Creed is a niche perfume house, which has boutiques in Paris, London, New York City, Beverly Hills, Dubai Mall, Kuwait, Vienna, Milan, and Miami in addition to stands in high-end retailers across the world. The house purportedly creates its perfumes in-house by two perfumers: a father and his son. The current generation consists of Olivier Creed (who is credited for Green Irish Tweed, Millesime Imperial, Silver Mountain Water, and Aventus among others) and his son Erwin Creed.
James Henry Creed supposedly founded the House of Creed in London in 1760 as a tailoring establishment, however, the earliest evidence of Creed's existence hark from the late 1960s or early 1970s. It rose to fame in the mid 19th century under Henry Creed as tailors and habit makers for the fashionable dandy Count d'Orsay, Queen Victoria, and Empress Eugénie, who issued the firm of Creed & Cumberland a Royal Warrant for tailoring articles. Olivier Creed's first eponymously named fragrance was a traditional eau de cologne with matching aftershave. Its release date is unknown, although bottles are still in circulation. Creed also has other high-profile creations in its catalog such as Angelique Encens, which was said to have been originally created in 1933 for the Bishop of Paris
Fleurs De Gardenia Perfume by Creed, A spritz of Fleurs de Gardenia is all you need to experience the magic of spring any day of the year.
A fresh, green scent rounded out by rose and other light florals make this perfume perfect for everyday wear.
Top notes of black currant and pink pepper start you off with a subtle hint of spice before giving way to a warm, resinous note of galbanum.
A garden-worthy mix of jasmine, rose, peony, gardenia, and lily-of-the-valley make up a heavily floral heartaccord before settling into a warm base of cedar, musk, and patchouli.
Launched in 2012, this perfume comes packaged in a clear flacon with accents of pink, purple and black, and is available in either 1-ounce or 2.5-ounce sprays.