- Agent Provocateur
- Anna Sui
- Britney Spears
- Calvin Klein
- Carolina Herrera
- Christina Aguilera
- Dolce & Gabbana
- Ed Hardy
- Elie Saab
- Elizabeth Arden
- Estee Lauder
- Giorgio Armani
- Hugo Boss
- Issey Miyake
- Jean Paul Gaultier
- Jennifer Lopez
- Jimmy Choo
- Juicy Couture
- Justin Bieber
- Lady Gaga
- Lolita Lempicka
- Marc Jacobs
- Michael Kors
- Narciso Rodriguez
- Nina Ricci
- Oscar de la Renta
- Paco Rabanne
- Ralph Lauren
- Roberto Cavalli
- Stella McCartney
- Thierry Mugler
- Tommy Hilfiger
- Vera Wang
- Vivienne Westwood
- Yves Saint Laurent
There are 73 manufacturers.
Agent Provocateur is a luxury lingerie line established in the UK in 1994 by Joseph Corre and Serena Rees.
"Rees and Corré introduced their vision of lingerie avoiding the British prudery that insists on categorising anything to do with sex as sleazy or smutty. The aim was to create an availability of high quality designer lingerie with creative flair to stimulate, enchant and arouse both wearers and their partners."
The signuture fragrance by the same name was launched in August 2000.
Designer Agent Provocateur has 10 perfumes in our fragrance base. The earliest edition was created in 2000 and the newest is from 2012.
Anna Sui is an American fashion designer of Chinese origins. The first boutique Anna Sui opened in Soho in 1992. Her first fragrance, created in cooperation with Wella, was named after her and it was launched in 1999.
Designer Anna Sui has 17 perfumes in our fragrance base. The earliest edition was created in 1999 and the newest is from 2012.
Aramis was a pioneer in the men's prestige grooming products and fragrance market. The brand was launched in 1964 by Estee Lauder Companies, it was named for a character in Alexandre Dumas' beloved classic "The Three Musketeers." The original Aramis fragrance made a splash upon first introduction and continues to attract new devotees with each generation.
The scent is a classic masculine mix of woody and spicy notes that fans say never goes out of style. For many men of a certain age, Aramis was the first after-shave or men's toiletry they used. The original after-shave is still available and the fragrance is offered in Eau de Toilette, shaving soap and body wash.
Aramis is also a brand that produces other fragrances for both men and women, and is the parent company of Tommy Hilfiger fragrances. Notable offerings besides the original scent include New West for her, introduced in 1990, and classic men's fragrance Havana, first introduced in 1994.
Designer Aramis has 24 perfumes in our fragrance base. The earliest edition was created in 1966 and the newest is from 2012.
The Azzaro brand was created in the image of its founder, Loris Azzaro. A Tunisian-born Sicilian who embodied the essence of Mediterranean luxury—tanned, sensual, hedonistic—the designer quickly established a reputation in the late 1960s with his glamorous and sexy fashions. The brand expanded its offering to include fragrances, introducing Azzaro for Women in 1975, to be followed soon by the modern classic Azzaro pour Homme in 1978. From its inception, and continuing through its newest releases under current artistic director Vanessa Seward, Azzaro embodies a chic and jet-setting lifestyle synonymous with present-day luxury.
Designer Azzaro has 43 perfumes in our fragrance base. The earliest edition was created in 1975 and the newest is from 2012.
Beckham fragrances are produced in conjunction with Coty. David Beckham's Instinct for men was the first fragrance from the pair, issued in 2005. His and hers versions of many other fragrances have been issued, such as the Intimately Beckham For Her and For Him from 2006. Advertisements for the fragrances typically feature provocative photos of the couple, all helping to make the Beckham fragrance range one of the best-selling celebrity lines in the world today.
Heat is the first fragrance by attractive and talented Beyonce and it arrives on the market in February 2010. Name of the fragrance was inspired by Beyonce's tour and performances. Colour of flacon and liquid was chosen after Beyonce's favourite colour – red, with a wish to look like fire with antique details.
Even though Beyonce is advertising face of perfumes Diamonds Armani and True Star Tommy Hilfiger, she says that her first fragrance, Heat, represents herself. Her wish is that her first fragrance stands for everything that makes her and that she is content with the final product, without worrying about deadlines of work on the perfume. "This is my first fragrance and I want to be sure that I will love it forever! " - stated Beyonce for wwd.
Britney Spears personifies daring and piques the curiosity of young women everywhere. Curious by Britney Spears represents the young woman that pushes boundaries and revels in adventure.
© 2004 EA Fragrances, Co. Britney Spears TM is a trademark licensed to Elizabeth Arden Inc., by Britney Brands, Inc.
The Burberry brand, created in 1856, has a rich history behind it. Known throughout the world, Burberry's classic trenchcoats are complemented by women's and men's ready-to-wear, sportswear, and fine leather accessories. Inspired by the image, elegance, luxury, and style of Burberry apparel, the fragrances are a classic and prestigious extension of the ready-to-wear and accessory collections.
