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  • 4160 Tuesdays

    4160 Tuesdays-the number of Tuesdays we'll have in our lifetime if we live to be 80 years old. 4160 Tuesdays is an artisan perfume house based in London, founded by perfumer Sarah McCartney. The fragrances are composed by hand in small batches of 200 or less, using perfume techniques from the 1880s through to the 1970s.

  • 4711

    4711 Original Eau de Cologne – one of the world’s most famous scents and a brand that is recognised all over the globe.

  • Abercrombie & Fitch

    At present, we are only permitted to sell Abercrombie & Fitch through our shop in York. Please Contact Us for more details of the Abercrombie & Fitch range of fragrances.

  • Agent Provacateur

    At present, we are only permitted to sell Agent Provocateur through our shop in York. Please Contact Us for more details of the Agent Provocateur range of fragrances.

  • ALAÏA

    At present, we are only permitted to sell Azzedine Alaia through our shop in York. Please Contact Us for more details of the Azzedine Alaia range of fragrances.

  • Alexandra de Markoff

    Alexandra de Markoff is a classic perfume house dating back to 1955 and relaunched in 2016.

  • Alyssa Ashley

    The Alyssa Ashley brand name was born in the U.S.A during the fabulous sixties, created out of the fantasy of a contemporary artist, who devoted much time and energy to his passion for perfumes.

  • Anna Sui

    Anna Sui is an American fashion designer of Chinese origins. The first boutique Anna Sui opened was in Soho in 1992. Her first fragrance, was named after her and it was launched in 1999.

  • Apple Blossom
    Apple Blossom perfumes and fragrances
  • Aqua Citra

    Aqua Citra Perfume is back again, a faithful re-creation of the original fragrance from the 60s & 70s. If you have fond memories of being young & carefree, you will love the revival of this classic retro scent. Experience this fresh & zingy nostalgic perfume once again. Looking to wear an up to the minute bright fragrance? Aqua Citra could be the perfect.

  • Aqua Manda

    Remember flowery fashion, flared bell bottom jeans, platform shoes, disco fever, being young & carefree in the 60’s & 70's? Are you a new generation who would love to enjoy this classic vintage fragrance? You can now experience this nostalgic scent again, with a modern appeal. The iconic perfume, Aqua Manda, is back again.

  • Arpege

    At present, we are only permitted to sell Arpege through our shop in York. Please Contact Us for more details of the Arpege range of fragrances.

  • Askett & English

    Nestled among the beautiful landscapes, high beech woods & green fields of the Chiltern Hills, perfumer Askett & English presents 2 exquisite fragrances in the tradition of the classic cologne. Quintessentially English in their creation, style & expression, both colognes are subtle & understated, conveying a message of rare quality & taste.

  • Atelier Cologne

    Each scent offers the freshness & elegance of citruses, the traditional ingredients of the eau de cologne, but also the character & the exceptional lasting power of the eau de parfum. The secret: the combination of the finest natural materials with a very high concentration of essential oils.

  • Babe
  • BAL À VERSAILLES
  • Beyonce
    Beyonce
  • Blasé
    Blasé
  • Boucheron

    At present, we are only permitted to sell Boucheron through our shop in York. Please Contact Us for more details of the Boucheron range of fragrances.

  • Bourjois
    Bourjois
  • Burberry
    Burberry
  • Bvlgari

    At present, we are only permitted to sell Bvlgari through our shop in York. Please Contact Us for more details of the Bvlgari range of fragrances.

  • Cabochard
    Cabochard
  • Cacharel
    Cacharel
  • Cachet (Prince...
    Cachet (Prince Machabelli)
  • Calvin Klein
    Calvin Klein
  • Carolina Herrera
    Carolina Herrera
  • Carven
    Carven
  • Cerruti
    Cerruti
  • Chanel

    At present, we are only permitted to sell Chanel through our shop in York. Please Contact Us for more details of the Chanel range of fragrances.

  • Chantilly (Houbigant)
    Chantilly (Houbigant)
  • Chloé
    Chloé
  • Chopard
    Chopard
  • Christian Dior

    At present, we are only permitted to sell Christian Dior through our shop in York. Please Contact Us for more details of the Christian Dior range of fragrances.

