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Perfume Designers and Brands

  • Yves Saint Laurent Yves Saint Laurent is the French fashion house founded by Yves Henri Donat Mathieu-Saint-Laurent. The house and designer are often abbreviated as YSL. Laurent's career in fashion began at the tender age of 17.

  • Vivienne Westwood Vivienne Westwood is a UK-based fashion designer best known for creating the look of the original punk rock movement in the 1970s. Westwood began life as a primary school teacher who earned money on the side with her original jewelry designs.

  • Versace Versace is an Italian fashion design house founded by the late Gianni Versace and continued by other members of the Versace family after his death. Debuting with a line of women's wear in 1978, the company was an instant success which led to the men's line and the company's first boutique in Milan followed in that same year.

  • Vera Wang Vera Wang is an American fashion designer of Chinese descent who is most famous for her bridal gowns. Wang originally trained as a figure skater and competed professionally, but when she didn't make the Olympics team, she left the sport and entered the fashion industry, becoming Vogue's youngest editor ever, at age 23.

  • Valentino Valentino SpA is the fashion house founded by Italian designer Valentino Garavani. Lines issued by the company include Valentino (Haute Couture and Ready-to-wear lines), Valentino Garavani (shoes and accessories), Valentino Roma (women's ready to wear) and RED Valentino (contemporary women's).

  • Thomas Hilfiger Thomas Jacob Hilfiger is the designer behind the Tommy Hilfiger clothing and fragrance lines. Born and raised in Elmira, New York, Tommy Hilfiger started in the fashion industry as a retailer.

  • Thierry Mugler Thierry Mugler is a French fashion designer and photographer known for his 1980s power fashions and widely credited with introducing a new fragrance trend or category—gourmand—in the 1990s.

  • S.T. Dupont S.T. Dupont is a French luxury goods company founded in 1872 by Simon Tissot-Dupont, the "S.T." who gave the company its name. The company got its start offering leather wallets and brief cases.

  • Shakira Shakira Isabel Mebarak Ripoll was born in Colombia in 1977. Her musical talent and her great vocal range became apparent when she started performing in school plays and musicals. She was critically acclaimed when she entered the Colombian music scene in the early to mid 1990s.

  • Sean John Sean John is the fashion label by American musician and hip-hop tycoon Sean Combs (aka Puffy, Puff Daddy, P. Diddy, Diddy). The company takes its name from Combs' first and middle names.

  • Sarah Jessica Parker Sarah Jessica Parker is an American actress renowned for her role as Carrie Bradshaw in the hit television series and subsequent films, "Sex and the City."

  • Salvatore Ferragamo Salvatore Ferragamo was an Italian shoe designer noted for his creative and scientific approach to footwear design. He started by offering shoe repair and made-to-measure shoes, but he began designing footwear for the film industry and became known as the "shoemaker to the stars.

  • Rochas Rochas began as a French fashion house founded by Marcel Rochas in 1925. From 1925 until 1953, when the haute couture division closed its doors, Marcel Rochas dressed women in forward-thinking fashions that also celebrated traditional feminine silhouettes.

  • Roberto Cavalli Roberto Cavalli is an Italian fashion designer known for his sexy clothing and animal prints. Born in 1940 to a family with artistic roots—grandfather Giuseppe Rossi is noted painter of the 19th century—Cavalli studied art with an emphasis on textile printing, a skill that would prove valuable in his future fashion career.

  • Ralph Lauren Ralph Lauren is an American fashion designer known for his popular Polo line and other lines of clothing, accessories and home decor. Founded in 1967 and initially offering a line of men's ties, the company grew quickly in a short time and had its own boutique within department store Bloomingdale's by 1969.

  • Pierre Cardin Pierre Cardin is an Italian-born French fashion designer who gained fame for his futuristic fashions in the 1950s and 1960s. Originally studying architecture, Cardin came to Paris in 1945 and worked for Jeanne Paquin and Elsa Schiaparelli before joining the new house of Christian Dior. He remained there until 1950, when he left to begin his own fashion house.

  • Perry Ellis Perry Ellis was a popular fashion designer in the 1970s and 1980s before his untimely death in 1986. Born and educated in Virginia, Ellis initially entered the fashion world through the retail side.

