The golden sensuality of fragrant sandalwood oil has been treasured, celebrated and coveted by humans for millennia. Adding a powdery, warm depth to a fragrance, this exquisitely nuanced woody scent retains a sense of sophistication through its creamy softness.
Last month, The House of Creed unveiled the latest addition to its female fragrance collection, Wind Flowers. We sat down with Olivier Creed, for an exclusive, behind the scenes look into the long-anticipated women’s fragrance, the story behind the scent and what the future holds for The House of Creed.
All Creed fragrances are made up in a concentrated Eau de Parfum strength known as Millesime. The term has been adopted from the wine industry, and used by Olivier Creed to stress the outstanding quality of his products.