - were created in 2016, the newest - Peau de Lumiere Magique, Peau de Nuit Infinite - are from 2018.
  • StriVectin
    StriVectin is a collection of smart, targeted solutions for aging and changing skin. Born in a lab – not a boardroom – science is in the brand’s DNA. StriVectin combines advanced, high-performance skincare ingredients with its patented NIA-114 technology to deliver real, visible, clinically-proven results – from wrinkles and sagging, to discoloration and dark circles, and everything in between. The company promotes clinical skincare wellness and challenges women to outsmart aging, knowing that smart science, powerful products and a positive outlook make all the difference. Founded in 2002, StriVectin is a pioneering force of clinical skincare. As an original “indie” brand, its relentless innovation and clinically proven formulas helped usher in the cosmeceutical skincare era. From the collagen-targeting technology in its iconic SD Advanced Intensive Concentrate to advanced skin tightening technologies in TL Advanced Tightening Face & Neck cream, StriVectin continues to put cutting-edge science into action, delivering newer, faster solutions for the concerns of aging and changing skin. All products are PETA-certified cruelty-free. The pioneer in clinical anti-aging skin care powered by NIA-114™. PETA certified. Formulas for no-nonsense beauty seekers. NIA-114™ is our patented, optimized form of Niacin/Vitamin B3 clinically proven to strengthen the skin barrier and supercharge the performance of other ingredients for visibly transformed, more youthful skin. On July 10, 2009, the StriVectin family of products [Klein-Becker] were sold to a venture-capital backed company, the Strivectin Operating Company, Inc, to be managed by the Chrysallis Management Group. The new company is based in New York and is not related to Basic Research or any of its affiliates/subsidiaries. The sale affected only the StriVectin products.
  • Terry De Gunzburg
    Award winning make-up artist and former creative director of Yves Saint Laurent, Terry De Gunzburg moved into the world of fragrance with a range of intriguing and charming Eau De Parfums. In 2012 Terry de Gunzburg introduced her debut Haute Parfum collection. Each scent was composed in Grasse and celebrates the rare and the precious.A mixture of extravagant notes and perfect blending, Inspired by botanicals and contemporary art, the fragrances captures the beauty of a life of elegance, Terry de Gunzburg is creating perfumes that reflect the paradoxes of a modern women rushing between their many roles in life.
  • The House of Oud
    The House of Oud is a new fragrance brand of high perfumery, the result of friendship that combines passion for fragrances and great mastery, between an Italian master perfumer Andrea Casotti and Mohammed Abu Nashi, a Jakarta based producer of oud, who combine their common passion for perfumes, art and travel. Their ideas and inspirations have been collected from all over the world and furnished with knowledge, experience and the age-old art of perfumery. The House of Oud has twenty perfumes in their fragrance base, divided into two collections: desert Day and Klem Garden, the earliest edition was created in 2016. All the bottles are hand-painted by a master craftsman in Italy: each is distinct and inimitable with their ornament ink and paint.
  • The Merchant Of Venice
    The Vidal Family was involved in the arts of perfumery for more than a century and recognised the need for a cultural luxury brand that would express the uniqueness of Venice: The Merchant Of Venice. The Merchant of Venice is a brand that has its conceptual origins in the ancient Art of Perfumery originated in Venice and from its centuries old trade with the Orient. The maritime trade routes that covered Asia, Africa and on to the Northern Seas of Europe enabled the Republic of Venice to acquire the knowledge and raw materials that otherwise it could not directly attain from within its own mainland. Through master craftsmen such as the Muschieri (perfumers) and the Saoneri (soap makers), new techniques of production were invented that made the Venetian perfumes and cosmetics highly sought after products in all the Royal Courts of Europe. The historic nature and the prestige of the brand expresses itself by precious fragrances carried out by perfumers who reinterpreted the ancient recipes and offer refined products with superior quality. The sophisticated creations are boxed in precious perfume bottles inspired by the millenary art of Venetian glass. History and culture are at the base of The Merchant of Venice that perfectly combines them in excellent Eau De Toilette, Eau De Parfum, body products and home fragrances.