  • Perfumer’s Workshop Donald and Gun Bauchner founded The Perfumer's Workshop in 1971 with the aim of opening a personalized perfume boutique. When the fragrance Tea Rose was presented in 1977 it became an instant success and today most of their products are distributed throughout the world. The brand's products are still manufactured in the US.

  • Paul Smith Paul Smith is a British designer best known for his menswear collections. His interest in the fashion world began with an early job at a clothing warehouse in his native Nottingham. This position led to a management opportunity at a Nottingham boutique, and eventually to his own boutique, opened in 1970.

  • Paris Hilton Paris Hilton is an American socialite, heiress and media personality. Great-granddaughter of Conrad Hilton, who founded the international hotel chain Hilton Hotels, Paris Hilton first rose to fame through her work as a fashion model, but her lavish lifestyle and social exploits soon garnered more work and attention than her modeling career.

  • Paco Rabanne Paco Rabanne is a French fashion house founded in 1966. Francisco "Paco" Rabaneda Cuervo, the Spanish-born fashion designer more widely known as Paco Rabanne, fled Spain with his family during the Spanish Civil War.

  • Nina Ricci Nina Ricci is a French fashion house founded by Italian-born Maria "Nina" Ricci and her son Robert in 1932. Maria served as the house's designer and was known for her elegant, feminine gowns. Robert managed the business and finance end, and made the initial foray into the perfume world.

  • Nautica Nautica is an American apparel and furnishings label founded by designer David Chu in 1983. Evolving from a menswear collection to include women's wear, children's clothing, accessories, home goods and furniture, the brand has grown into an American lifestyle brand

  • Narciso Rodriguez Narciso Rodriguez III is an American fashion designer of Cuban ancestry. Born in New Jersey, Rodriguez studied at fashion at the famous Parsons School of Design. Early work included freelancing for various companies in New York, and a brief stint at Anne Klein (under its then-director Donna Karan) as well as Calvin Klein.

  • Moschino Moschino is an Italian fashion design house started in 1983 by the late Franco Moschino. The brand is known for its colorful, playful and eccentric designs and social commentary.

  • Montblanc Montblanc (sometimes referred to as Mont Blanc on older products) is a German company known for its fine writing instruments and luxury goods. Founded in 1908 by stationer Claus-Johannes Voss, banker Alfred Nehemias and engineer August Eberstein, the company started out as the Simplo Filler Pen company.

  • Marc Jacobs Marc Jacobs is an American fashion designer born in 1963. He expressed an early interest in design and graduated from the High School of Art and Design in 1981, and continued his studies at Parsons School of Design in New York

  • Liz Claiborne Liz Claiborne is a fashion company started in 1976 in New York by Belgian-born designer Liz Claiborne, her husband Art Ortenberg, and business partners Leonard Boxer and Jerome Chazen.

  • Laura Biagiotti Laura Biagiotti is an Italian fashion designer affectionately known as the "Queen of Cashmere." Born in 1943 to a mother who owned a dressmaking shop and designed the uniforms for airline Alitalia, fashion appears to run in the Biagiotti bloodline.

  • Lanvin Lanvin is the French fashion house founded by designer Jeanne-Marie Lanvin. Trained as a milliner and dressmaker in Paris, Lanvin's entrance into the fashion world began with the beautiful clothing she made for her daughter, Marguerite.

  • Lancôme Lancôme Paris is a French cosmetics company launched by Armand Petitjean, a former Coty employee, in 1935. The company's name was inspired by the ruins of a castle, Le Château de Lancosme, and the brand's rose symbol was inspired by the roses that surround it.

  • Lacoste Lacoste is a French fashion house that sells clothing, footwear, watches, and perfume.

  • LA PERLA La Perla ("The Pearl") is an Italian lingerie designer opened in Bologna in 1954. La Perla Ada Masotti, using her skills as a corset-maker, opened the first boutique and named it after the jeweler's case, lined in red velvet, in which the company's designs were transported.

  • Kylie Minogue Kylie Minogue is an Australian actress, musician and breast cancer survivor. Born in 1968, she began her acting career as a child, earning fame and awards for her performance on popular television soap opera Neighbours.

  • Kim Kardashian Kim Kardashian is American TV celebrity, actress and model. She entered the world of perfumes in 2009 with her signature fragrance.

