In collaboration with artist Taelor Fisher, The House of Creed is hosting an artful scents soiree celebrating their new fragrance, Floralie. The evening featured a live painting installation, crafted beverages and passed hors d’oeuvres to match key notes that are prevalent in the fragrance.
Passed from father to son for seven generations since its London founding in 1760 by James Henry Creed, The House of Creed has been handcrafting uncommon fragrances for royal houses and discerning patrons for over 250 years. As the only fragrance house to rely on an ancient infusion technique to capture the raw and rare materials of each perfume, Creed has created a legacy of unrivaled scents, both commissioned and worn by history and Hollywood’s greatest names.
Based out of Paris today, each scent is weighed, mixed, macerated and filtered all by hand in the highest tradition of the House’s founder, James Creed. Today, sixth generation and master perfumer Olivier Creed and his son, Erwin Creed, carry on the craft from their Parisian laboratory continuing the art of Creed’s perfume making—a timeless, yet modern take on history, bottled.
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