An intoxicating blend of more than 80 different ingredients, including jasmine, ylang-ylang and aldehydes, Chanel No.5 is arguably the most iconic scent ever created.
Dubbed by the Fragrantica community as the “greatest fragrance ever”, the Guerlain Shalimar is the world’s first ever oriental perfume.
Often described as “what solid gold would smell like if it had a scent”, the Dior J’Adore is the epitome of pure luxury.
An intoxicating mixture of fruit and spices, the YSL Opium is without a doubt one of the most controversial perfumes ever created.
The first gourmand fragrance in the history of perfumery, Angel, is an iconic blend of cotton candy, patchouli and vanilla.
Launched in 2012 with a name which translates from French as “life is beautiful”, La Vie Est Belle is a joyful blend of iris, black currant and patchouli.
A scent that took the fragrance world by storm when it was released in 2006, the Black Orchid is beloved by everyone from businessmen to cool girls.
Allegedly, a bottle of the Viktor & Rolf Flowerbomb was selling every single minute in the U.S. during 2021.