For over a century, Bvlgari has been setting the standard for luxury. Their timeless, yet uniquely modern jewelry has distinguished them as one of the leading purveyors of beauty and style. Using the same principles applied to creating their jewels—innovation, design, and detail—Bvlgari created a collection of perfumes that are equally as luxurious. Blending the contemporary with the classic, in bottles that are works of art, Bvlgari fragrances are modern-day gems.
Cacharel is a French brand offering fashions, accessories and fragrances. Founded in 1962 by designer Jean Bousquet, the company takes its name from the local term for Anas querquedula, a small duck native to the Camargue region of France.
Cacharel gained notoriety after one of its modern pink shirts appeared on the cover of Elle in 1963, and the company's reputation expanded throughout the 1970s.
Noted for its youthful, feminine fashions, the house of Cacharel extended its image with the launch of its first scent, Anaïs Anaïs, in 1978. This classic feminine perfume is still available today and has been followed by additional scents for men and women.
As one of the world's leading lifestyle brands, Calvin Klein is synonymous with streamlined style. Everything the label creates—clothing, accessories, home design—becomes a timeless classic. Their award-winning fragrances are no exception. With an oeuvre of famous eaus that continue to redefine the world of perfume, Calvin Klein's uncomplicated offerings have become beauty icons in both sight and smell. The first to introduce us to unisex scents, Calvin Klein is always one scent ahead.
When fashion designer Carolina Herrera created her signature fragrance from a sensual and heady blend of jasmine and tuberose, she noted its scent brought back memories of warm summer nights under the Caracas sky.
A decade later, it still ignites thoughts of summer nights. But it also recalls a wonderful dinner party from two months ago, and last night's gala. "This fragrance is a constant in my life," she says. "It is the only scent I have worn for 10 years. It is distinctly part of me."
For more than 150 years, Cartier has been a creative force in the design and manufacturing of exceptional jewelry, watches, accessories, and fragrances. Imagination, craft, audacity, and inventiveness have characterized the renowned French trademark's creations from the start, and excellence has always been its goal. Since the extravagant 1980s, Cartier has been creating perfume objets d'art—luxurious fragrances contained in high-design bottles evocative of the pioneering spirit and exacting standards that propel the pedigreed label to create perfection, time after time.
Chanel S.A. is the fashion house founded in 1910 by Gabrielle Chanel (affectionately called 'Coco' by friends). Chanel created a real revolution in the fashion world with her simple, elegant fashions of timeless appeal. She was one of the first designers to introduce pants for women, and is widely credited as the creator of fashion staple "the little black dress." Ms. Chanel maintained creative control of the design company until her death in 1971. Karl Lagerfeld took the helm as chief designer in 1983.
Chanel created a similar revolution in the world of perfume with its first fragrance, the iconic Chanel N°5, first introduced in 1921. This fragrance continues to be a worldwide bestseller, maintaining contemporary appeal with innovative advertising and celebrity endorsements. Chanel N°5 and many of the house's oldest enduring fragrances were created by Ernest Beaux. Since 1978 the in-house perfumer for Chanel has been Jacques Polge.
Designer Chanel has 52 perfumes in our fragrance base. Chanel is an old perfume house. The earliest edition was created in 1920 and the newest is from 2012. Chanel fragrances were made in collaboration with perfumers Jacques Polge, Ernest Beaux, Henri Robert and Christopher Sheldrake.
Before the namesake fragrance, Chloé ruled the fashion runways with ultra-modern, feminine fashions that set the trends in 1950s Paris. Created by designer Gaby Aghion, Chloé would change how women dressed, guided by Aghion's infectious bohemian spirit. Rejecting the stiff formality of 50s fashion, she created soft silhouettes from fine fabrics, calling them "luxury prêt-à-porter." In 1956, Aghion and her business partner, Jacques Lenoir debuted the first collection at Café de Florea famous Parisian meeting ground for existentialists and artists. They chose the name "Chloé" for its warm, feminine appeal, perfectly in sync with the mood of Paris at the time: youthful and modern. Today, Chloé the fragrance is a new way to wear Aghion's collections, and get a taste of the inspiring bohemian spirit that started it all.
Christina Aguilera's debut perfume, Xpose, was released only in Europe, in 2004. The 2007 release Christina Aguilera was the number one perfume in the UK the year it was released, and became a top-seller in Germany in 2009. Christina Aguilera fragrances are offered in conjunction with Procter & Gamble.
The first Clinique fragrance, Aromatics Elixir, was introduced in 1971. This distinct fragrance which just celebrated its 40th anniversary has been a signature scent for multiple generations of women. In spite of the enduring popularity of Aromatics Elixir, the company's best-selling fragrance is actually Happy, introduced in 1997.