  • Kenzo Kenzo is a Japanese fashion house founded by designer Kenzo Takada in 1970. Kenzo attended Bunka Fashion College in Tokyo—one of its first male students—and made the move from Tokyo to Paris in 1964. In 1970, he founded his first Parisian boutique, called Jungle Jap.

  • Kenneth Cole Kenneth Cole Productions, Inc. is an American brand founded by New York-born designer Kenneth Cole in 1982.

  • Katie Price Katie Price, better known as Jordan, is an English media personality, author, former glamour model, occasional singer and businesswoman. Jordan’s business ventures also include television, books, fashion and music.

  • Kate Moss Kate Moss is one of the world's top fashion models, helping popularize the "waif" look that dominated fashion advertising in the 1990s.

  • Karl Lagerfeld Karl Lagerfeld (born Karl Otto Lagerfeldt; 10 September 1933) is a German fashion designer, artist and photographer based in Paris. He has collaborated on a variety of fashion and art related projects, most notably as head designer and creative director for the fashion house Chanel.

  • Juicy Couture A fashion house started by designers Gele Nesh-Taylor and Pamela Skaist-Levy, famous for making tracksuits.

  • Jovan Jōvan is a brand with a longstanding history. Since 1972, Jōvan has been a fragrance leader. Its Musk fragrance continues to be a best-selling Musk brand in broad distribution.

  • Joop! JOOP! (pronounced "yope") is a German fashion and cosmetics brand founded by designer Wolfgang Joop in 1978. The designer capitalized the name and added the exclamation point to distinguish the brand from himself.

  • John Galliano John Charles Galliano was born in Gibraltar in 1960 and moved to London with his family in 1966. Galliano attended Wilson's Grammar School in London before he went on to study fashion design at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design.

  • Jivago Jivago is an American perfume house which started launching their perfumes in 1994. Their first perfumes were 24K for women and 24K for men.

  • Jimmy Choo Jimmy Choo, OBE, born Choo Yeang Keat, is a Malaysian Chinese fashion designer based in London, United Kingdom. He is best known for founding Jimmy Choo Ltd that became known for its handmade women's shoes.

  • Jil Sander Heidemarie Jiline 'Jil' Sander (born 27 November 1943) is a minimalist German fashion designer and the founder of the Jil Sander fashion house.

  • Jesus Del Pozo Jesus Del Pozo was a Spanish fashion designer born in Madrid in 1946. He opened his first boutique in 1974, Del Pozo was embarking on his career at the same time as Spain was beginning to transition from the dictatorship of Franco to democracy.

  • Jessica Simpson Jessica Ann Simpson (born July 10, 1980) is an American recording artist,actress, television personality and fashion designer whose rise to fame began in 1999.

  • Jean Charles Brosseau Jean Charles Brosseau is a fashion designer from Paris in France. He founded his own perfume house at the young age of 25 after successfully graduating from a fashion school in Paris in 1955.

  • Jean Paul Gaultier Jean Paul Gaultier, born 24th Of April 1952 in Arcueil, Val-de-Marne, France is a French haute couture fashion designer. Gaultier was the creative director of Hermès from 2003 to 2010.

  • Jacomo The ‘Jacomo’ brand was born out of a partnership between American James Kaplan and Frenchman Gerard Courtin, who met in New York.

  • J Lo Jennifer Lynn Lopez (born July 24, 1969) is an American actress, dancer, entrepreneur and recording artist. Widely recognized as being the definition of America's sweetheart, Lopez has been cited as being the most influential Hispanic performer in the United States.

  • Issey Miyake Issey Miyake is a Japanese fashion designer known for his innovations with fabric and his use of technology to produce interesting and practical garments.

  • Instyle Parfums Instyle Parfums are most commonly known for their range of ‘Sex In the City’ branded fragrances, which came from the very successful TV series of the same name.

  • Hugo Boss Hugo Boss AG is a German fashion and lifestyle house, founded in 1924 by Hugo Boss.

  • Hilary Erhard Duff Hilary Erhard Duff (born September 28, 1987) is an American actress, singer, songwriter, entrepreneur, author, and humanitarian. Hilary was only 19 when she signed a deal with Elizabeth Arden in order to have her own fragrance composed, released and marketed.

