The power of perfume should not be underestimated. It can touch our emotions and help us form memories, like when we smell cookies, which take us back to our grandmother's kitchen. "When perfume has the ability to provoke emotion, it becomes a part of our lives. It becomes a part of the personality with which others connect us," journalist and author Claire Bingham told Vogue.
Perfumes have existed in the history of mankind for thousands of years. Some sources claim that they are over 4000 years old at least. Although they have a long-standing record of their existence, most people could not afford scents in ancient times due to their expensive nature. Even today, many perfumes are significantly costly and beyond the reach of a regular household. There are more affordable perfumes available today to make them affordable for all.
Italian fashion designer Dante Trussardi established his eponymous fashion brand in 1911. Back then, the firm specialised in making leather gloves. As time passed, the range of products it offered diversified. First, the fashion house added leather goods to its portfolio and then tapped into the non-leather goods market. These changes were seen when Dante Trussardi was succeeded by his nephew Nicola Trussardi in the 1970s. Now, the Italian fashion house has leather goods, accessories, ready-to-wear clothing, perfumes, jeans etc.
Creed is a perfume house founded in 1760 by James Henry Creed. Established initially as a tailoring house, it was located in England. Currently, the headquarters are in Paris, France, and the brand continues to rise in fame due to the incredible fragrance it formulates. Here are the top 10 best perfumes for Men by Creed.
Givenchy is one of the most renowned fashion houses globally, which started in 1952 by selling apparel made from raw cotton. Popularity allowed Hubert de Givenchy’s self-named French brand to reach new heights and expand its range of products, adding in collections of perfumes, cosmetics and accessories for both men and women alongside offering apparel to its customers.
French fashion designer Hubert de Givenchy founded his eponymous brand in Paris, France, way back in 1952. The brand had launched a collection of apparel made from raw cotton when it first entered the market. As the brand became famous overnight and made a name for itself in the world of fashion, it diversified its product portfolio over the years, tapping into different market segments other than its haute couture clothing such as cosmetics, accessories and fragrances.