This zesty citrus-floral scent bounced into the national consciousness through a series of lively television ads featuring the Judy Garland song, "Come on Get Happy," which was said to have inspired its name. The name, the advertising and the fragrance struck a chord with American women of the late 20th century. Bottles flew off the shelves as the fragrance's popularity soared, and Happy would eventually spawn a men's edition as well as a series of flankers.
Created for the young, dynamic generation that demands the freedom to choose, D&G by Dolce & Gabbana is a lineup of five fragrances inspired by the art of self-expression. Neither male- nor female-specific, the unisex scents evoke distinctly different perfume personas:
Le Bateleur: Seductive. Sexy. Provocative.
L'Imperatrice: Confident. Successful. Charismatic
L'Amoureux: Romantic. Desirable. Sensual.
La Roue de la Fortune: Adventurous. Creative. Experimental.
La Lune: Mysterious. Hypnotizing. Delicate.
Like a personal fragrance wardrobe, D&G's comprehensive collection of confident and interchangeable blends allows you to seamlessly switch up your spritz depending on mood, desired sensory experience, or time of day. Multiple personalities never looked so sexy.
Designer Davidoff has 40 perfumes in our fragrance base. The earliest editions originate from 1984 and the newest ones from 2010. Davidoff fragrances are made in association with perfumers Antoine Lie, Aurelien Guichard, Pierre Bourdon, Nathalie Lorson, Philippe Bousseton, Beatrice Piquet, Pierre Wargnye, Alain Astori, Francoise Caron, Francis Kurkdjian and Jean Jacques.
Created by Renzo Rosso in 1978, Diesel creates everything from denim, luxurious casual apparel, intimates and kids to eyewear, watches, jewelry and now fragrances. More than a company, Diesel is a state of mind: it means being open to new things, listening to one's intuition and being honest with oneself. Fuel for Life, more than simply a fragrance, compels you to feel alive exhilarated like the thrill of experiencing something for the first time.
From catwalk-inspired cosmetics to cutting-edge skincare and timeless fragrances, Christian Dior has brought us some of the most luxurious, trendsetting, and fashionable beauty products around. It's this magical mix of couture-meets-cosmetics that not only attracts celebrities, supermodels, and the society set, but also has solidified Dior's reputation as one of the most unabashedly stylish beauty brands in the world.
Divaderme is a unique line of essential natural beauty products that combine nature, technology and ancient beauty secrets to create flawless lashes, brows, makeup and beautiful radiant skin. Researched and formulated in Italy, Divadermes’ futuristic formulations are prepared with nature’s finest ingredients creating the world’s most innovative avant-garde products. Divaderme Cosmetics have provided natural sophisticated peak performance products to Salon and Spa professionals for over 30 years. Divaderme delivers amazing products with effortless elegance. Luminous textures and a pallet of chic European ultra feminine luxurious colors are used to bring out the Diva in every woman. Divaderme’s Lash Extender and Brow Extender are number one worldwide.
DKNY is the street-side complement to Donna Karan's luxe ready-to-wear collection. What began as a quest for the perfect jeans and a fashionable option in which Karan could dress her daughter has erupted into a style empire that includes ready-to-wear, eyewear, shoes, accessories, and fragrances. At DKNY, the designs are friendly, the fashion is fast, and the attitude is sharp. So it's no surprise that each scent, just like her clothing, emanates the inspiration Karan draws from urbane men and women.
Since its inception in 1985, Dolce & Gabbana has been regarded as a revolutionary influence in international fashion design. With their first fragrance, Dolce & Gabbana Pour Femme, the company unveiled an olfactory expression of its highly successful fashion designs. Today, their glamorous array of siren-esque fragrances—for both men and women—continue to embody and evolve the luxe Italian label's sexy, audacious spirit.
California artist Don Ed Hardy is recognized around the world as "the godfather of modern tattoo." With a background in tattoo artistry, as well as surf and hot-rod iconography, Hardy's broad spectrum of experience, coupled with an ongoing curiosity of various art histories, adds a unique range and depth to his work. Fascinated by tattoos since childhood, Hardy has become a master of his craft while continuing his work in the more traditional mediums of painting and drawing. With a successful stint in the clothing and accessories business, Hardy has generated a cult following for his tattoo-adorned pieces. His latest venture is purely sensory, with fragrances for men and women that will be equally coveted among die-hard Ed Hardy fans.
Elie Saab is a Lebanese fashion designer known for his evening gowns worn by many celebrities on the red carpet.
Designer Elie Saab has 2 perfumes in our fragrance base. Elie Saab is a new fragrance brand.
Elizabeth Arden Fragrances was founded by designer Elizabeth Arden in 1915 in the USA. By 1920, over a hundred products were spelling out the Elizabeth Arden name in almost 600 permutations - more products than any other company in the world. By the 1930's, it was said that there were only three American names known in every corner of the globe: Singer Sewing Machines, Coca-Cola, and Elizabeth Arden.