  • Hermes Hermès is a French luxury goods house founded in 1837 by Thierry Hermes. Originally focused on equestrian accessories, the company has branched into leather handbags, scarves, accessories, fashion and fragrance.

  • Hello Kitty Hello Kitty (full name Kitty White) is a fictional character produced by the Japanese company Sanrio, first designed by Yuko Shimizu. She is portrayed as a white Japanese, female bobtail cat with a red bow.

  • Hanae Mori Hanae Mori is an internationally renowned Japanese female fashion designer. She was the first Japanese woman to show her clothing collections on the runways of Paris and New York.

  • Gwen Stefani Gwen Renée Stefani (born October 3, 1969) is an American singer-songwriter, fashion designer and occasional actress. Stefani is the lead vocalist for the rock and ska band No Doubt.

  • Guy Laroche Guy Laroche was a French fashion designer born in 1921, he began his career as a hat-maker and started his own fashion label in 1957.

  • Guess Guess (styled as GUESS) is an American clothing line brand. Guess also markets other fashion accessories besides clothes, such as watches, jewelry and perfumes.

  • Guerlain Guerlain is a French perfume house, among the oldest in the world. It has a large customer following, and has traditionally been held in high esteem in the perfume industry.

  • Gucci Gucci was founded by Guccio Gucci in 1921. Inspired by the beautiful luggage he had seen travelers carrying while working at the Savoy Hotel in London

  • Givenchy Givenchy is a French fashion, accessories and perfume brand, founded by Count Hubert de Givenchy in 1952. Givenchy created a personal wardrobe for the actress Audrey Hepburn as well as creating costumes for her film roles. The company's fashions were very popular by many celebrities in the 1960s.

  • Giorgio Beverly Hills Giorgio Beverly Hills is an American brand founded by Fred and Gayle Hayman in 1961. The luxury boutique was a magnet for celebrity and celebrity want-to-be's during the 60's, the fragrance of the same name would go on to become one of the most iconic fragrances of the 1980s.

  • Giorgio Armani Giorgio Armani is an Italian fashion designer famous for his menswear. Armani started his career as designer of shop-windows in a department store and worked his way up to menswear buyer.

  • French Connection French Connection is a global retailer and wholesaler of fashion clothing and accessories based in the United Kingdom founded in 1972. The brand found fame with the “FCUK” acronym derived from the company name and geographical location of its founding.

  • Fred Hayman Fred Hayman, originally a hotelier by trade whom relocated to California and opened a ritzy and eclectic boutique. His goal was to put Beverly Hills and specifically Rodeo Drive on the map as a world-class luxury shopping and lifestyle destination.

  • Ferrari Ferrari S.p.A. is an Italian sports car manufacturer based in Maranello, Italy. Founded by Enzo Ferrari in 1929, as Scuderia Ferrari, the company sponsored drivers and manufactured race cars before moving into production of street-legal vehicles as Ferrari S.p.A. in 1947.

  • Fendi Fendi is a Italian fashion house founded by Adele Casagrande in 1918. A marriage to Edoardo Fendi led to a name change and the establishment of the company known today as Fendi, in 1925.

  • Estée Lauder Estée Lauder Companies Inc. was founded in 1946 by Joseph and Estée Lauder, With a belief that every woman can be beautiful, and an initial focus on skin care, the company originally offered its products through door-to-door sales.

  • ESPRIT Esprit brand was founded by Doug and Susie Tompkins in 1968. The couple originally offered smart, sporty clothing from the back of their car.

  • Escada Escada began as a husband and wife company, Margaretha and Wolfgang Ley in 1976, and has become a premier luxury brand over the world with more than 400 retail stores.

  • Elizabeth Arden Elizabeth Arden is an American fragrance, skincare and cosmetics company started by Canadian entrepreneur Florence Nightingale Graham in 1910. Graham used Elizabeth Arden as her professional name as well as the name of her company. The company's initial focus was on skincare and cosmetics

  • Alfred Dunhill Alfred Dunhill is a British design house specializing in men's clothing, luxury goods and accessories. The business began when Alfred Dunhill took over his father's saddlery business, in 1893.

