Of the infinite proposals that arise each year, some remain forever in everyone’s memory
Flower by Kenzo, 2000.
One of the most iconic of the decade. Created by the Alberto Morillas nose, its aroma is one of the most famous. The poppy was updated in different editions that showed versions inspired by the original. The classic is one of the best sellers. Combine roses, hawthorn, jasmine and violet.
Chance de Chanel, 2003.
The fresh and radiant scent was created by Jacques Polge and has the uniqueness of being the only perfume in the house that has a rounded bottle, all the rest is rectangular. It tempts sparkling and spicy touches with spices like pepper, fruit like pineapple and lemon and sensual thanks to its heart of hyacinth, jasmine and iris.
For Her, by Narciso Rodríguez, 2003.
It is a classic and its aroma is based on an Egyptian musk. With the supermodel Carmen Kass as the main protagonist, the unforgettable image of perfume is not lacking as a favorite in the dressing rooms around the world, especially in the United States.
Miss Dior Chérie, by Christian Dior, 2005.
It was the fragrance launched for the anniversary no. 100 of Christian Dior’s birthday. The perfumer behind the creation was the great Christine Nagel and the name of the perfume was John Galliano’s occurrence for the song My Cherie Amour by Stevie Wonder, along with an iconic dress of the maison from the 40s, precisely called Chérie. Fresh, floral and seductive, it is one of the favorites of the younger public.
Acqua di Gioia, by Giorgio Armani, 2010.
By 2012 it was a classic. The inspiration for this perfume is found in Armani’s trips to the islands of Pantelleria and Antigua. Hence its fresh style with a strong presence of Calabrian lemon, super feminine due to its flowers and with a lot of personality due to its intense background of cedar and sugar. It was a joint creation of three perfumers: Loc Dong, Dominique Ropion and Anne Flipo.