OUR BRANDS

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CAROLINA HERRERA
Carolina Herrera presented her first collection at the Metropolitan Club New York in 1981 with the support of Vogue editor and close friend Diana Vreeland. In 1986, after designing the wedding dress of Caroline Kennedy, the daughter of John F. Kennedy, the brand released her first wedding dress collection in 1987 and the collection consisting of various wedding dresses soon became the favorite of all women. When the dates showed 1988, the designer stepped into cosmetics and launched her first perfume reflecting her effortless, sophisticated and iconic style. Then she released her first men's perfume with a fresh and masculine scent. In 1996, Carolina Herrera becomes the Creative Director of Herrera Perfume House and creates the brand's much-loved men's fragrance 212 Men. Inspired by Carolina Herrera's unique vision of the modern woman, Good Girl, a collection of bold yet sophisticated fragrances, is among the iconic perfumes with its striking stiletto-shaped bottle. Carolina Herrera, who won the "Best Women's Wear Award" in 2004, is later honored with the "Geoffrey Beene Lifetime Achievement Award" by the American Council of Fashion Designers. In 2018, after more than 72 shows and 37 years of fashion experience, Carolina Herrera is retiring by presenting her Autumn/Winter collection at the Museum of Modern Art. Today, the Creative Director of the brand is American designer Wes Gordon.
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DIOR
Dior's magnificent story begins at 30 Montaigne, and this address remains forever the anchor point of the DIOR House, its heart and spine, soul and nerve centre. The charm of Paris and the spirit of haute couture are born here and begin to shine all over the world. On February 12, 1947, Christian DIOR creates a planetary revolution with the collection he calls “Corolle” and “8 shape”. With just one collection, he designs an instantly recognizable silhouette. Christian DIOR has restored a femininity that many thought had disappeared and tried to defend it. In 1947 and today, DIOR's commitment and vision: to make women beautiful, happy and confident… Its vision began to impress all generations of fashionistas in France and all over the world: bold, confident, radiant and sometimes arrogant femininity - above all - expressed a sense of freedom and happiness. His first collection consisted of soft shoulders, full busts, petite waists and skirts as wide as petals of “Flower women”. On February 12, 1947, at 30 Avenue Montaigne, Christian DIOR unveils his first collection and his first fragrance. For its first fashion show, Dior flooded the stairs and reception rooms of 30 Avenue Montaigne with its scent for the first time; Miss Dior. A green chypre named after his sister Catherine, who shares her passion for flowers. It sprayed more than a liter of fragrance, so much so that the smell was even in the streets. The first bottle was an amphora. Its shape reminded me of the “figure 8” shape, in which the flower-woman was already blooming. It initiated a dialogue between the architecture of dresses and the architecture of bottles, and succeeded in creating a connection between the lines of the female body and the sensuality of fragrances.
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DOLCE GABBANA
Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana met in a fashion house where they were designers in the late 70's, and when they realized how compatible their design styles were, they started the brand known as Dolce & Gabbana. Dolce & Gabbana, which held its first fashion show in Milan in 1985 as part of the New Talent group, is making a big break in the fashion scene and they continue on their way without losing any momentum. With a passion for infusing Italian culture in all of its designs, the history of Dolce & Gabbana embodies a unique style that resonates with fashion lovers around the world. Throughout the 1990s, Dolce & Gabbana's history includes a period of tremendous growth, including their first store in Japan and their first North American showroom. The first perfume line was launched in 1992, the year Dolce & Gabbana introduced its first men's collection, and they continue to present many iconic fragrances to the perfumery world. In 2009, a make-up line with a dramatic Sicilian effect was added to their product range. Much more than glamorous make-up, Dolce & Gabbana is inspired by Italian heritage, a collection of beauty products designed as true fashion accessories. Like a work of art, the packaging showcases the unique spirit of the designers' fashion collections; detailed animal prints, fine lines, detailed embroidery, black lace and flowers.