The first and one of the best-known global prestige beauty products company, Elizabeth Arden is uniquely positioned to continue its role as a leader in the fragrance, cosmetic and skincare industry, building upon its expertise and advances while always remaining on the cutting edge of product innovation.
Escada creates classic fragrances, expressions of eternal elegance which are based on the same values that have ruled the Escada fashion empire for over 20 years. Original and modern fragrance concepts are added every year, new fragrance interpretations of Escada's spring fashion collections. These scents include well-being fragrances to enhance your mood, displayed in dressed-up couture bottles. Escada's range of fragrances and bottles is an olfactory representation of its fashion collection.
Italian fashion house Fendi was founded by Adele Casagrande in 1918. A marriage to Edoardo Fendi led to a name change and the establishment of the company known today as Fendi, in 1925.
The house began as a boutique in Rome that specialized in leather and furs. The business did well and boutiques outside Rome were opened in the 1930s and 1940s. In 1946, the daughters of Adele and Edoardo joined the family business and brought fresh ideas for the products. The daughters also met an up-and-coming designer in Paris who would join the company and take it in exciting new directions: Karl Lagerfeld.
Lagerfeld began working with Fendi in 1965 and produced the house's first ready-to-wear fur collection in 1969. The line featured modern shapes and innovative techniques with fur and leather. Lagerfeld also designed the company's signature "Double F" logo which is still in use today.
Fendi is most noted for their bags, chief among them the "baguette" style, but the company moved into ready-to-wear lines in 1977. The fashion lines expanded in the 1980s and 1990s to eventually include menswear, denim, gifts, eyeglasses and fragrances.
The first Fendi fragrance, Fendi for Women, was launched in 1985. Fendi Uomo arrived in 1988. A series of fragrances were launched throughout the 1990s and 21st century, with Fan di Fendi the newest fragrance in the line.
Fendi fashions and fragrances are produced in conjunction with luxury-goods conglomerate LVMH.
In 1999 Ferrari made their first steps into a completely new direction by launching the brand's first perfume, Ferrari Black. The oriental composition with sweet notes has been a commercial success since it had hit the shelves. While their cars are financially out of reach for most people, the fragrance gives the wearer the feeling of owning a piece of merchandise from a world-famous and exclusive luxury brand. In order to bring a piece of Ferrari to more and more homes, the brand soon launched their second fragrance, another one for men, in 2001. The name of the woody and mossy scent is Ferrari No. 1. In 2003 a new scent composed of elegant notes around an intense patchouli with the well thought-out name of Ferrari Racing was launched.
2005 saw the presentation of another men's fragrance called Passion. The bottle and the outer carton were coloured in the well-know Ferrari-red. A limited edition with the name Unlimited was launched the same year. The sweet, spicy and aromatic composition of Ferrari Extreme hit the shelves in 2006.
As previous limited edition have proven successful, the men's fragrance Ferrari Light Essence, the first one housed in a bottle that is neither red nor black, was released to the market in a blue bottle with a blue outer carton in 2007. In the beginning of 2009 Ferrari launched the supercar Scuderia Spider M16 and the woody, spicy and aromatic fragrance Ferrari Uomo. The presentation of the fragrance Scuderia Ferrari took place in 2010 - the same year that the new car model 458 was unveiled to the world.
While Ferrari cars are only available to the rich, the fragrances are reasonably priced and have gained a large fan-base.
Ghost is a UK-based fashion label created by Tanya Sarne and Katherine Hamnett in 1985. Sarne has no training as a designer but previously worked as a model and had an intuitive sense about fashion and the way clothing should fit women's bodies. The company name is variously described as referring to the actual designers who would "ghost-write" the collection behind the scenes, and also to the company's prospects in the fashion business, described by many as a "ghost of a chance" at success.
The company is known for its flow-y, feminine dresses that flattered all body types, as well as its unique use of the fabric viscose, a fabric made from wood or cotton fibers, which the Ghost house designed and pre-treated in a special way that rendered the fabric ethereal, breathable, wrinkle-free and with a luxurious crepe-like appearance.
The company went on to be a multi-million pound success in the UK, with their own boutiques and sales through select retail outlets such as Harvey Nichols, Selfridges and Liberty. The Ghost fashion line was a favorite with celebrities and real women everywhere who embraced its comfort, generous sizing and flattering cuts.
Perfumes were a valued piece of the Ghost product offering, with the launch of the first scent, Ghost Perfume, in 1995. A series of Ghost fragrances for men and women have since been introduced, in collaboration with Procter & Gamble.
Giorgio Armani is one of the world's most influential and esteemed fashion designers. For over three decades, the Italian icon has turned out season after season of beautiful clothing, accessories, and fragrance. His collections are hot tickets with the A-list and his creations are red carpet regulars. Devotees love Armani for its unmistakable luxury, clean lines, and lush fabrics. This same vision is translated in Armani's fragrances, a collection of true classics that are coveted the world over.