  • Coty
    Coty
  • D Squared
    D Squared
  • Dana
  • Daniel Josier

    Daniel Josier’s world revolves around perfume. The quest for perfection, for delightful aromas fills his day and much of his night. All the creations on this website are the result of countless hours of reconnoiter to bring you a range of truly unique and extraordinary scents. Perfumes that will enhance and expand your experience.

  • Davidoff

    Davidoff's unique sense of quality & art de vivre is reflected in each Davidoff fragrance. An iconic brand since 1984, it includes one of the most successful fragrances ever: Davidoff Cool Water – the renowned male classic launched in 1988. Other fragrances include Davidoff Cool Water Woman.

  • Designer Parfums
  • Diesel
    Diesel
  • Dior

    At present, we are only permitted to sell Dior through our shop in York. Please Contact Us for more details of the Dior range of fragrances.

  • Dolce&Gabbana

    Dolce&Gabbana is an Italian luxury fashion house founded in 1985. The house has gained fame & loyalty from high-profile celebrities. Dolce&Gabbana's first fragrance, Dolce&Gabbana for Women, was launched in 1992. A men's version followed in 1994.

  • Electimuss

    Derived from the Latin word meaning 'to choose the best', Electimuss takes inspiration from modern perfume in ancient Rome. Electimuss embraces fragrance as an indispensable part of grooming, and ingredients are selected from rarest and finest oils and resins from around the world.

  • Elie Saab

    At present, we are only permitted to sell Elie Saab through our shop in York. Please Contact Us for more details of the Elie Saab range of fragrances.

  • Elizabeth Arden
    Elizabeth Arden
  • Elizabeth Taylor

    Elizabeth Taylor was also a fashion icon with a passion for fine jewelry, which served as inspiration for the perfume line she would launch with Elizabeth Arden. The first fragrance in the line, women's scent Passion, debuted in 1987.

  • Emanuel Ungaro
  • Emporio Armani
    Emporio Armani
  • Enigma

    The inspiration for Enigma is taken from a Franco-Russian noblewoman at the Royal Russian court (1917), a time of luxury and opulence at the turn of the century. The visually multi-faceted cap takes inspiration from the Mir Iskusstva (World of Art) movement which emerged in St. Petersburg in 1908, the origins of the Russian art deco.

  • Escada
    Escada
  • Flair
    Flair
  • Fleur

    Fleur by Mayfair, is a modern floral scent for women.

  • Floris
    Floris is a London-based perfumery house established in 1730, which today continues to be run by descendants of the founders. Founded by Juan Famenius Floris and his wife, Elizabeth, Floris sold grooming and shaving products as well as perfumes from their 89 Jermyn Street location. They received a Royal Warrant in 1820 as "Smooth Pointed Comb Maker" to King George IV. Royalty, historical figures and celebrities have long been customers of Floris.In 1878, Mary Anne (Floris) Bodenham and husband James took over the business and Floris family descendants still operate the company today.Production and sales continued at the 89 Jermyn Street location until 1989, when a factory was opened in Devon. The Jermyn Street location continues to be the company's headquarters and flagship store.Floris today offers fragrances in: Men's fragrances and Women's fragrances. Floris continues to offer fragrances that have been in its collection from its earliest days, such as Stephanotis (1786), as well as newer scents. The company also offers bath and body care products to accompany its fragrances, as well as home fragrances.Designer Floris is a traditional perfume house; the earliest edition was created in 1786 and the newest in 2015.
  • Geminesse

    Launched in 1974 by Max Factor, Geminesse has a multi-floral top which peels back to reveal leather and woods but keeps the floral dancing along the edges forever. A scent tailored to uniquely reflect feminine strength and ambition.

  • Ghost
    Ghost
  • Giorgio Armani

    Giorgio Armani is an Italian fashion designer particularly noted for his menswear. Armani started his career as designer of shop-windows in a department store and worked his way up to menswear buyer. From 1960 to 1972 he worked as a designer for the well-known house of Nino Cerutti and then worked as an independent designer for a number of fashion houses before founding his own brand. He presented his first collection of men's clothing in 1975, followed by a line for women that same year.

    Armani gained a wider audience for his work with the popular movie "American Gigolo," in which Richard Gere's character wore chic Armani designs. This was to be the first of many future film collaborations.