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GIVENCHY

Hubert de Givenchy was born in Beauvais in February 1927, in an aristocratic Protestant family. He was the second child of the family. Unfortunately, their father, Lucien de Givenchy died of pneumonia in 1930. So, their mother, Beatrice de Givenchy, helped by her family raised her 2 sons. Hubert de Givenchy said later that she was his first model of beauty ad elegance. Hubert de Givenchy grew up in an artistic family. His grandfather had a strong influence on him, even though he died before Hubert’s birth. From an early age, Hubert start dreaming of Paris and fashion. The young Hubert collected these patterns, to create miniature dresses for his cousins’ dolls! His uncles thought his love of clothes was odd and told his mother to have serious ambitions for him instead. So, she insisted that Hubert continue studying to get his college degree. But he kept designing dresses anyway. Becoming a designer was his goal and he was determined to succeed. The couturier he most admired was Cristobal Balenciaga. Of course, impossible for a young apprentice to meet the master. It was in 1953, after opening his own house, that his dream came true.  He met with Mr Balenciaga in New York, during Fashion Week. Very quickly, Balenciaga became the mentor of the young fashion designer, and when he closed his fashion house, he made sure that his loyal customers go to dress at GIVENCHY. Hubert de Givenchy was strongly influenced by Cristobal Balenciaga who he admired the noble, simple, strict style and the architectural cuts of his designs.   “I invented the Separates! Fancy joyful skirts that you could mix with different tops. It gave a true liberty to women”  Hubert de Givenchy. Only 5 years after opening the Couture house, Hubert de Givenchy created the Parfums Givenchy company. At the head, his brother, Jean Claude and a small team of around 10 people. Hubert de Givenchy decided to launch 2 feminine perfumes at the time in 1957The second perfume was a gift for his friend, Audrey Hepburn. The legend has it that when Hubert de Givenchy asked Audrey Hepburn her permission to market her perfume, she replied: “Je vous l’interdis” : I forbid you ! This legend gave birth to the first perfume visual featuring a film actress! Its name: L’INTERDIT. Monsieur de Givenchy thought that with such a name, every woman would love to get it. He was right; it was a huge success.




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HERMES
Thierry Hermès was just twenty years old when he took a job as an apprentice in the harness and saddle factory. He learned the knowledge, excellence and passion of this craft for many years. His real adventure begins in 1837, when, after sixteen years of hard work, he decided to open his own studio in the Grand Boulevard district of Paris. There, he sells harnesses and saddles to his professional customers. In the past, when horses were the main means of transportation, they really played an important role. Therefore, the art of making harness and saddle was also a very important craft. Kings, powerful families, and the wealthy were distinguished from other riders by their luxurious and heavy harnesses and saddles. Despite this trend, Thierry Hermès wants to be one and, despite the trend, he decides to create simpler, thinner and higher quality harnesses. In 1867, during the famous National Exhibition, the perfection of his hand gives him access to a new and very distinguished clientele. Since 1837, Hermès has remained true to its craftsman style and humanistic values. The freedom to create, the constant search for beautiful materials and the extraordinary transfer of know-how to create useful and elegant objects that stand the test of time are Hermès' uniqueness. The perfume craft has been in the history of Hermes since the 1930s. In 2016, Christine Nagel became the Creative Director of Hermès Perfumes, adding many cult scents to brand. The story of Hermès Beauty begins with Rouge Hermès, the first collection dedicated to the beauty of the lips. The result of five years of design, research and development, integrating the spirit of excellence and the know-how that characterizes the home, Hermès Beauty combines high standards, durability and aesthetics.
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ISSEY MIYAKE
Japanese fashion designer Issey Miyake, known for combining Eastern and Western elements in his works, presented the first collection in 1971 in New York. Focusing on the concept of “A Piece of Cloth” in his design from the very beginning, Issey Miyake breaks down the boundaries between East and West and follows “the body, the fabric that covers it and a comfortable relationship between the two” as a basic concept, resonating with people all over the world. One of Miyake's simplest designs, the black turtleneck became perhaps his most recognizable garment after Apple co-founder Steve Jobs made it the signature element of his uniform. In 2005, the Art Association of Japan awards Miyake a Praemium Imperiale for his outstanding achievements in the arts. In addition to his clothes, Issey Miyake can be said to have revolutionized the world of fragrances with his perfume and cologne collections. When he launched his first fragrance, L'EAU D'ISSEY, in 1992, it became a best-selling perfume. “L'eau” means “water” in French, and water itself is the inspiration for L'EAU D'ISSEY. The starting point of the fragrance, which leaves a lasting impression in the perfume world, is ISSEY MIYAKE's view of water as a material. Developed jointly by Miyake Design Studio and Beaute Prestige International in France, these fragrances are produced according to the same principles as ISSEY MIYAKE's clothing design; based on the concept of following one's true nature, it constantly brings new fragrances suitable for contemporary life. Two years later, Miyake launches the men's version, and other fragrances follow, creating a cult perfume line.
