Chloe Eau De Fleurs Lavande PerfumeBy Chloe for Women
Chloe Eau De Fleurs Lavande Perfume by Chloe, Chloe Eau De Fleurs Lavande is a women’s aromatic perfume with aromatic, woody, fresh spicy, floral,
citrus, and musky main accords. Best for spring day wear, the fragrance has long-lasting longevity and moderate sillage. Introduced in 2009, the nose for this scent is Domitille Bertier of International Flavors and Fragrances. The fragrance leads with head notes of violet leaf, bergamot, petitgrain, and citruses, followed by lavender, tea, and iris
heart notes. Musk, cedar, vetiver, cashmeran, and ambergris base notes complete this composition.
Egyptian-born fashion designer Gaby Aghion founded Chloe in 1952, seven years after moving to Paris, France. Chloe originated the idea of offering high-quality clothes off the rack, when haute couture, which required individual tailoring, was the norm. Aghion led the creative direction of the company until 1985, when the company was acquired by Richemont, and hired Karl Lagerfeld as her main designer in 1966. Under Lagerfeld’s leadership, the first fragrance was launched in 1975. All products are original, authentic name brands. We do not sell knockoffs or imitations.
History and background of Chloe. Luxurious, romantic and quinessentially French, Chloé's ethos is to make luxury ready-to-wear for stylish women the world over. Having bought the house in the mid 80s, Swiss luxury group, Richemont, placed Chloé firmly on the international market where it has remained a formidable fashion force since. Read more about Chloe