  • Dolce&Gabbana Dolce & Gabanna is an Italian luxury fashion house founded in 1985 by Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana. Making an immediate impact with their flashy, sexy clothing

  • DKNY Donna Karan New York (DKNY) is an American fashion company founded by designer Donna Karan and her late husband Stephan Weiss. The company extended its brands with the DKNY label

  • Diesel Diesel is an Italian clothing brand founded by Renzo Rosso in 1978. The company is best known for its denim collection, and its clothing lines and accessories are aimed solidly at the young consumer.

  • Designer Parfums Designer Parfums specialises in the development, marketing, manufacturing and global distribution of luxury fragrances. Our current portfolio of brands are either wholly owned or operated under license.

  • Davidoff Davidoff is a Swiss tobacco goods house founded by Henri Davidoff and family in in the early 20th century. Originally from Russia, the Davidoff family fled to Switzerland in 1906 amidst the political turmoils in Russia.

  • David Beckham David Beckham began his career at age 17 with Manchester United. During his time with them they won six Premier League titles, two FA Cups, the UEFA Champions League and the World Club Championship.

  • Creed Based in Paris, CREED is the world’s only dynastic, privately held luxury fragrance company, founded in 1760 and passed from father to son since then, serving royal houses and the discerning public for over 250.

  • Coty Coty, Inc. is a beauty brand founded François Coty in 1904. Born Joseph Marie François Spoturno, a native of Corsica, he moved to Paris and adopted the more French-sounding name of François Coty, with "Coty" a variation of his mother's maiden name.

  • Coach Coach is an American leather goods company created in 1941 in Manhattan, New York. The first fragrance from Coach, eponymous women's scent Coach, was launched in 2007.

  • Clinique Clinique is a cosmetics line founded by the Estee Lauder company in 1968. Clinique also markets cosmetics and fragrances as part of its line. The first Clinique fragrance, Aromatics Elixir, was introduced in 1971.

  • Clarins Jacques Courtin-Clarins founded the cosmetics brand Clarins in 1954 when he was a medical student. By 1990 Clarins was one of the best selling and successful high end cosmetic and beauty brands.

  • Christian Dior Christian Dior was born in France and rose to prominence in the fashion world with the creation of the "New Look"—voluminous dresses that emphasized a woman's curvy feminine shape.

  • Christian Audigier Christian Audigier is a French fashion designer and entrepreneur who is best known for the Ed Hardy brand. Born and raised in Avignon, Audigier entered the fashion industry as a teen, where his retail and marketing skills led to a position as a denim designer at just 15 years old.

  • Chopard Chopard is a Swiss watchmaker and jewelry house founded by Louis-Ulysse Chopard in 1860. Founded in the small Swiss village of Sonvillier, Chopard's initial focus was on precision timepieces, in the Swiss tradition.

  • Chloe Chloé is a French fashion house founded by designer Gaby Aghion in 1952. Aghion remained with the company until it was sold in 1985. A series of prestigious designers have passed through the company's rosters over the years, including Karl Lagerfeld and Stell McCartney.

  • Chanel Chanel S.A. is the fashion house founded in 1910 by Gabrielle Chanel (affectionately called 'Coco' by friends). Chanel created a real revolution in the fashion world with her simple, elegant fashions of timeless appeal. She was one of the first designers to introduce pants for women.

  • Cerruti Cerruti is an Italian fashion house whose roots are in the textiles industry. In 1881, brothers Stefano, Antonio and Quintino Cerruti opened Lanificio Fratelli Cerruti, a textile mill specializing in wool, in the small town of Biella.

  • Celine Dion Celine Dion is an international pop star originally from Canada. Celine Dion partners with Coty to produce her line of fragrances. Her first fragrance, Celine, was launched in 2003.

  • Cartier The house of Cartier was founded in 1847 by Louis-Francois Cartier. Celebrated for its beautiful jewelry and attention to detail, the company's reputation grew over the late 1800's, with the assistance of Cartier's son Alfred and grandsons Louis, Pierre and Jacques.

  • Carolina Herrera Venezuelan-born American designer Carolina Herrera established her fashion house in 1980. The designer's chic, exquisite fashions achieved instant success. Working with Puig to release her first fragrance in 1988, Carolina Herrera.

