The Friday Spot: Creed´s Royal Affair

Scents with pedigree...yeah that´s right!


Hace algunos días tuve la oportunidad de asistir a la presentación de las fragancias de la legendaria casa de perfumes Creed. Esta casa fundada por James Creed en 1760, quien mas adelante tuvo como aprendiz a su hijo Henry Creed, se dedicaba a suplir a la corte inglesa con trajes a la medida, guantes con aroma y fragancias comisionadas siendo su primer mas notable cliente el Rey Jorge III y su corte para quienes fue creada la fragancia Royal English Leather.
Años mas tarde en 1800 Henry Creed II, considerado el mas innovador dentro de la familia, ayuda a expandir el negocio de fragancias mudándola de Inglaterra a París, es en 1845 que a petición de la Reina Victoria se comisiona la fragancia Fleurs du Bulgarie.
En el año 1904 nace James Henry Creed, quinta generación, quien contribuye en acercar la marca a celebridades y políticos logrando así que en 1920 a petición de Winston Churchill se creara la fragancia Tabarome Millesime. En 1948 se crea la fragancia Vetiver la cual era favorita del fallecido ex-presidente de los Estados Unidos de América, John F. Kennedy.
En 1943 nace Olivier Creed actual maestro perfumero de la casa Creed, bajo su mando fueron creadas fragancias para Audrey Hepburn (Spring Flowers), la Princesa de Monaco Grace Kelly (Fleurissimo, comisionado por su esposo el Principe Rainier III de Monaco); así mismo en 1970 los perfumes Creed se hicieron disponibles al público.
Entrando el año 2000 la casa Creed expande su línea de productos incluyendo jabones, gels de baño, lociones de cuerpo y desodorantes.
Las fragancias Les Royales Exclusives fueron la estrella de la noche, estos perfumes vienen en envases de vidrio Pochet soplado a mano y están fabricados con materiales de alta calidad encontrados alrededor del mundo.
Creed se aloja en La Riviera una de las boutiques más prestigiosas en cuanto a cosméticos, perfumes y productos de cuidado personal marcando su sitio como una de las casas de perfumes más iconicas digna de reyes y reinas.

A few days ago I had the opportunity to attend the presentation of the legendary perfume house Creed . This house founded by James Creed in 1760, who later was apprenticed to his son Henry Creed, was engaged to supplying the English court with tailored suits, scented gloves and commissioned fragances being his most notable first client King George III and his court for whom was created the fragrance Royal English Leather.Years later in 1800 Henry Creed II, considered the most innovative in the family, helped to expand the fragrance business moving it from England to Paris and in 1845 at the request of Queen Victoria the fragance Fleurs du Bulgarie was created.James Henry Creed was born in 1940, fifth generation, who contributed in bringing the brand closer to celebrities and politicians making so that in 1920 at the request of Winston Churchill the fragance Tabarome Millesime was created. In 1948 Vetiver is created which was a favorite of the late former President of the United States of America, John F. Kennedy .In 1943 current master perfumer of the house Olivier Creed was born, under his command were created fragrances for Audrey Hepburn ( Spring Flowers), the Princess of Monaco Grace Kelly ( Fleurissimo, commissioned by her husband, Prince Rainier III of Monaco) and likewise Creed perfumes in 1970 were made available to the public.Entering the year 2000 the house Creed expands its line of products to include soaps, bath gels, body lotions and deodorants.Les Royales Exclusives fragrances (created in 2010) were the stars of the night, these perfumes come in hand-blown Pochet glass and are made from high quality materials found around the world .Creed found its home at La Riviera one of the most prestigious boutiques in terms of cosmetics, perfumes and personal care products in Panama marking its site as one of the most iconic perfume houses fit for kings and queens.





Finally I just got to say I am deeply, madly, terribly in love with Aventus what a fantastic fragance for men! For the ladies I can recommend Spring Flowers or Sublime Vanille from the Les Royales Exclusives line.


Hugs, Andy.

9 comments:

  1. so pretty!

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  2. You are an inspiration to me. Thanks for a lovely post and beautiful blog.
    LOVE.

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  3. La presencia de las fragancias es preciosa Andrés !
    Bonito evento.

    Abrazos

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  4. Love the long history behind this brand! Must be divine!!

    (='.'=)
    Lauren at adorn la femme

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  5. Que cucada!!!! estoy de sorteo, te apuntas? un besazoooooooo

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  6. Que bonitoooo
    Un besazo!!

    www.preppyandpretty.com

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  7. Ostras vaya casta de perfumistas! que pasada y bien explicado!

    tiene pinta de oler de maravilla!

    besos querido Andy!

    tati

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