The House of Creed, Creed Millesime Imperial Perfume8:23:00 PM
The House of Creed is actually one of the few perfumeries that still create their fragrances in the same first-rate style as when they began in 1760. Creed fragrances are worldwide known as an historical fragrance dynasty. They offer the utmost quality of magnificence perfumes available in the market. Nowadays, in a growing and rapid industrial commercialism staying in the market takes more spirit than before. We find thousands of fragrances out there threw out with lesser quality due to this “faster way of living and creating.” James Henry Creed started The House of Creed in London practically 250 years ago and his tradition has stayed since then. For six generations The House of Creed has been creating luxurious, fascinating, and high-quality perfumes. Oliver Creed and his son Erwin were involved in the development of Creed’s Love in White and Virgin Island Water, fascinating fragrances to be honest. Most of their perfumes are well known worldwide and due to their high prices they are only accessible to affluent families. The house of Creed has become the leader European perfumer. Within their customers through history we find: King George III, Napoleon III, Empress Eugenie, Franz Joseph and Elizabeth of Austria-Hungary, and Queen Christina. What a list! Don’t you think!The House of Creed’s commitment has always been developing fragrances using traditional and conventional ways, an ancient method called INFUSION. This method consist in “preparing herbs in which 1 to 2 teaspoons of dried herb or 2 to 4 fresh herbs (flowers and berries are substitutable) is "infused" or placed in oil or water (which does not need to be boiled), and then, after about ten minutes, is strained. Waiting too long before straining results in bitter tasting herbs. The herb/ botanical is then removed from the oil and the oil is used in the many formulas that call for short-term infused oils. The first recorded use of essential oils was in the 10th century by the Persian chemist Avicenna” (INFUSION meaning taken from WIKIPEDIA online) Creed House’s full line of perfumes are a reflection of such commitment even though their method is expensive and lengthy. Creed perfumes are not for those looking for artificially-cheap or altered ingredients, but for those who wants a superior quality perfume.
Here is a list of some of the perfumes The House of Creed has created and whom has worn their wonderful collection. This list has been taken from Wikipedia website and I give full credit to them: "Royal English Leather, commissioned by King George III in 1781 and also worn by his son, King George IVFleurs de Bulgarie, commissioned by QUeen Victoria in 1845 Jasmin Imperatrice Eugénie, for the Empress Eugenie Angélique Encens, for Marlene Dietrich Jasmal, for Natalie Wood Fleurissimo, commissioned for Grace Kelly's marriage to Prince Rainier of Monaco on their wedding day, subsequently worn by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and Madonna Millésime Impérial, for King Faisal of Saudi Arabia Sélection Verte, for Cary Grant Fleurs de Thé Rose Bulgare, for Ava Gardner Cuir de Russie, for Errol Flynn Vetiver, worn by John F. Kennedy Tabarome, worn by Winston Churchill Green Irish Tweed, created by Olivier Creed in 1985. Worn by a diverse selection of celebrities, including Prince Charles, Clint Eastwood and George Clooney Silver Mountain Water, created in 1995, worn by David Bowie Love in White, created in 2005 , worn by Angelina Jolie, Janelle Pierzina and Laura Bush Millesime Imperial worn by Sean Combs Original Vetiver is a modern day version of JFK's Vetiver Spring Flower worn by Audrey Hepburn " “List of fragrances and celebrities taken from Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia”