Chanel No.5 Eau De Parfum – The now and forever fragrance. The ultimate in femininity. An elegant, luxurious spray closest in strength and character to the parfum form. The sleek, portable signature bottle is perfect for the dressing table or travel.
Shalimar by Guerlain – Shalimar was created by Jacques Guerlain in 1925, as a tribute to the legendary love story between Emperor SHAHJAHAN and his wife Mumtaz Mahal. Shalimar is one of the best selling perfumes ever and its magic is undeniable. Perfume is composed of citrus notes; lemon and bergamot, jasmine, may rose, opoponax, Tonka bean, vanilla, iris, Peru balsam and gray amber.
L’air Du Temps by Nina Ricci – The timeless fragrance L’Air du tempsby Nina Ricci that brought a fame to the Ricci house became and remains until today one of the greatest fragrance creations. L’Air du Temps was created due to the great passion of the Nina Ricci’s son Robert for fragrances and the art of the master perfumer Francis Fabron.
Poison by Christian Dior – Forbidden fruit from the house of Dior, Poison is the revolutionary fragrance that became a legend since it has been launched in 1985. An unrivalled alchemy; spicy, fruity, woody fragrance of enigmatic profoundness that mesmerizes the senses. This dark, mysterious and elegant perfume, which won a FiFi award in 1987, was created by Edouard Flechier.
Classique by Jean Paul Gaultier – The perfume is created in 1993. At the beginning its name was JPGaultier Eau de Parfum and it was produced as eau de parfum. Now, it is called Classique and comes both as eau de perfume and eau de toilette.
Coco Mademoiselle Parfum by Chanel – Coco Mademoiselle was introduced as eau de parfum in 2001, as well as eau de toilette in 2002. Both compositions were created by Jacques Polge. The composition is focused on two characteristic ingredients of Chanel editions – jasmine absolute and May rose absolute. Delicate flowers are enhanced and enriched with a touch of Florentine iris. Top notes of Coco Mademoiselle Parfum incorporate Sicilian oranges, Calabrian bergamot and Sicilian grapefruit.
Opium by Yves Saint Laurent Perfume – was launched in 1977, created by Jean Amic and Jean-Louis Sieuzac. A flowery and voluptuous character. A rich, oriental and spicy structure. A profound and intense version which sublimates the sensuality of the fragrance.
Youth-Dew by Estée Lauder – was launched in 1953, created by Josephine Catapano. Originally conceived as perfumed bath oil, it is the dowager empress of the Lauder fragrance counter, still selling briskly despite its late middle age. In today’s terms, Youth Dew is retro in the same way Opium is retro; they are both heavily spiced and heavy-lidded Orientals of a type no longer in trend.