Chloé Signature Rose Tangerine

French Maison Chloé is launching the Eau de Toilette edition of their iconic Chloé Signature perfume called Chloé Rose Tangerine. Chloé Rose Tangerine is due out in summer 2020 and promises a bolder and more energetic character in the reinterpretation of the modern classic from the Maison.

Chloé Rose Tangerine has been created by perfumers Michel Almairac and Sidonie Lancesseur who retained the distinctive spirit of the original – a fresh and vivid note of rose – as an essential element of the fashion house. The new rose is refreshed with unexpected fruity nuances of sunny, lively tangerine for radiance, while bright notes of vivid black currant and green undertones give an extra dose of sparkle to this elegant fragrance, while a streamlined base of cedar and white amber lends ultra-contemporary elegance

Enclosed in a modern, delicately pleated flacon adorned with a new orange-pink grosgrain ribbon on the neck of the flacon to match the scent, this signature perfume is sure to beguile.

Photographed by Karim Sadli, the French Maison’s muse and face of the perfume is British actress Lucy Boynton – star of the upcoming feature ‘Faithfull’ – who embodies the spontaneous, open character of Chloé woman with her natural charm.

Chloé Signature Rose Tangerine is available as 30, 50 and 75 ml Eau de Toilette, at Chloé Boutiques and selected stores worldwide. Come into the beautiful world of Chloé.

Chloé Atelier des Fleurs

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French Maison Chloé presents Atelier des Fleurs, a collection of nine exclusive fragrances designed to be combined in layers of two or three so you can create your own personal floral signature blend. With this collection, Chloé invites you to create your own olfactory bouquet of different fragrant flowers and aromatic leaves.

Composed of natural ingredients and floral, aromatic or woody notes, they can harmoniously combine with one another.

Nature is a precious source of fragrant flowers and aromatic leaves. Drawing on this wide variety of natural bouquets, the French fashion house has collaborated with six renowned perfumers to create the Atelier des Fleurs line. This prestigious collection comprises nine perfumes for women, each with a unique signature rooted in the perfumer’s memory. The fragrances are designed to work in harmony in endless combinations.

 

Rosa Damascena by Amandine Clerc-Marie

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As a young girl, I enjoyed creating all sorts of concoctions from our garden in Normandy. There was this delicate scent of fresh petals and the thrill of the leaves rubbed together – it was such a crisp, spontaneous rose.

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Inspired by the rose petals and leaves that perfumer Amandine Clerc-Marie brewed in her family garden as a child, this floral Eau de Parfum reveals a crisp rose scent. The lightly spiced floral signature exudes a sense of botanical purity.

 

Hibiscus Abelmoschus by Michalon Bertier

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With its sunny, slightly fruity scent and its soft petals, hibiscus is the queen of the Polynesian gardens of perfumer Domitille Michalon Bertier’s childhood. The warm radiance of hibiscus blossom brightens this fruity Eau de Parfum with opulent and musky notes.

 

Cedrus by Quentin Bisch

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Behind this woody Eau de Parfum, with either tender and subtle notes or warm and musky ones, lies the perfumer’s childhood memory of a playful lover’s gift: a bouquet of branches that Quentin Bisch’s father gave to his mother.

 

Verbena by Mylène Alran

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This aromatic Eau de Parfum takes perfumer Mylène Alran back to her parents’ garden, where she would rub verbena between her hands as a child to keep the scent with her all day. Verbena brings a delicate freshness of lemon for a naturally radiant fragrance.

 

Herba Mimosa by Amandine Clerc-Marie

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This powdery Eau de Parfum evokes perfumer Amandine Clerc-Marie’s intense emotions when discovering mimosa in Grasse when she was 20. Mimosa unveils tender, woody and vegetal notes.

 

Magnolia Alba by Louise Turner

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Louise Turner transcribed the plump and slightly lemony notes of Magnolia blossoms from her native England. She created a smooth Eau de Parfum, unveiling the fresh, almost creamy scent of Magnolia Petals.

 

Neroli by Sidonie Lancesseur

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For this interpretation of neroli, perfumer Sidonie Lancesseur let the memory of a trip to Seville be her guide: the orange blossoms exuded smooth and deliciously refreshing scents warmed by the sun. Neroli takes us on a true olfactory journey with the comforting and addictive floral accents of this lightly honeyed Eau de Parfum.