  • Thierry Mugler
    The master of dreamlike fashion and olfactory journey, Thierry Mugler is a fashion designer like no other. Thierry Mugler's love for theatrics stems from his initial training in classical dance and interior design, where he learned about the power of movement, structure and light. He gives the innovative impulse and follows each project carefully. Every perfume style is personal and fulfils an absolute search for perfection. Tierry Mugler's first fragrance, Angel, was introduced in 1992 and became hugely influential on the perfume industry as a whole. It was inducted into the Fifi Awards Hall of Fame in 2007. Mugler's fragrances are offered in conjunction with Clarins Fragrance Group.
  • Tiffany & Co
    In 1837, Charles Lewis Tiffany founded his company in New York City where his store was soon acclaimed as the palace of jewels for its exceptional gemstones. Since then, Tiffany & Co. has become synonymous with elegance, innovative design, fine craftsmanship and creative excellence. During the 20th century its fame thrived worldwide with store network expansion and continuous cultural relevance, as exemplified by Truman Capote’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s and the film starring Audrey Hepburn. Today, with more than 14,000 employees, Tiffany & Co. and its subsidiaries design, manufacture and market jewelry, watches and luxury accessories – including more than 5,000 skilled artisans who cut diamonds and craft jewelry in the Company’s workshops, realizing its commitment to superlative quality. In the late 1980s, Tiffany & Co. entered the fragrance business. The designer has 14 perfumes in its fragrance base: the earliest edition - Tiffany - was created in 1987, and the newest - Tiffany & Co Sheer, Tiffany & Co White Edition, Tiffany & Love For Her, Tiffany & Love For Him - are from 2019.
  • Tiziana Terenzi
    Tiziana Terenzi is a new Italian niche perfume brand, established by Cereria Terenzi in 1968, following the family tradition of developing scented candles and waxworks. The brand is reknowned for creating niche scents with unusual notes and bold combinations, born of a focus on instincts over tradition. Tiziana Terenzi perfume inspirations come from the never-ending quest to depict and capture emotions and the desire to hold to a beautiful moment, they represent narrations of actual journeys through personal emotions and memories. The finest quality raw materials, cultivated with care and love by expert hands, following the artist's recipe are used to produce invaluable perfume extracts. Designer Tiziana Terenzi has 67 perfumes in its fragrance base, the earliest editions - White Fire, XIX March and Gold Rose Oud - was created in 2012 and the latest - Golden Star Collection and Comet Collection - created in 2019. The fragrances are housed in decorated glass bottles decorated and closed with a high-quality stoppers made of the finest wood by skilled Italian craftsmen and originating from the woods in the Appenino mountains.
  • Tom Ford
    Celebrated American fashion designer Tom Ford first launched Tom Ford Beauty in 2006 with the now-iconic fragrance, Black Orchid. Redefining luxury for a new era, the covetable collection of cosmetics and fragrances are designed with Tom Ford’s vision of modern glamour in mind to create deeply personal statements of style. It is Tom Ford's strong point of view that make-up is a powerful tool for transformation; whether muted and elegant or unabashedly bold, it amplifies a woman’s individual beauty and she appears to radiate from within. The collection of fragrances for women and men are intriguing modern classics, each upholding the philosophy that fragrance has the power to tell a story about you.
  • Trussardi
    Trussardi is an Italian fashion and lifestyle brand that in 2011 celebrated 100 years in business. Originally Trussardi was founded as a glove factory by Dante Trussardi, Dante's grandson Nicola propeled the company to international fame as a fashion house and luxury lifestyle goods brand, expanding from gloves to luggage, handbags, home and office accessories, and leather jackets into fashion. Trussardi's first boutique in Milan was opened in 1976 and remains the company's flagship store. Trussardi goods are exported to the United States and all major markets in Europe. Trussardi remains a family business under the leadership of Beatrice Trussardi, the fourth generation of the family to hold the reins. Since 2005, Trussardi offers fragrances in conjunction with Selective Beauty. Trussardi's first fragrance was Trussardi for women, introduced in a leather-encased bottle designed by Nicola Trussardi himself. Designer Trussardi has 45 perfumes in its fragrance base. The earliest edition - Trussardi for women - was created in 1983 and the newest - Riflesso Blue Vibe, Trussardi Donna Intense and Trussardi Uomo - are from 2019.