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JEAN PAUL GAULTIER
Jean Paul Gaultier establishes the Fashion House, which will mark an era, in 1976 and launches his first collection at Le Palais de la Découverte. When he created his first corset in 1983 and then designed the first skirt for men, he managed to draw all the attention. The designer's breakthrough was in 1990, when he designed the outfits for Madonna's Blond Ambition world tour. When the dates showed 1993, he stepped into the world of fragrance and launched his first perfume: "Classique". Jean Paul Gaultier fragrances broke records by achieving worldwide success as soon as they were released. The sexiest couple of the iconic Classique and Le Male era are announced! With their sculpted bodies, striking metal boxes and sensual aromas, they have literally conquered the world of fragrance. Of course, the inspiration for the fragrances comes from the founder of the brand, Jean Paul Gaultier; gorgeous and daring! The original and elegant attitude of the much loved "crazy kid" of Haute Couture becomes the signature of its fragrances. The most distinctive features of the fragrances, of course, include the iconic designs of Jean Paul Gaultier, the Classique corset and the Le Male sailor striped top. Jean Paul Gaultier's fragrance family is an addictive game of seduction, just like his designs.
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LA PRAIRE
Clinique La Prairie first opened its doors in 1931 on the Swiss Riviera overlooking Lac Leman and the Swiss Alps. Its aim is to offer a pathway to rejuvenation by combining pioneering science, youth and vitality under the scientific leadership of Dr Paul Niehans. After years of research, Dr Paul Niehans is making a breakthrough in the clinic by developing cellular therapy in 1931 with surprising results. This breakthrough begins to spread secretly among the elite echelons of society, and the clinic soon becomes available to world leaders and artists such as Charles de Gaulle, Emperor Hirohito, members of the British Royal Family, Sir Winston Churchill, Marlene Dietrich, Greta Garbo, Marilyn Monroe, Pablo Picasso, and Georges Braque. It becomes a rejuvenation sanctuary. Inspired by the clinic, La Prairie creates its Exclusive Cellular Complex. Herein lies the biggest feature that distinguishes La Prairie from other brands; to be cellular. By supporting all functions of the skin, it gives the moisture, nutrients and energy that the skin and cells need. Based on the science of cellular therapy, the Private Cellular Complex is a secret located right in the heart of La Prairie. It is even produced in three separate laboratories so that the exact formula remains a secret and no technician or chemist knows the exact recipe. This exclusive complex has been the foundation of almost every La Prairie skincare product since the brand was founded in 1978, the building block on which La Prairie's quest for timeless beauty is built. elevates science to an art by continuing to develop groundbreaking sublime formulations using glorious ingredients. For La Prairie, the art is its craftsmanship in formulation, its extraordinary ability to create not just performance products but luxurious indulgences that pamper body and soul. La Prairie continues its legacy of art, science and pioneering excellence by combining Swiss precision, scientific innovation, precious materials and a delicately engineered, magical experience based on performance.
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NARCISO RODRIGUEZ
One of the leading American designers of the last two decades, Narciso Rodriguez plays a singular role in fashion. In 1996, Rodriguez wrote Carolyn Bessette's John F. Kennedy, Jr. She won international acclaim by designing the piping wedding dress she wore for her marriage. On November 4, 2008, Narciso Rodriguez becomes part of a monumental event in American history, and Michelle Obama chose to wear a dress from the designer's spring 2009 collection to celebrate her husband, Barack Obama's victory as the first African American president of the United States. Rodriguez described these moments as "both emotional and uplifting", "It was a great honor to be a part of this unforgettable moment in history." expresses as. The designer is honored once again when the First Lady chose to wear Narciso Rodriguez for her husband's first union address in 2009 and for his last union address in 2016. In collaboration with Beauté Prestige International, Rodriguez creates his first fragrance in 2003, making him the British FiFi Award for Best New Fragrance that year and the Perfume/Female Noveau Niche of the Year award in 2004. Narciso Rodriguez's men's fragrance For Him receives the 2008 Grand Prix du Parfum Award for Best Masculine Fragrance and Best Design when it was launched in 2007. Rodriguez's third fragrance is released in 2009. Rodriguez receives the FiFi Award Most Iconic Fragrance of the Last Decade in 2012 with Rodriguez for him and for her scents. In a little over a decade, the for her collection and the for him collection have become innovative classics and modern icons in the fragrance industry. In 2014, the designer launched her new fragrance NARCISO.