  • Carlos Santana Carlos Santana is the famous guitarist and rock, salsa and jazz musician born in 1947 in Mexico. Victory International company launched two fragrances with Carlos Santana’s name on them in 2005.

  • Calvin Klein Calvin Klein Inc. is an American fashion brand started by Calvin Klein at the end of the 1960s. The brand is famous for its minimalism and classic style, and helped launch the craze for designer jeans in the 1970s. The company's first perfume, Calvin, was launched in 1981.

  • Cacharel Cacharel is a French brand offering fashions, accessories and fragrances. Founded in 1962 by designer Jean Bousquet, the company takes its name from the local term for Anas querquedula, a small duck native to the Camargue region of France.

  • BVLGARI Bulgari is an Italian jeweler and luxury goods retailer which has been owned by the French firm LVMH since October 2011. The first fragrance offered by the brand was Eau Parfumée au Thé Vert in 1992.

  • Burberry Burberry Group is a British luxury fashion house, distributing clothing and fashion accessories and licensing fragrances. Burberry introduced their fragrance line in 1981.

  • Britney Spears Britney Spears is an American recording artist and entertainer who transitioned from teen pop idol to one of the most successful adult pop stars of the 21st century. Britney Spears markets fragrances under her name in conjunction with Elizabeth Arden. Her first fragrance, Curious, was introduced in 2004 and became a runaway best-seller.

  • Boucheron The House of Boucheron is a French family dynasty founded by Frederic Boucheron in 1858, with the opening of his first store in the Galerie de Valois, at Palais-Royal, during the heyday of the Second French Empire.

  • Beyonce Beyonce fragrances were made in collaboration with perfumers Claude Dir, Olivier Gillotin, Honorine Blanc and Bruno Jovanovic

  • Beverly Hills Polo Club Beverly Hills Polo Club is an American sports fashion brand, founded in 1981. The brand captures casual and elegant California lifestyle, preppy and classic elegance as well as contemporary flair.

  • Betsey Johnson Fashion Designer Betsey Johnson was born on August 10, 1942 in Wethersfield, Connecticut. In 2006 she launches her first fragrance, Betsey Johnson, a real pop art luxury.

  • Benetton Benetton is an Italian luxury fashion brand founded by three brothers and one sister of the Benetton family in 1965.

  • Balenciaga Cristobal Balenciaga Eizaguirre was a Spanish Basque designer and founder of fashion house Balenciaga.

  • Azzaro Azzaro was created in the image of its founder, Loris Azzaro. A Tunisian-born Sicilian who embodied the essence of Mediterranean luxury—tanned, sensual, hedonistic.

  • Avril Lavigne Avril Lavigne is a Canadian pop star who signed a multi-million dollar recording contract at age 16 and made a splash less than a year later with her debut album, Let Go.

  • Aramis The Aramis brand was launched in 1964 by Estee Lauder Companies, it was named for a character in Alexandre Dumas' beloved classic "The Three Musketeers."

  • Aquolina Aquolina is a branch of the Italian cosmetics company Selectiva which is known primarily for their yogurt-based body care line, cosmetics aimed at the youth market, their first perfume, Aquolina Pink Sugar, was launched in 2003.

  • Annick Goutal Annick Goutal was a pianist and model. Once she was working with perfumers on creation of facial cream and at that occasion she discovered her calling. In 1980 she was ready to launch her first fragrance collection.

  • Alfred Sung Alfred Sung is a Canadian creator, creating wedding gowns in over 60 colors and variety of models. His first women’s perfume entitled Sung, was launched in 1986 with the men’s cologne also named Sung released in 1988.

  • Antonio Puig Antonio Puig is a family owned company creating beauty and perfumery products, the fragrance Agua Lavanda Piug was launched in 1940.

  • Adidas Adidas fragrances entered the market in 1985 and have achieved particular success with its sporty themed scents

  • Agent Provocateur Agent Provocateur is a luxury lingerie line established in the UK in 1994 by Joseph Corre and Serena Rees.

  • Anna Sui Anna Sui is an American fashion designer of Chinese origins. The first boutique Anna Sui opened in Soho in 1992. Her first fragrance, created in cooperation with Wella AG of Germany, was named after her and it was launched in 1999.