Ever since the days when couture was considered a refined, white-coated craftsmanship, Hubert de Givenchy has been recognized as one of the world's most revered fashion designers—with a client roster that reads like a 'who's who' of the best-dressed women of all time. Givenchy's fragrances, cosmetics, and advanced skincare are as precious as couture—with seemingly personalized formulas that are modern in innovation and high in performance. They're a blend of French-style elegance with American-style spontaneity, plus a touch of something very chic, very irresistible, and very Givenchy.
Established in Florence, Italy in the 1920s, Gucci is one of the world's most coveted brands that understands that fashion and fragrance go hand in hand. A purveyor of hip, modern designs for men and women, Gucci has elevated their minimalist signature monogram to iconic status, often splashing it across the season's new It bag, assortment of sportswear, stiletto heels, and fragrances. Ranging from sultry and sexy to sweet and sugary, the couture scents are—much like the coveted label's clothing and accessories—instant classics. Gucci sits atop the pinnacle of chic while riding the waves of a powerful fashion renaissance—and their bellissima blends are a constant reminder of the sweet smell of success.
If there were a dictionary devoted to beauty, listed under the word 'classic' you'd find Guerlain. This purveyor of luxury fragrance, makeup, and skincare has consistently defined—and redefined—our standards of beauty for over 175 years. Since 1828, Guerlain has guided us through a remarkable series of firsts, including industry standards like lipstick, eyeliner, mascara, and scientifically based skincare. And that's just the beginning: Their fragrance house has created over 700 perfumes, several of which are considered masterpieces. An enduring symbol of style and innovation, it's nearly impossible to imagine life before lipstick—or Guerlain.
Hugo Boss, a name that has become synonymous with fashionable men's apparel since 1923, is a leading manufacturer of quality menswear. The first Boss fragrance was launched in 1993, and the Boss name continues to be a major leader in the global fragrance marketplace.
Issey Miyake is a Japanese fashion designer known for his innovations with fabric and his use of technology to produce interesting and practical garments.
Miyake was born in Hiroshima in 1938, and was a witness and survivor of the atomic bombing of the city during World War II. After studying graphic design at Tama Art University in Tokyo, Mikyake went on to work for some of the most famous couturiers of the 1960s. A move to Paris led to work for Guy Laroche and Givenchy. Another move to New York brought the opportunity to design ready-to-wear for Geoffrey Beene. Miyake returned to Tokyo in 1970, founded the Miyake Design Studio and began producing women's fashions.
Miyake's extensive knowledge of fabrics led to an innovation in garment pleating that uses a heat press to add permanent pleats to garments that were already cut and sewn. Other innovative fashions from Miyake include A-POC (acronym for "a piece of clothing") which are tubes of fabric that can be cut into a variety of shapes and styles by the purchaser, and the me Issey Miyake line (also known as "Cauliflower" outside the Asian market), a line of one-size-fits-all shirts that stretch to fit the wearer and are sold in plastic tubes.
Miyake officially retired from design in 1997 but continues to oversee all the lines in the company.
Miyake's fashions and perfumes reflect a sense of humor and make use of multi-lingual puns. A-POC, for example, sounds like the English word "Epoch." When Miyake launched his first perfume, L'eau d'Issey for women in 1992, the name is a homonym for the French word l'Odyssée ("odyssey" in English). A Scent by Issey Miyake, launched in 2009, could be read as "ascent by Issey Miyake." Miyake also maintains a store in Japan called ELLTOB TEP ("pet bottle" spelled backwards) which sells his entire line.
Issey Miyake fragrances are offered in conjunction with Beauté Prestige International, a division of Shiseido.
French fashion designer whose first collection was presented in 1976. The first perfume of the Gaultier house was launched in 1993; it was the famous Jean Paul Gaultier edp for women, whose name was subsequently changed into Classique. Classique was followed by Le Male in 1995, and fragile in 1999. All of them were known by peculiar package and unusual composition.
Designer Jean Paul Gaultier has 43 perfumes in our fragrance base. The earliest editions originate from 1993 and the newest ones from 2010. Jean Paul Gaultier fragrances are made in association with perfumers Jacques Cavallier, Francis Kurkdjian and Aurelien Guichard.
Jennifer Lopez is an American actress, dancer, TV personality, fashion designer and platinum-selling recording artist. Lopez, known affectionately to fans as JLo, got her start as a dancer on television and in music videos in the early 1990s. She made the jump to films just a few years later, earning awards and acclaim for her breakthrough role in the film Selena.
Always known for her beauty, fashion sense and glamorous looks, Lopez launched her first fragrance, Glow, in 2002. The curvy bottle shape of Glow was designed to resemble the actress's famous figure. Glow was an instant best-seller, and a series of successful fragrances for women have followed. Lopez introduced her first fragrance for men, Deseo, as a companion to the women's Deseo fragrance, both issued in 2008. Jennifer Lopez Beauty produces fragrances in conjunction with Coty.