    The brand expanded throughout the late 1970s and early 1980s, offering a variety of collections in different price points, jeans, undergarments, accessories, fragrances and beauty products. Giorgio Armani Beauty introduced Armani for Women in 1982, followed by Armani for Men in 1984, but Armani for Women is no longer available.

  • Giorgio Beverley Hills
    Giorgio Beverley Hills
  • Givenchy
    Givenchy
  • Gloria Vanderbilt
    Gloria Vanderbilt
  • Goya

    The Fifties – an era of elegance and stunning beauty

    After the austerity of the war years a succession of style trends led by Christian Dior and Cristóbal Balenciaga defined the changing silhouette of women’s clothes through the 1950s.

    Television joined fashion magazines and movies in disseminating clothing styles. The new silhouette had narrow shoulders, a cinched waist, bust emphasis, and longer skirts.

    Post war prosperity also made perfumes accessible with ranges by Coty, Yardley, Max Factor, Revlon and Goya. Goya’s Black Rose featured regularly in full page adverts and became a popular perfume with it’s heady and romantic fragrance.

  • Grès
    Grès
  • Grossmith of London

    Grossmith of London is one of England's oldest perfume houses, founded in the City of London in 1835.

    It was the only English company to be awarded a prize medal at the Great Exhibition in 1851 for perfumes and essential oils.

    Between 1901 and 1925 Royal Warrants were awarded by Queen Alexandra and the Royal Courts of Greece and Spain.

    Having been out of family ownership for 30 years,  Grossmith is once again owned by a member, Simon Brooke, the great great grandson of the Grossmith founder, John Grossmith.

  • Gucci
    Gucci
  • Guerlain
    Guerlain
  • Guy Laroche

    Guy Laroche was a fashion designer born in 1921 who became renowned for vivid-coloured haute couture with plunging necks and backlines. His first scent was Fidji, first created in 1966.

  • Hermes

    At present, we are only permitted to sell Hermes through our shop in York. Please Contact Us for more details of the Hermes range of fragrances.

  • Houbigant
    Houbigant
  • Hugo Boss
    Hugo Boss
  • Illuminum London

    Illuminum is a British fine fragrance collection that is fluid, transcendent, playful and inspirational. They have taken their passion for perfume into the worlds of art and culture.

    Illuminum collaborates with leading artists in exploring the role and value of fragrance as a creative medium.

  • Intimate (Revlon)

    Intimate by Revlon was launched in 1955.

  • Issey Miyake
    Issey Miyake
  • Jasper Conran

    Jasper Conran is renowned as the master of the perfectly tailored suit and the little black dress his designs are distinctively British, romantic and modern.

    In February 2005 Jasper Conran opened his flagship store; a restored Georgian house at 36 Sackville Street in Mayfair, London.

    He launched his two first fragrances in 2003.

  • Jean Desprez (Bal à...

    Jean Desprez (Bal à Versailles) was a worldwide famous perfumer from France, who did not just follow trends, but invented them.

  • Jean Patou
    Jean Patou
  • Jean Paul Gaultier
    Jean Paul Gaultier
  • Jimmy Choo

    At present, we are only permitted to sell Jimmy Choo through our shop in York. Please Contact Us for more details of the Jimmy Choo range of fragrances.

  • Jovan

    Jōvan is a brand with a longstanding history. Since 1972, Jōvan has been a fragrance leader. Its Musk fragrance continues to be a best-selling Musk brand in broad distribution. Today, Jōvan's appeal can be attributed to its abiding sensuality, and down-to-earth values.

  • Juliette Has A Gun

    Juliette intrigues the world. Armed with her perfume, the Shakespearian heroine goes wild. Life is too short, and pleasures too many, says Juliette. The Gun, metaphor for the perfume, weapon of seduction, or simple accessory of bluff, essentially symbolizes the liberation of women towards men. And sometimes with a taste for revenge…

    But the concept is also influenced by romantism. A modern version, where reinventing couple and femininity is a constant quest. Created and designed by young Romano Ricci, Juliette has a gun is an independent brand. Launched in 2006, the philosophy is to approach perfumery as an art. A collection of 11 original scents, luxury, in its spicy and singular version. For women only.

  • Just Musk

    Just Musk by Mayfair, is an Oriental Floral fragrance for women, and was launched in 2003.

  • Karl Lagerfeld

    At present, we are only permitted to sell Karl Lagerfeld through our shop in York. Please Contact Us for more details of the Karl Lagerfeld range of fragrances.