  • Van Cleef & Arpels
    Founded in 1906, Van Cleef & Arpels is famed the world over for its exclusive, innovative jewelry designs. Though Van Cleef & Arpels never shares the identities of its private clientele, many legendary beauties have been photographed in the jewels: from Audrey Hepburn to Scarlett Johanssen, Grace Kelly to Julia Roberts, Elizabeth Taylor to Sharon Stone. 1976 saw the launch of Van Cleef & Arpels fragrance, uniting the worlds of prestigious jewelry and fine fragrances in a single ground-breaking perfume - First - an extravagant floral aldehydic masterpiece. Today, scents include the iconic Feerie, Oriens and Midnight in Paris, alongside the prestigious Collection Extraordinaire. The creative spirit of the brand is inspired by the beauty of nature: it expresses itself through themes which reflect feminine grace, couture, Art Deco, being discreet but precious, fleeting but very present.
  • Vertus Paris
    Vertus Paris is a niche French perfume brand established in 1996 and world renowned for artful blends with unique and unrivalled quality. The brand embodies a sensual scope of "signature scents" designed and developed in France. Its ceaseless commitment to innovation, creativity and diversity has drawn attention of the international elite. As Vertus Paris stands for innovation, creativity and conscientiousness, its exclusive niche fragrances are already among the top ten on four continents. This can be attributed not least to strict quality control and most valuable raw materials of the earth. All premium fragrances are produced in accordance with EU directives and accredited and international quality standards. From the idea of a fragrance creation to the dispatch of luxury perfumes, Vertus Paris always tries to achieve maximum performance. Designer Vertus has 20 perfumes in its fragrance base, the earliest editions - Oud Noir, 1001, Oriental Rose, Bois et Cuir, Night Dose, Rose Morocco, Rose Prive, Vanilla Oud - were created in 2015 and the newest - Sole Patchouli, Royak Orris, Silhouette, Paradox - are from 2017.
  • Viktor&Rolf
    Viktor and Rolf is an Amsterdam-based fashion house was founded in 1993 by Dutch designers Victor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren, specializing in conceptual and avant-garde clothing collections. From 2000, Viktor & Rolf began to devote their artistic talent to ready-to-wear collections. In 2003, the designers launched a Menswear collection which co-existed alongside the women’s line until 2009. In 2015, the designers returned once more to haute couture citing that they wanted to "explore the limits of wearability, function and form. The first Viktor & Rolf female fragrance Flowerbomb was introduced in 2004, the fragrance was a great success with several limited editions being issues over the following years. And the men's fragrance Antidote followed in 2006. Today designer Viktor & Rolf has 82 perfumes in its fragrance base, with the earliest edition created in 2004.
  • Xerjoff
    Xerjoff is an Italian luxury brand founded by Sergio Momo in Turin in 2003, the Perfume House fully dedicated to luxury fragrance in its art form. Driven by a true passion for the artistry of Haute perfumery, offering distinctive fragrances composed of the finest ingredients, in exquisite packaging, the brand offers scented stories that refer to different creative universes, combined to the search for beauty with the aim of blending the most luxurious materials to complement the most affluent global lifestyles. Xerjoff is committed to using nothing but the finest and rarest materials in their perfume creation, it deftly combines the traditional art of perfume craftsmanship with contemporary inspiration to dramatic effect. From the captivating Shooting Stars Collection and the traditional Casamorati line to the Harrods exclusive Emerald Star, the collections of beautifully bottled pure perfume oils and Eau de Parfums each offer the wearer a heady journey into the precious realm of fine perfume. Created by the artisan expertise of the master perfumers’ of Grasse, Xerjoff is a journey towards the discovery of the most precious part of the fascinating territory of essences, the place where the unique alliance between the millenary knowledge of Nature and technological research is celebrated. The exclusive nature of the raw materials, selected from the very best offered by the traditional export countries is matched with meticulous attention to detail, right down to the creation of surprising sculpture bottles carved out of quartz stone, Murano glass and other precious materials. Designer Xerjoff has 116 perfumes in its fragrance base, the earliest edition created in 2007 and the newest - Luxor- is from 2020.
  • Yves Saint Laurent
    Yves Saint Laurent is the French fashion house, often abbreviated as YSL, is known for its exquisitely tailored women's couture clothing and ready-to wear collections. Perfumes and cosmetics have long been included in the designer's offerings. First launched in 1978, Yves Saint Laurent Beauté creates must-have fragrances and beauty products. Since the launch of 'Y' in 1964, Yves Saint Laurent’s history has been marked by a number of successes that since then have become modern classics of the perfume world, and continues to earn new followers with contemporary editions.

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