 

Jasminum Sambac by Louise Turner

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For this velvety Eau de Parfum, Louise Turner thought of the exquisite jasmine sambac she smelled on Mother’s Day in Bangkok, where it is the gift of choice for that occasion. The delicate jasmine petals bring soft and sunny notes to the fragrance.

 

Lavanda by Quentin Bisch

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This Provencal Eau de Parfum captures Quentin Bisch’s childhood vision of his mother walking from the heat into the cool shade of their garden, a bunch of lavender in her arms. Bisch revisits the scent with a highly modern twist, while enhancing every facet of lavender – from aromatic freshness to full-rounded, sun-drenched notes.

The elegant pleated glass flacons are topped with an ivory cap that appears to be carved in stone. Touches of gold at the neckband and label trim enhance the light hue of each Eau de Parfum.

1718 Paris created a premium content factory for Chloé Atelier des Fleurs, They produced all assets directed by Melanie & Ramon.

The Chloé Atelier des Fleurs Collection is available in 50 and 150ml flacons at the Chloé boutique, Rue St. Honoré in Paris, and at their website. Comme into the beautiful world of Chloé.

 

 

 

 

 

Chloé L’Eau Eau de Toilette

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French fashion house Chloé was founded by designer Gaby Aghion in 1952. Born in 1921 in Alexandria, Egypt, Aghion moved to Paris in 1945 and launched fashion house Chloé in 1952. During the next year of 1953 Aghion joined forces with Jacques Lenoir, formally managing the business side of the brand, allowing Aghion to purely pursue the creative growth of Chloé.

Aghion is widely credited for coining the fashion phrase and concept of Pret-A-Porter (ready-to-wear). In contract to the stiff, formal made-to-measure clothing offered by couture designers of the 1950’s. Gaby Aghion chose to create wearable, soft, form-fitting clothing of luxurious fabrics, intended to be purchased ‘off-the-rack’. This was a revolutionary and trend-setting concept in fashion at that time, as well as a long lasting motif in the fashion industry.

In 1966 Karl Lagerfeld is the main designer and Chloé becomes one of the symbolic brands of the 1970s. Among its customers: Jackie Kennedy, Brigitte Bardot, Maria Callas, Grace Kelly, and Begum Om Habibeh Aga Khan. Five years later the first Chloé boutique opens at the 3 rue Gribeauval in Paris.

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Chloé’s first fragrance, the eponymous Chloé fragrance for women launched in 1975, was an an enduring feminine classic. Chloé Narcisse sweetened the mix for the 1990’s. The French Maison has retained contemporay appeal with the launch of a new version of Chloé in 2008.

Once again the French fashion house celebrates feminine elegance by launching a new flanker of the Chloé Eau de Parfum edition from 2008, followed by several Eau de Toilette variations; Chloé Eau de Toilette (2009), L’Eau de Chloé (2012), Chloé Eau de Toilette (2015), this time with a floral bouquet in light coral pink packaging.

Chloé L’Eau Eau de Toilette offers a luxurious bouquet of roses sublimated with beautiful, lively magnolias and offers the story of a dazzling, free-minded woman. The re-discovered fragrant Chloé signature captures the unique freshness and essence of daring femininity in harmony with nature.

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The composition at the opening offers gentle and fresh rose aromas combined with fresh, fruity juices of litchi and grapefruit, while the heart introduces the absolute Damascena rose in an embrace with magnolia flowers. The base is characteristic of the accord of oak moss, cedarwood, musk, and amber.

This time L’Eau Eau de Toilette comes in a light coral pink packaging. It fills the famous ‘pleated’ glass flacon decorated with a coral pink ribbon color, also used for the outer packaging. The flacon is crowned with an elegant rounded cap.

Chloé L’Eau Eau de Toilette is available as  30, 50 and 100ml Eau de Toilette. Come into the beautiful world of Chloé.