  • Kenzo

    At present, we are only permitted to sell Kenzo through our shop in York. Please Contact Us for more details of the Kenzo range of fragrances.

  • Lace (Yardley)

    Yardley originally created Lace in 1982. It is a feminine fragrance with aldehydes at the top, rose in the heart and wood and oakmoss in the base.

  • Lacoste
    Lacoste
  • Lalique
    Lalique
  • Lanvin
    Lanvin
  • La Perla

    La Perla is a renowned Italian lingerie maker that built its reputation on using the finest lace in its creations. It launched its first scent in 1986.

  • Lenthéric (Mayfair)

    French distiller Guillaume Lentheric opened a small salon in Paris in 1875, which gradually expanded into a cosmetics and toiletries brand. The Lentheric collection now trades under the name Mayfair Perfumes and features cologne sprays, body sprays and talcs.

  • Lolita Lempicka
    Lolita Lempicka
  • Lubin
    Lubin
  • Lutèce

    Lutece was originally launched by Houbigant in 1984. Today the scent is sold under the ownership of Prism Parfums. It is an Oriental Floral fragrance for women.

  • Marc Jacobs
    Marc Jacobs
  • Mason Pearson Brushes

    THE MASON PEARSON HAIRBRUSH

    Mason Pearson hairbrushes are not mass produced. Most of the work is carried out by hand, using techniques pioneered and patented by the founder - Mason Pearson - over one hundred and thirty years ago and improved by succeeding generations.

    WHY USE A MASON PEARSON HAIRBRUSH?

    Regular brushing gives your hair the best chance to look and feel its best.

    So it makes sense to choose a top quality hairbrush in order to enjoy the best results. There are a number of ways in which Mason Pearson hairbrushes are set apart from all others.

    Mason Pearson hairbrushes are not mass produced. Most of the work is carried out by hand, using techniques pioneered and patented by the founder - Mason Pearson - over one hundred and thirty years ago and improved over succeeding generations.

    The unique rubber-cushion pad, made by hand using Mason Pearson’s original techniques, allows for effective and efficient brushing. It is kind to use and gently massages the scalp.

    The plastic handle shape was developed from the original wooden models, which are still made in small quantities. The plastic handles are hand-finished to remove any sharp edges to feel comfortable in the hand. 

  • Masumi

    Masumi  is like some dry, warm breeze in an Oriental tropical forest. This exquisite, exotic fragrance is created with a beautiful, independent, mysterious and sensual woman in mind and is one of the most sophisticated, feminine and distinguished fragrances ever.

  • Mayfair Perfumes

    Mayfair Perfumes and fragrances

  • Milano Cento
  • Mitchell and Peach

    The Heritage

    The Mitchells have been farming the same land in Kent, England, for five generations. The family has cultivated everything from strawberries and apples to hops and cobnuts.

    From 1923 to 1972, the Mitchells ran a thriving market stand on the south-west corner of old Covent Garden in London. In 2009 the family celebrated 100 years at Foxbury Farm, which remains the centre of the estate to this day.

    The Family Today

    Continuing in the family’s tradition, Ian and Jod Mitchell planted fine lavender on the estate. The quality of the essences distilled from the plantation inspired them to create a bath and body range of uncompromising quality. Mitchell and Peach was born.

    All Mitchell and Peach products are hand-blended in England using the finest natural ingredients, including matured essential oils from the family’s fields and honey collected from hives on the estate.

  • Molinard
    Molinard
  • Mont Blanc

    At present, we are only permitted to sell Mont Blanc through our shop in York. Please Contact Us for more details of the Mont Blanc range of fragrances.

  • Moondrops

    Moondrops was launched in 1970 by Revlon. Today, this floral, woody, musk fragrance is owned by Prism Parfums but retains its traditional aroma.

  • Moschino

    Moschino is an Italian fashion design house started in 1983 by the late Franco Moschino. The brand is known for its colourful, playful and eccentric designs, and social commentary.

    Moschino's first fragrance, Moschino for Women, was launched in 1987. Moschino for Men followed in 1990, and the company has continued to produce fragrances for men and women under both its Moschino and Cheap and Chic brands.

  • Narciso Rodriguez

    At present, we are only permitted to sell Narciso Rodriguez through our shop in York. Please Contact Us for more details of the Narciso Rodriguez range of fragrances.