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PACO RABANNE
On February 1, 1966, Paco Rabanne made an assertive entry into the fashion world by presenting his first collection at the Paris Hotel George V. The fashion manifesto “12 Unwearable Dresses of Contemporary Materials” is still among the iconic collections of fashion history today. Paco Rabanne, who is also known as the first and only person in the world of fashion, who prepares disposable dresses, manages to enter the radar of the stars of the period with this distinctive stance. In 1967, when Françoise Hardy appeared in a mini dress made of gold plates embroidered with diamonds, she began to spread the image of Paco Rabanne that will shine for years to come. These iconic chain mail dresses helped define a shapeshifting fashion era and still remain iconic of the brand today. Paco Rabanne's other muses included Brigitte Bardot, Jane Birkin, Jeanne Moreau, and Audrey Hepburn, who wore a metallic paillette dress in Stanley Donen's hit movie Two for the Road. Another important design of the brand is its bag, designed in 1969, which left its mark on the period and still maintains its popularity. The bag, which bridges the past and the future with its iconic design and craftsman technique, and is produced by hand, is Paco Rabanne's concise expression. Shortly after founding the Paco Rabanne fashion brand, Spanish group Puig licensed Paco Rabanne perfumes in 1968, thus activating decades of unforgettable fragrances bearing the Paco Rabanne name.
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SENSAI
SENSAI delicately develops its philosophy of beauty, deeply inspired by the Nature of Japan, with Japanese Science. SENSAI embraces a silk-wrapped, deeply enlightened skin and a lifestyle that reflects the unique spirituality of Japanese beauty. Koishimaru Silk, which is used in all of its products, is the most valuable signature of SENSAI. Throughout Japanese history, Koishimaru Silk has a reputation as an extremely light and lustrous silk that was once reserved only for the Imperial family. From those days until today, Koishimaru Silk remains the most valuable silk type. The SENSAI House explores the young silky hands of silk weavers, and researchers are looking for ways to achieve the legendary and flawless Japanese silky skin of Koishimaru Silk, where they are discovering its ability to stimulate the production of hyaluronic acid, an essential and natural ingredient in nourishing and restructuring the skin. Another famous signature of SENSAI, Saho Philosophy, offers a perfect skin care ceremony for a flawless, silky skin. To achieve exceptional skin and flawless results, SENSAI advocates Saho, a unique three-step skincare ritual designed to be applied every day. By repeating this calming and thoughtful method, SENSAI thinks it can discover the most appropriate way to achieve silky skin, illuminate inner beauty, and celebrate the beauty of life.
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ZADIG VOLTAIRE
Zadig & Voltaire was founded in 1997 as a Paris-born women's ready-to-wear brand, referring to the pseudonym of its founder, Thierry Gillier. Zadig & Voltaire, which has become a fashion house known for its sharp style and quality materials in a short time, is a brand enriched with an original and warm character. This intellectual journey embodies a modernized luxury that manifests itself in an effortless, elegant and casual style. The freedom Zadig & Voltaire loves so much is manifested in a casual charm that contrasts and combines iconic pieces and materials. This vision conquers free spirits who recognize themselves in this philosophy; Zadig&Voltaire does not judge or classify, but by listening and giving advice, it allows those who want to express their individuality, find their style and be free. Zadig & Voltaire advocates "effortless" luxury, to use the Anglo-Saxon term. While rejecting the elitist and distant stance of traditional luxury, the brand promotes an inspiring universe that no one thought could reach. Members of the Zadig&Voltaire community find this freedom in their “effortless” products that allow them to create their own personal look and challenge their own style. Zadig & Voltaire launches its first fragrance TOME 1: LA PURETE in 2012. In 2016, the first women's perfume THIS IS HER, in 2017 Just Rock! It launches Pour Elle and Pour Lui perfumes, GIRLS CAN DO ANYTHING in 2018 and GIRLS SAY ANYTHING in 2019.
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