Born in 1939 into a life of wealth and privilege in Caracas Venezuela filled with servants and where her mother and grandmother travelled regularly to Paris for the latest fashions, Carolina Herrera was never intended for the business world and stumbled somewhat upon her fashion empire .
Bulgari (written “Bvlgari” using the classical Latin alphabet) is an Italian jewelry and luxury goods retailer that was founded in Rome in 1884 by Greece-born Sotirious Voulgaris . For more than a century, the brand has been synonymous with exquisite fine jewelry designs and other fine fashions. Since the fashion house began producing Bulgari perfumes
Founded in 1856, Burberry is a trusted luxury design house, world famous for its accessories, tartan patterns, and sturdy trench coats . Their famous motifs are often copied and imitated across the globe; however, none can match the quality of this staple of British fashion. Their fragrances match many qualities of their apparel: classic, long-lasting,
David Beckham took the world by storm with his 20-year career in soccer, but his name is also well-respected in the fragrance industry. At age 17, Beckham signed a contract with Manchester United and won two FA Cups, the World Club Championship and the UEFA Champions League.
Azzaro fragrances owe their success to the exceptional heritage of their creator, Loris Azzaro, and to the flamboyance of their original merits.Azzaro is “the brand that celebrates life” to enable men, and women, to defy destiny, try their luck and attract desire.
Fragrances have three timed sections – a life cycle of points – think of an evaporating pyramid. Each of the three sections contain individual scents or ‘notes,’ that are belted together into what you end up smelling. Top note – The top or basic note is the initial, lighter smell of the fragrance that hits the nose first.
You might think that the difference between “perfume” and “cologne” is who the bottle is intended for, or which counter it’s sold at—the reality is a little more subtle than that. Simply, all fragrances are largely the same, but they’re given a name based on the concentration of oil in alcohol and water.
Perfume types reflect the concentration of aromatic compounds in a solvent, which in fine fragrance is typically ethanol or a mix of water and ethanol. Various sources differ considerably in the definitions of perfume types. The intensity and longevity of a perfume is based on the concentration, intensity and longevity of the aromatic compounds, or