Jimmy Choo is a Malaysian exclusive shoes designer based in London. The brand was established in 1996 together with the editor of accessories in British Vogue, Tamara Mellon.
Designer Jimmy Choo has 3 perfumes in our fragrance base. Jimmy Choo is a new fragrance brand. The earliest edition was created in 2011 and the newest is from 2012. Jimmy Choo fragrances were made in collaboration with perfumers Olivier Polge and Veronique Nyberg.
JOOP! (pronounced "yope") is a German fashion and cosmetics brand founded by designer Wolfgang Joop in 1978. The designer capitalized the name and added the exclamation point to distinguish the brand from himself.
JOOP! showed its first ready-to-wear collection in 1982, and added menswear to its line in 1985.
JOOP! is known especially for its prolific line of fragrances, beginning with the first scent, JOOP! Femme, introduced in 1987. Popular JOOP! Homme was introduced just two years later. Both became top sellers and helped JOOP! evolve from a fashion company into a lifestyle company who today offers fashions, accessories, eyewear, fragrances and home goods.
Wolfgang Joop left the company in 2001, but the brand has endured. The house has been owned by Swiss-based Holy Fashion Group since 2008, though Coty retains the JOOP! cosmetics and fragrance licenses. Primarily marketing its goods in Austria, Switzerland and Germany, JOOP! is one of the most popular and recognized brands today in Germany.
Wolfgang Joop's daughter Jette Joop is also a perfumer with several fragrances on the market.
The popular fashion house started by designers Gele Nesh-Taylor ( John Taylor from Duran Duran's wife) and Pamela Skaist-Levy. They are most famous for their well-designed track suits. Juicy Couture has several lines in their assortment: Juicy Couture, Couture Couture, Juicy for Men, Juicy Kids and Doggy (for pets), as well as a collection of silver pendants. Children's fashion line was introduced in 2002. The house is owned by Liz Claiborn group now and the brand Juicy Couture's offer extended to perfumes, leather and cotton bags, accessories, jewelry, footwear, swimsuits, sunglasses...
Justin Bieber is a Canadian pop singer, who was very young when he became a popular teen star.
Designer Justin Bieber has 3 perfumes in our fragrance base. Justin Bieber is a new fragrance brand. The earliest edition was created in 2011 and the newest is from 2012. The nose who worked on Justin Bieber fragrances is Honorine Blanc.
Kenzo has always worked towards a multicultural world, a world of colors and beauty, with nature as a vibrant, inexhaustible source of inspiration. Classic, contemporary, or visionary, the women's and men's perfumes Kenzo created are based on values of life, energy, and a deep-rooted equilibrium.
In 1933, the first brand name logo was stitched on the front of a garment, Rene Lacoste had discovered the strength of the crocodile. Several decades later his logo has taken on a role larger than life. In 1984, Lacoste Pour Homme was created for all Rene Lacoste's followers, the men who follow the style embodied in the crocodile: men of class, reliance, and elegance.
Lady Gaga is a new fragrance brand. Lady Gaga presents her first fragrance in collaboration with her
own The Haus Laboratories Paris and fragrance company Coty. The perfume,
called Fame, comes out on the market in Sept 2012.
At Lancôme, style is not a trend—it's a beautiful way of life, from sensibly sensational skincare to catwalk-inspired makeup to luxurious bath, body, and suncare products. This modern brand's award-winning products and coveted must-haves showcase the ultimate in advanced technology, sensorial pleasure, and art de vivre—an attitude that reflects Lancôme's French flair for femininity, fun, and fantasy. And, just like the label's signature flower, the rose, the expert results are undeniably elegant and inspiring.
The very name Lolita Lempicka invites us to take a journey into femininity, a journey filled with sensuality and creativity. Like the designer, her fashion creations play on contrast. The result is exquisitely feminine and seductive. Like her designs, the Lolita Lempicka fragrance collection is filled with stark contrasts brought together by subtle nuances.
Madonna is an American singer and one of the biggest pop icons. Madonna is a new fragrance brand.The long-awaited perfume which will bear the signature of Madonna,
perhaps the greatest pop star ever, launches in 2012. The company Coty
has signed an agreement with MG Icon to launch this fragrance named
Truth or Dare.
Marc Jacobs began his career while he was still a student at Parsons School of Design. In 1995, the first Marc Jacobs store opened in New York's Soho district. Since that time, the retail network has expanded to include stores in cities worldwide, specializing in women's and men's fashions, leather goods, shoes, and now—perfume. The company continues to expand while maintaining its dedication to quality and a genuine love for fashion.
Michael Kors is an American fashion designer celebrated for his womenswear collections. Born Karl Anderson, Jr. in 1959, he changed his name to Michael David Kors at age 5 when his mother remarried.