 

 

 

 

Chloé Nomade Eau de Toilette

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Nomade Eau de Toilette embodies freedom-loving women. A joyful and open-minded face-to-face encounter, conveyed by the captivating eyes of this woman who personifies the intensity of the moment. A strong, nomadic identity, like the Chloé woman – modern, sunny and natural with timeless elegance. Nomade Eau de Toilette is a sunny interpretation of the Eau de Parfum (2018). A fragrance based on natural ingredients highlighted by the perfumer Quentin Bisch.

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The lively, captivating softness of the lychee accord is revealed in the introductory notes as ‘the essence of radiant femininity’. The freesia note from the original brings its numerous nuances in combination with a delicate and enwrapping floral quality, while the bold and specific character of oak moss exalts the tonalities of this luminous fragrance.

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The curved lines of the beautiful Eau de Toilette flacon come from the journey that began with the Nomade Eau de Parfum edition. The transparency of the glass is painted with a rosy color. A sparkling cap is wrapped with a pale pink suede ribbon.

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The campaign was shot in Rajasthan by photographer Ryan McGinley. The face of  the perfume is actress Ariane Labed. “She is the Chloé woman: modern, solar and natural, imbued with immutable elegance”. With Nomade, their latest fragrance, she leaves in her wake a scent that defines her everywhere she goes, in every place she travels. Here, their muse Ariane Labed gets swept up in the moment

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Chloé Nomade Eau de Toilette is available as a 30, 50, and 75 ml Eau de Toilette.
Complete your experience with… Nomade Showergel, Nomade Deodorant/Body Spray and Nomade Eau de Parfum.

Chloé Nomade is available at Chloé boutiques ands elected stores worldwide. Come into the beautiful world of Chloé.

 

 

 

 

Here’s how to get your hands on Chloé’s new Nomade fragrance

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There’s a new celebratory scent in the making but we’ve got the details on where you can get it before its global launch. Find out where…

French Maison Chloé announced just last month that Greek-born French actress Ariane Labed will front the brand’s newest edition of the iconic Chloé Eau de Parfum and more details of the celebratory scent (marking 10 years since the introduction of Chloé’s signature Eau De Parfum) have emerged overnight.

Known for offering a selection of olfactory must-haves, the new Chloé Nomade fragrance is set to blend beautiful and fresh ingredients including freesia, Mirabelle plum and oakmoss – a scent crafted by perfumer Quentin Bisch. The aim was to make it less floral and more ‘dirty’ then Chloé Signature.

chloe_nomade_50ml_-bottleThe scent is set to come in a uniquely crafted bottle that was inspired by the brand’s Drew shoulder bag  — an iconic accessory that dominated Chloé Fall ’16 collection.

The new Chloé Nomade fragrance has now pre-launched on Sephora.com earlier today. Available as 30, 50 and 75 ml Eau de Parfum, the new scent is set to become one of the season’s go-to fragrances.

 

 

 

 

Chloé Absolu de Parfum

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French fashion house Chloé is always delighting its wearers with breathtaking, elegant and romantic perfumes. This fall it presents its latest perfume Chloé Absolu de Parfum. The new perfume is characterized by an instant and captivating charm, which personifies the spontaneous joie de vivre of today’s young women through delicate and exclusive roses.

Chloé Absolu de Parfum, composed by famous perfumer Michel Almairac, is the new flanker to the original Eau de Toilette that possesses a more refined, strong and sophisticated composition.

Top notes: Damask rose
Heart: Centifolia rose, Patchouli
Base: Vanilla

Chloé Absolu de Parfum is a rosy/woody perfume supposed to awaken all the senses. It opens with aromatic Damask rose notes mixed with Centifolia rose from Grasse calmed with patchouli notes that reminds a soft and feminine touch accompanied by sweet vanilla accords. Chloé Absolu de Parfum is designed for true roses-lovers.

The new perfume is advertised by gorgeous actress Haley Bennett. Chloé Absolu de Parfum is available as 50 and 75ml Absolu de Parfum.

 

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Chloé Love Story Eau Sensuelle

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Next year, French Maison Chloé will delight women with a new mouthwatering perfume named Love Story Eau Sensuelle. As the name inspires this perfume will describe a story of love with its sensual notes that will calm down on the skin leaving behind a luxurious and warm aroma.

The sun sets on Paris. The rooftops are silhouetted against the amber sky. A slight breeze runs along the banks of the Seine. The day fades out, replaced by the excitement of a blooming romance. A soft and playful lovestory unfolds at dusk. He is fascinated, she is unwittingly seductive. She perfectly embodies Chloé’s femininity. She exudes sensuality.

