Perfumes and fragrance by Clive Christian
Clive Christian fragrance and perfume list.
Clive Christian fragrances: British interior designer, Clive Christian, founded Clive Christian Furniture in 1978. In 1999 he purchased The Crown Perfumery (one of the oldest British perfume houses founded by William Sparks Thomson), launching his first fragrance, Clive Christian 1872, in 2001 (named for the year The Crown Perfumery was established). The Crown line was discontinued in 2002, but he continues to launch new fragrances under his own name. Learn more
Perfumes by Clive Christian (by year launched)
- 2016 - Noble VII Cosmos Flower | Noble VII Rock Rose
- 1872 Twist Mandarin | 1872 Twist Vetiver
- No. 1 Twist Violet | No. 1 Twist Chamomile
- X Twist Narcissus | X Twist Saffron
- 2014 - L for Women | L for Men
- 2012 - V for Women | V for Men
- 2010 - C for Men and C for Women (August)
- 2001 - Clive Christian Perfumes
Clive Christian - perfume house
About Clive Christian
In 1999, Clive Christian took over one of the oldest British perfume houses, The Crown Perfumery. Reviving its original values, he created pure perfumes in complex formulas with the most precious natural ingredients. The vision led to the creation of an extraordinary collection of perfumes, including No.1, which is recognized by the Guinness Book of Records as the world's most expensive perfume.
About Clive Christian Perfumes
In 1999 Clive Christian acquired the Crown Perfumery, a celebrated British perfume house established in 1872. The house acquired its name after being granted the use of the royal crown by Queen Victoria as a mark of quality and excellence. Now, inspired by history and tradition, Clive Christian creates a new level of luxury perfumes, with exotic, natural ingredients that allure both men and women. (Source: clive.com - Nov. 2011)
Contact Clive Christian
New York Office: 1-212-551-1180
London Office: +44 (0) 20 7839 3434
Shop for perfume: NORDSTROM| Saks | Neiman Marcus | Bergdorf Goodman | Harrods
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