It’s safe to say that no other fragrance category brings us as close to the great outdoors as greens. And just like the natural world all round us, they’re diverse—a green perfume can be minty-fresh from peppermint, earthy and grounding from vetiver, bright and zesty with verbena, clean from green tea, or even herbaceous with lavender or basil notes.Continue Reading
After months of bitter cold and barren trees, we welcome the return of blue skies and gentle breezes. Our selection to herald this seasonal transition is the fresh, vibrant Acqua Fiorentina, whose light fruity and floral bouquet evokes the sweet scent of blooming lush orchards in the heart of Italy.
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While perfume is often divided between feminine and masculine categories, there is a third scent family that is equally charming on either gender: universal fragrances.
Founded in 1760 and based in Paris, The House of Creed is the world’s oldest privately owned fragrance dynasty. Guided by master perfumer Olivier Creed, and his son Erwin, The House of Creed has gained incredible popularity over the years, namely due to its exclusivity and depth of offering.
The House of Creed receives hundreds of inquiries from our well-informed clients. Recently, advice seekers have wondered this: “How does one transition to a new fragrance?” Switching from one scent family to another may seem challenging as there are many elements that may play in one’s choice;