Chloé Love Story Eau Sensuelle is the third fragrance from Chloé’s Love Story collection, inspired by Parisian romance, and love padlocks on the bridge of Pont des Arts, which includes the original Love Story Eau de Parfum, from 2014, and the Eau de Toilette version from 2016.

Created by two women, Anne Flipo – who created Love Story Eau de Parfum and Love Story Eau de Toilette – and Domitille Bertier, this original fragrance reveals a new facet of the line’s signature scent of orange blossom.

Top notes: Citron, Yuzu, Pear, Orange blossom
Heart notes: Passion flower, Heliotrope.
Base notes: Cedar, Amber, Sandalwood, Musk

Blended with sunny notes, and almost-vanilla heliotrope, the orange blossom is sweeter and more romantic than ever. Yuzu (Japanese Citron) and Orange blossom comes along with sweet vanilla notes. Its sensuality is sublimated by a sandalwood chord. Velvety and slightly milky, it gives depth to this elegant fragrance. A new olfactory poetry.

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Chloé Love Story Eau Sensuelle preserves the same crystal coral-color bottle adorned with a pink ribbon. Love Story Eau Sensuelle is advertised by the beautiful French actress Clémence Poésy, shot by Inez & Vinoodh.

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Chloé Love Story Eau Sensuelle captivates with a nice love story full of romance and elegance. Love Story Eau Sensuelle will hit the shelves at the beginning of the new year and is the reinvention of the Love Story Eau de Parfum released in 2014.

Exploring the beauty and an intriguing world of femininity, a new sense of femininity and sensuality. Chloé Love Story Eau Sensuelle will be available in 30, 50 and 100ml Eau de Parfum.

 

 

 

Elizabeth Arden

Florence Nightingale Graham (December 31, 1878 – October 18, 1966), who went by the business name Elizabeth Arden was born in 1878 in Woodbridge, Ontario, Canada. Her parents had emigrated to Canada from Cornwall, United Kingdom, in the 1870s. Her father, William Graham, was Scottish and her mother, Susan, was Cornish and had arranged for a wealthy aunt in Cornwall to pay for her children’s education. Arden dropped out of nursing school in Toronto.

She then joined her elder brother in Manhattan, New York, working briefly as a  bookkeeper for the E.R. Squibb Pharmaceuticals Company. She then worked, again briefly, for Eleanor Adair, an early beauty culturist, as a ‘treatment girl’. While there, Arden spent hours in their lab, learning about skincare.

Florence Nightingale Graham, who went by the business name Elizabeth Arden, was became a businesswoman who founded what is now Elizabeth Arden, Inc., and built a cosmetics empire in the United States. At the peak of her career, she was one of the wealthiest and well know women in the world!

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Elizabeth Arden: “every woman has the right to be beautiful.” With that philosophy, she launched advertising campaigns to help normalize the use of makeup across the country.

In 1909 Arden formed a partnership with Elizabeth Hubbard, another culturist. When the partnership dissolved, she coined the business name ‘Elizabeth Arden’ from her former partner and from ‘Tenneyson’s poem ‘Enoch Arden’. With a $6,000 loan from her brother, she then used the shop space to open her first salon on 5th Avenue.

In 1912 Arden traveled to France to learn beauty and facial massage techniques used in the Paris beauty salons.She returned with a collection of rouges (blushers) and tinted powders she had created. Arden was, in 1914, the first to introduce modern eye makeup to North America after her formal training in Paris.

In 1915 Elizabeth Arden married Thomas j. Lewis, an American Banker. By this marriage, she was automatically a naturalized American citizen. In the same year started to operate and Arden international she opened salons around the world, all with a red door, her trademark. Arden collaborated with A. Fabian Swanson, a chemist, to create a ‘fluffy’ face cream. The success of the cream, Venetian Cream Amoretta, and corresponding lotion, Arden Skin Tonic, led to a long-lasting business relationship. This revolutionized cosmetics, bringing a scientific approach to formulations.

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Elizabeth Arden’s most famous, ’till today: Eight Hour cream. Here in a new re-edition .

