Nikos Apostolopoulos, born in Patras, Greece, studied at the Sorbonne, Paris, and got a diploma in political science, and a doctorate in international law. But Nikos followed his dreams, and designed his first collection of intimate wear for men in 1985; the line expanded to include swimwear, intimate wear for women, and men’s and women’s ready-to-wear in 1987. He designed costumes for theatre and opera, including Monsigny’s Cadi Dupe, Paris Spring Festival in 1989, and Richard Strauss’ Salome, Montpellier Festival in 1990. In 1994 the time was right. Nikos Apostolopoulos created Nikos Parfums and introduced his first fragrance Sculpture pour Femme. It became a huge succes!
After Sculpture for women, the Greek fashion designer Nikos launched Sculpture pour Homme, a fragrance for men. The perfume is quite unusual, just like the version for women, and it is really difficult to sort it into one category.
Created by Michel Almairac, the fragrance is very sensual, with a scent of light, moderate sweetness, fresh opening and an aromatic heart. The top notes contain bergamot, lemon, mandarin and orange blossom. The heart encompasses cedar, balmy notes of Tonka bean, ambergris and benzoin.
Nikos Sculpture pour Homme’s bottle is shaped like a sail, in accordance with the designer’s idea. The fragrance is aimed at reminding you of Mediterranean wind and a slow seaside walk and was created in 1995.
Nikos Sculpture pour Homme is a beautiful. unique, timeless fragrance. A true classis.