Kors studied at the Fashion Institute of Technology and began designing clothes at age 19. In 1981, at just 22 years of age, he launched the Michael Kors womenswear line at New York City's top department stores. The success of this line eventually led to a position as womenswear designer and creative director at legendary French fashion house Celine. Kors left Celine in 2003 to re-focus on his own brand.
Michael Kors menswear was launched in 2002, and two other lines, MICHAEL and KORS are now produced, offering a more affordable fashion collection as well as shoes and jeans.
Many television viewers know Michael Kors from his work as a judge on the popular television show "Project Runway."
Michael Kors offers fragrances in partnership with Estee Lauder. He introduced his first fragrance, Michael for women, in 2001.
Moschino is an Italian fashion design house started in 1983 by the late Franco Moschino. The brand is known for its colorful, playful and eccentric designs and social commentary. The company offers three lines: Moschino (men's and women's clothing), Moschino Cheap and Chic (women's secondary line created in 1988) and Love Moschino (formerly known as Moschino Jeans). The company also offers accesories, jewelry, cosmetics and fragrances, and opened a signature hotel, Maison Moschino, in 2010.
Founder Franco Moschino passed away in 1994, and the company has since been under the creative direction of his friend and collaborator, Rosella Jardini.
Moschino's first fragrance, Moschino for Women, was launched in 1987. Moschino for Men followed in 1990, and the company has continued to produce fragrances for men and women under both its Moschino and Cheap and Chic brands.
Narciso Rodriguez draws his inspiration from women, for women. His creations are designed to celebrate their beauty and sensuality, to set off their body. He has a unique, timeless style that combines the rules of American ready-to-wear fashion, the traditions of European Haute-Couture and the sensuality of his Latin heritage. His direct style goes straight to the core, his designs are practical and glamorous, yet realistic.
Other than the dress, what could be more natural than to clothe a woman with a fragrance, a fragrant aura, and the tangible and moving expression of feminine gracefulness? For this reason, he has chosen "For Her" to be the name of this first fragrance, which he dedicates to all women, and their ability to inspire him.
The Ricci tradition of excellence began with one of the great couturiers of France, Nina Ricci, who established the House of Ricci in 1932. With a woman's instinct, Madame Ricci knew how to enhance each client's personality with extraordinary designs that combined classicism, femininity, simplicity, and sophistication.
Today, with celebrated designer Olivier Theyskens at the creative helm of the brand, Ricci-clad celebs on the red carpet, and a "magical" new fragrance joining the L'Air du Temps classic, expect to see a new Nina Ricci woman emerge. From simple beginnings to a new "modern vintage" approach, meet the Nina Ricci you knew then, and the Nina Ricci you're about to know now.
Oscar de la Renta
Oscar de la Renta's first fragrance, 1977's Oscar for women, was introduced and remains a worldwide best-seller today. A series of fragrances for men and women have followed. Oscar de la Renta fragrances are produced in conjunction with L'Oreal.
Forty years ago, fashion designer Paco Rabanne was one of the first to challenge preconceptions in the delicately cozy world of fragrances. Today, that same provocation, excess, fantasy, and humor are still prevalent in his scents. 1 Million and Lady Million, his latest aromatic adventures, embody the eternal glamour of gold and diamonds in blends and bottles that are equally experimental, eclectic, approachable, and striking. From couture to pręt-ŕ-porter, accessories to perfumes, Rabanne has never stopped innovating.
One of the most recognized fashion brands in the world, Prada is known for defying the boundaries of definition. The brand constantly surprises with visionary designs and revolutionary concepts, creating pieces that are icons of high style. The magic of the label is in the details—and now Prada pays that same attention to its range of fashionable fragrances. Simultaneously reinventing and paying homage to the ancient art of perfumery, the Italian couture house creates bold blends that are inspired by the past and embody the future.
One of the most celebrated designers in American fashion, Ralph Lauren embodies timeless elegance. What began in 1967 with a collection of ties has grown into a world of products redefining global style. In 1978, Ralph Lauren introduced Polo for Men and Lauren for Women, marking the first time that two fragrances one for men and one for women were launched together. Both went on to become international classics. Today an entire collection of outstanding, award-winning fragrances for men and women exists, each expressing a distinct personality and lifestyle in the Ralph Lauren tradition.
Designer Rihanna has 2 perfumes in our fragrance base. Rihanna is a new fragrance brand. The earliest edition was created in 2010 and the newest is from 2012. Rihanna fragrances were made in collaboration with perfumers Caroline Sabas and Marypierre Julien.
Cavalli fragrances are offered in conjunction with ITF Cosmetics. The first fragrance, Roberto Cavalli for Women, debuted in 2002. The animal print for which he is known adorns many bottles and boxes. Lots of Cavalli fashions also feature a snake motif, and the snake adorns his fragrances Serpentine, Serpentine Silver, Oro and Anniversary.