And by the 1930s, yes, in the middle of the Great Depression, her company was bringing in roughly $4 million a year! In 1934, she opened the Maine Chance residential spa in Rome, Maine, the first destination beauty spa in the United States.It operated until 1970. Ardens passion in her work led in 1934 to a divorce. A second marriage to a Russian Prince lasted only thirteen months.

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Elizabeth Arden, 1930’s. By the end of the 1930s it was said; ‘There are only three American names that are known in every corner of the globe: Singer sewing machines, Coca Cola, and Elizabeth Arden’.

1935 saw the launch of Blue Grass fragrance. It quickly became one of the most successful Elizabeth Arden scents.

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Elizabeth Arden Blue Grass

Around 1940 Arden launged ‘White Orchid’ perfume. Other makeup innovations included creating foundations that matched a person’s skin tone; creating the idea of the “Total Look” in which lip, cheek, and fingernail colors matched or coordinated; and the first to make a cosmetics commercial shown in movie houses. During the second World War, Elizabeth Arden saw that market changed.  She saw the changing needs of the American woman entering the work force. She showed women how to apply makeup and dress appropriately for careers outside the home. She developed and brought a lipstick on the market in the ‘Montezuma Red’ color, a color that is applied at the red in the uniforms of the female soldiers.

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Elizabeth Arden Pink Violet, 1950’s (Click photo to enlarge).

Marilyn Monroe on the way to shopping at Elizabeth Arden Salon

Marilyn Monroe on the way to shopping at Elizabeth Arden Salon (Click photo to enlarge).

In the years Elizabeth Arden has many famous clients like Marilyn Monroe, the Begum Om Habibeh Aga Khan III, Nina Dyer Aga Khan and Martine Carole. Elizabeth Arden wasn’t only famous for her salons and Spa’s. She offerd a lot more! For (vèry) special clients, she offered treatments at home. She also sended ‘her’ hairdressers when they where needed….

Signed to Roger Flor, 1er coiffeur Elizabeth Arden, 1959 (29 x 39 cm)HH Begum Om Habibeh Aga Khan, signed for Roger Flor 1er Coiffeur Elizabeth Arden, 1959 (photo signed by Sam Levine)(Privat Collection) (Click photo to enlarge).

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Nina Sheila Dyer Aga Khan signed for Roger Flor 1er Coiffeur Elizabeth Arden (photo signed by Tony Armstrong John, Pimlico Road studio )(Privat Collection) (Click photo to enlarge).

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Elizabeth Arden, circa 1960 (Click photo to enlarge).

In recognition of her contribution to the cosmetics industry, she was awarded the ‘Lègion d’Honneur by the French government in 1962. Later in her life, Arden was one of the first women to appear on the cover of Time magazine, and one of her horses won the Kentucky Derby (can you imagine the parties she must have thrown?!), but it’s undeniable that the greatest accomplishment of her lifetime was her legacy of breaking barriers and making the world a more awesome place.

Arden died at Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan in 1966; she was interred in the Sleepy Hollow Cemetery in Sleepy Hollow, New York, under the name Elizabeth N. Graham. Her company was at that time worth between $35 and $45 million, and they possessed more than a hundred beauty salons all over the world.

Elizabeth Arden is now still a reputable name, but had some different owners. Acquired by Eli Lilly & Co in 1971; bought by Faberge in 1987, merged into Unilever in 1989. Later the Company split into two smaller companies: Elizabeth Arden and Parfums International. The Elizabeth Arden side, looked after all of the Arden cosmetics and fragrances, while Parfums International created fragrances for Nino Cerruti, Valentino, Karl Lagerfeld and Chloe.

Elizabeth Arden Ceramide Capsules

Elizabeth Arden’s bestseller and Holy Grail: Ceramide Capsules. It moists and restores. Perfect to take with you on holydays! Unisex and easy to use: One capsule for the whole face, neck, and whats left… for the back of your hands! (Click photo to enlarge).

On 31st October 2000, Unilever sold it’s Arden business, to US company, FFI Fragrances for $225 million, as part of Unilever’s program to shed operations that ‘don’t meet the company’s strategic needs’.

