Royal Princess Oud Flacon


Bringing to life early 20th century family-owned fashion sketches, Master Perfumer Olivier Creed creates a captivating scent featuring notes of floral Iris at the heart and oud at the base. Royal Princess Oud is inspired by over twenty volumes of sketch books, revealing a time when the Creed ... more


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The Fragrance Story

Olivier Creed recreates the early 20th century sketchbooks of his fashion-forward ancestor Henry Creed II. A seductive and feminine take on a classic oud, Royal Princess Oud is inspired by a time when The House of Creed supplied custom fine tailoring to the English Court.

Capturing the luxurious scarlet red riding habits made for some of the most elite royal females, Royal Princess Oud is an olfactive portrait of The House of Creed's tailoring past. Celebrating glamour & strength, Olivier Creed uses rare, luxurious and bold ingredients in this iconic women's perfume to empower the wearer in just one spritz.

“After seeing the sketches for the first time, I could picture the scent in my mind - particularly the red garments, that graced the pages of these archival books, struck me as incredibly empowering and beautiful for all women, not just of that time period.” - OLIVIER CREED

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The Art of Millesime

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...

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