Category: Perfumes for Women

A rich bouquet of flowers after the rain, Pleasures is designed to suit “every woman in every season and at every moment”. Created by noses Annie Buzantian and Alberto Morillas in 1995, Pleasures reflects a modern woman’s desire to experience life’s little pleasures everyday.

White Diamonds was created by Carlos Benaim in 1991 and was inducted into the Fragrance Foundation’s Hall of Fame in 2009. One of the first celebrity scents, the success of this classic has encouraged many other celebrities to launch their own fragrances. A sheer floral scent, the heart of this fragrance combines the classic trio of violet, rose and jasmine.

Nirvana Black is one half of the dynamic duo of scents created by celebrity twins Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen. Designed by Pierre Negrin in 2013, Nirvana Black is a laidback scent that still manages to be sensual, edgy and mysterious.

Created in 1997 by Jean-Claude Delville and Rodrigo Flores-Roux, the name of this scent says it all. It is joy infused in a bottle; the scent of smiles and bliss on a beautiful spring day. Friendly, polite, fruity and refreshing – Happy is the perfect complement to any woman’s day.

Fit for a princess, this oriental-floral fragrance was launched in 2006 as a modern and playful magical elixir. It celebrates youth and femininity and its top notes bring aquatic tones with pure and sharp mixtures of water lilly, apple and apricot. Noses behind Princess were Ilias Ermenidis and Harry Fremont.

In 2006, Alberto Morilas created Bright Crystal for Versace. This scent was meant to be softer and more luminous when compared to its predecessor, Crystal Noir.Lotus notes moderate the intensity and sweetness of floral accords and the scent’s opulent base contains a mix of amber notes, musk and red woods.

Created in 1992 by Olivier Cresp and Yves de Chirin, Angel is an intriguing and sensual oriental vanilla fragrance. It was also the 2007 award winner of the Fifi Award for fragrance of the year.

Created in 2006 by perfumers from the house of Givaudan, Black Orchid is an opulent, classically dark fragrance that is sensual, luxurious and long lasting.

In 1921, fragrance designer Ernest Beaux was asked by Coco Chanel to create a perfume that smells like a woman. Chanel No. 5 was the result – a fresh, pure and timeless classic, that decades later is still one of the best selling fragrances in the world.

The female version of Armani’s wildly successful Acqua di Gio, Acqua di Gioia’s composition is compared to a woman who is “strong, dignified and free spirited but in perfect harmony with nature”. Drawing inspiration from summer holidays spent by Armani on the islands of Pantelleria and Antigua, Gioia, created by perfumers Loc Dong, Ann Flipo and Dominique Ropion, leads the senses into a fresh, floral and citric holiday escape.