FFI is based in Miami Lakes, produce fragrances by Bogart and Halston. On completion of sale, FFI decided to trade under the Arden name., included in the sale was the Elizabeth Taylor brands of Passion and White Diamonds. Unilever kept control of the Parfums International brands (Cerruti, Valentino, Lagerfeld and Chloe). The current company name is still Elizabeth Arden.

In 2002, Catherine Zeta-Jones became Elizabeth Arden’s ‘face’ and corporate spokesperson. Catherine said; “I have read masses about Elizabeth Arden. She was a visionary, and I am proud to be a part of the company she created,” and; “As Miss Arden said, ‘to be beautiful and natural is the birthright of every woman,’ and I wholeheartedly agree with her philosophy, and dare I say, conviction to her dream.”

In 2003, Elizabeth Arden acquired the license for Gant USA fragrances from Romella.

In 2003, Elizabeth Arden Graham was posthumously inducted into the Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame.

After Ardens death the company founded itself partly, next to their skincare and makeup, on the development of perfumes. With classics like ‘White Orchid’, ‘On Dit’ and ‘Blue Grass’, a new Elizabeth Arden perfume was marketed under the name ‘Red Door’, named after her famous trademark (all her salons were equipped with a red front door). Furthermore, the company brought perfumes out for celebrities as Elizabeth Yaylor, Hilary Duff, Britney Spears and Mariah Carey.

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Elizabeth Arden actif on African market (Click photo to enlarge).

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Elizabeth Arden Flawless Future Ceramid Moisture Cream Complex, Serum and Eye Gel (Click photo to enlarge).

Today, the company she founded brings in over a billion in sales and gives generously to causes including New York City’s public schools, Save the Children, and the Look Good…Feel Better campaign, which helps boost the morale of cancer patients.

by Jean Amr

A piece of history: Perfume Houses

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We all have favourite perfume houses, do you? Brands, designers, independent and artisans. But whether you want to dig more deeply into the heritage and stories behind a name that you love, or simply to explore the universe of perfume houses (historic and contemporary) this is where you start.  Discover these fascinating stories through archive material and photography, historic advertising or today’s videos, and bring perfume alive…

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What is your favorite perfume? (Click photo to enlarge).

Do you all want to know about perfume house: Guerlain, Acqua di Parma, Caron, or Annick Goutal?

Or would you like to know more background from your favorite designer: Chanel, Christian Dior, Yves Saint Laurent, Jean Patou, Pierre Balmain, Lanvin, Viktor & Rolf, Michael Kors or Calvin Klein ….

Or would you like to go more Italian style like: Giorgio Armani, Gianni Versace, Trussardi, Gian Franco Ferré, Moschino, Valentino, Cerruti 1881, Dolce & Gabbana, Fendi or Gucci……

Or more interested in the background of your jewelers perfume like: Cartier, Boucheron, Chaumet, Mauboussin, Poiray, Bvlgari,or Van Cleef & Arpels

Or would you like to know everything about the artists who created this beautiful scents?

The houses you will find under there Tags: ‘A Piece of History’, ‘Fragrances & Perfumes’, or look for a specific name…  about the artist, you will find under: ‘The Noses’

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Dolce & Gabbana, Jean Patou Joy Forever, Elie Saab Le Parfum, Roja

‘Everything you wanted to know about fragrances, their creaters, rhe brands…
…………but where afraid to ask’.

Here on Yakymour! Hope you will enjoy!

by Jean Amr

Your Little Chloés

As the ultimate Chloé Eau de Parfum Lover we were absolutely thrilled to hear that there will be a new limited edition of little signature Chloé perfume vials.

 

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Chloé brightens the season with My Little Chloés, a trio of limited-edition miniature fragrances featuring the perfumes of the signature line: Chloé, Roses de Chloé and L’Eau de Chloé.

Each olfactory variation expresses the different facets of the rose, the iconic flower of Chloé perfumes

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An adorable reference to the gardens of Paris, from Luxembourg to the Tuileries… havens of greenery in the city that echo the spirit of Chloé: authentic, free and elegant.

Sensual and radiant for l’eau de parfum, tender and fresh for roses de chloé, light and buoyant for l’eau de chloé.

Presented in 20ml bottles, My Little Chloés are available single or in a set combining the three fragrances also in 20ml bottles. Make sure to get your own little Chloé!