Heard about this Queen Victoria-approved perfume brand

Creed is a luxury grooming company that began in the 1700s with a royal seal of approval.

April 27, 2017

When James Henry Creed founded a perfume house in 1760 we doubt the word ‘exfoliation’ even existed. But today, more than 250 years later, his fragrances are still a huge name in the male grooming industry and are being carried into the 21st century by the seventh generation of the Creed family.  

Creed hit the big time when Queen Victoria gave them the thumbs up, which led to many more European royal houses following suit. Creed moved to Paris in 1854 and has created more than 200 fragrances over the years with current president Olivier Creed at the helm.

The fragrance shown here is a best-seller from Creed’s premium Royal Exclusives range called Spice & Wood and is – well – spicy and woody, as well as being utterly gorgeous. Queen Victoria chose wisely.

AED 1,700 AED for 75ml; creed.eu