Fragrances have been available under the Stella McCartney label since 2003. Stella McCartney fragrances are offered in conjunction with L'Oreal. Her first fragrance, Stella, was introduced in 2003, with limited "Sheer" editions being offered each Spring in newly-designed bottles, and a "Print Collection" of special editions issued in 2011.
Designer Swarovski has 4 perfumes in our fragrance base. Swarovski is a new fragrance brand. The earliest edition was created in 2011 and the newest is from 2012.0 products
A childhood fascination with the magical powers of 1950s comic book heroes and the vast beauty of the endless cosmos is the inspiration behind designer Thierry Mugler's imaginative universe and his wildly popular fragrances. Mixing mystical fantasy with haute couture, each scent bears an unmistakable stamp of his creative spirit. From vanity-worthy bottles in heavenly shapes to painstakingly picked notes, Mugler's magical potions are undeniably out of this world.
Hilfiger's fragrances are produced in conjunction with Estee Lauder. The first scent, Tommy for Men, was introduced in 1995. Its female companion, Tommy Girl, was launched in 1996. Both scents are best-sellers and have inspired a long series of flankers. Fragrances continue to be an important component of the Tommy Hilfiger brand, and other fragrances, many of which capitalize on the brand's "preppy" and "Americana" associations, have since been introduced.
Valentino Clemente Ludovico Garavani–fondly, Valentino, the Italian cupid of elegance—was educated at Milan’s Accademia dell Arte and studied fashion in Paris as a teen. The world-renowned fashion-award winner Valentino was hired by Jacques Fath, Balenciaga, and then Jean Desses in 1950. Five years later, he joined Guy Laroche. A decade passed and Valentino made a solo mark on the the fashion world with his first Italian collection and salon, opened in Rome and a bulls-eye striking the fancy of Elizabeth Taylor. In 1991, Valentine celebrated Thirty Years of Magic with a three-day party that was rumored to have cost $5 million. Opulent and flamboyant, high-living Valentino once drove his Valentino-red, bulletproof Mercedes on the streets of Rome. He played himself in the movie, The Devil Wears Prada. A few of his fragrances: include Vendetta and Vendetta Pour Homme, Very Valentino, Very Valentino Homme and Valentino Gold, and others. A few of his loves: pugs Molly, Milton, Monty, Margot, Maggie and Maude.
Vera Wang's unique vision and talent have made her the most influential bridal designer in the world. Not surprisingly, her romantically feminine yet fiercely fashionable values have carried over into her fragrances. Each its own illustration of the modern elegance that defines the ever-growing empire, the scents allow all women to share in Vera Wang's dream—and fulfill their own.
Led by the fashion world's most influential and provocative designer, Versace is a name that's justifiably synonymous with the ultimate in high style. So it's no surprise that their fashionable fragrances match their runway creations—natural and refined, chic and sporty, modern and feminine, and sexy and glamorous. Since the introduction of the first Versace signature fragrance in 1981, the innovative Italian label has continued to produce products that allow everyone to wear the many symbols of the Versace lifestyle: luxury, glamour, and sensuality.
The first Viktor & Rolf fragrance, Flowerbomb, was introduced in 2004, to coincide with a women's Spring/Summer 2005 fashion collection also called "Flowerbomb." Viktor and Rolf chose the name and designed the fragrance's distinctive "hand grenade" bottle and gift-wrap packaging. The fragrance was a smashing success, with several flankers and limited editions being issued over the following years. A men's fragrance was soon to follow.
The pair's first fragrance for men, Antidote, was issued in 2006, also to coincide with a men's collection for their Monsieur line that was also named "Antidote."
The next fragrance, 2009's Eau Mega (a play on "Omega," the last letter in the Greek alphabet), made waves with its innovative packaging. The cap and sprayer are integrated and the perfume is dispensed by pressing a round Viktor & Rolf seal.
A new men's fragrance, Spicebomb, has been announced for 2012.
Vivienne Westwood partners with Coty to offer fragrances under her name. The first perfume, Boudoir, was introduced in 1998. Other fragrances in the collection have borne the name of her boutique (Let It Rock), and the name of a fashion era in her history (Anglomania). The "Alice" collection, including Naughty Alice and Cheeky Alice so far, are the most recent offerings in Westwood's line.
Yves Saint Laurent reigns as one of the most influential and inspired designers in the world. From his early days in the studio of Christian Dior to his acclaimed haute couture collections of today, YSL's touch remains unmistakable. The YSL style is reflected in the realm of fashion, including accessories, jewelry, ready-to-wear, fragrance, and cosmetics. Yves Saint Laurent is synonymous with excitement, individuality, and a totally fresh and brilliantly inspired point of view.
The first fragrance from Zegna was offered in conjunction with YSL Beaute. The company signed a new licensing agreement for the production of fragrances with Estee Lauder Companies in 2011.