Umair Jalali describes some sensational perfumes
Perfumes In History II – Jean-Paul Guerlain once said that “perfume is the most intense form of memory.” Perfumes, in most cases, become symbolic of an individual and he or she is widely recognised by them. Perfumes is the closest the human race has come to with something celestial and it transports individuals to an ideal world. Amongst the finest things created by the human beings, perfumes are placed in the front ranks and their creators often become legendary characters.
Choosing a perfume is a definite human prerogative and this is precisely the reason for the unending proliferation of perfumes that keep on getting created continuously. The perfume portfolio is indeed vast and this vastness testifies to the ingenuity of human taste and refined living. It is widely acknowledged that people tend to stick with their favourite perfumes and remain loyal to it.
Best Fragrances And Perfumes In History II
Armani Code by Giorgio Armani
Its aroma is elegant and sweet without getting overwhelming. The 2006 invention combines citrus with white flowers, honey, and vanilla, putting ‘Armani Code’ on the Olympus of fragrances.
Opium by Yves Saint Laurent
This fragrance belongs to the Spicy Oriental olfactory family which, combined with its exotic but classic bottle, has made it a top seller since 2009.
Joy by Jean Patou
Simple, classic, and with a point of seduction that comes directly from Paris and has been sweeping the market since 1930.
Calvin Klein CK One
The icon of Generation X, launched in 1994, remains the fragrance that screams freedom and equality with a Citrus Aromatic fragrance.
J’Adore by Christian Dior
Elegance turned into a fragrance with an eternal and feminine essence. Even though it launched in 1999, it might seem like it is over a century old.
Amor Amor by Cacharel
A fun, striking design and a hypnotic red tone make for one of the quintessential fruity perfumes in the market since 2003.
L’air du Temps by Nina Ricci
With the help of this floral fragrance, launched back in 1948, Nina Ricci managed to position herself at the top of the competitive perfume sector. Its bottle is legendary.
Light Blue by Dolce & Gabbana
It’s hard to believe that one of the most famous fragrances in history only dates back to 2001 and has its origin… in a Granny Smith apple!
Estée Lauder Youth Dew
From its bottle simulating a dress to its spicy oriental fragrance, this perfume dating from 1953 is all about elegance. The Weekender