  • Nez à Nez

    Nez à Nez now reduced with limited stocks.

    Please phone 01904 623137 for details.

  • Nina Ricci
    Nina Ricci
  • Nobile 1942

    NOBILE 1942 fragrances contain essential oils obtained through natural processes of steeping, filtering, & distillation. This results in a lengthy production process, but this patience is rewarded by heightened aromas & tenacious fragrances that maintain their substance & full body. All products come with a seal that certifies their originality.

  • Ocean Dream
    Ocean Dream
  • Ombre Rose (Jean...

    Jean Charles Brosseau was a fashion designer from Paris, France. He founded his own perfume house at the young age of 25 after successfully graduating from a fashion school in Paris in 1955. He launched his first and most famous perfume Ombre Rose in 1981.

  • Oscar de la Renta

    At present, we are only permitted to sell Oscar de La Renta through our shop in York. Please Contact Us for more details of the Oscar de La Renta range of fragrances.

  • Paco Rabanne
    Paco Rabanne
  • Pagan

    Pagan is a floral fragrance for women.

  • Panache

    Taylor of London was established in 1887 in England. Their collection of fragrances, bath and other cosmetic and scent products are classic, fresh and adapted to modern times.

  • Paul Smith

    At present, we are only permitted to sell Paul Smith through our shop in York. Please Contact Us for more details of the Paul Smith range of fragrances.

  • Perris Monte Carlo
    The Perris Monte Carlo Collection was born to intrigue you by its diverse and exquisite breadth of fragrances created by using the most noble of raw materials.In every culture gold represents power, wealth, luxury, success, durability... Gold is the colour of prestige and it is even a reference in terms of quality (jewellery). Gold is everywhere : home design, clothing, accessories, fashion, perfumery... Gold notes are always linked to prestige and sophistication. To emphasize the quality and the uniqueness of the ingredients, Perris Monte Carlo decided to develop a refined packaging made with golden nuances. All dressed in gold, Perris Monte Carlo exclusive line appears elegant, prestigious, very selective, as well as contemporary.
  • Prada
    Prada
  • Prism

    Prism Parfums now owns classic scents such as Geminesse, Lutece, Intimate, Masumi, Moon Drops, Raffinée, Vanilla Fields

  • Pure Silk

    Pure Silk by Mayfair is a Chypre Floral fragrance for women. Top and heart notes are exotic florals; base notes are patchouli, vetiver, oakmoss and musk.

  • Raffinée

    Raffinée is the same classic scent as when it was launched by Houbigant in 1982.

  • Ralph Lauren

    Ralph Lauren is an American fashion designer known for his popular Polo line and other lines of clothing, accessories and home decor. Founded in 1967 and initially offering a line of men's ties, the company grew quickly in a short time and had its own boutique within department store Bloomingdale's by 1969, and its own stand-alone store in Beverly Hills by 1971. Polo's first womenswear line was launched that same year. The brand became a staple of the preppy style popular in the late 1970s and early 1980s.

    The Ralph Lauren brand has expanded from Polo to include Purple Label, Black Label, Blue Label, Polo Ralph Lauren, Polo Denim, Polo Golf, Ralph by Ralph Lauren, Rugby Ralph Lauren and the women's lines Collection, Black Label, Blue Label, Lauren by Ralph Lauren, Ralph Lauren Golf , and Lauren Jeans Co. Spanning the range from casual sportswear to formal wear, the company's clothing and fragrances reflect a classic American style, and often impart a rugged, outdoorsy image. Many garments and fragrances incorporate a logo with a pony, with or without a polo player astride.

    Ralph Lauren Polo introduced fragrances beginning with the iconic men's scent Polo and classic women's fragrance Lauren in 1978.

    The company continues to produce popular fragrances for men and women, from the iconic 1990s Safari perfumes for men and women through newer offerings under its other labels in the 21st century.

  • Roberto Cavalli
    Roberto Cavalli is an Italian fashion designer known for his sexy clothing and animal prints. Born in 1940 to a family with artistic roots—grandfather Giuseppe Rossi is noted painter of the 19th century—Cavalli studied art with an emphasis on textile printing, a skill that would prove valuable in his future fashion career.Cavalli developed a special technique for printing on leather, creating unique patchwork designs composed of different materials. His innovations in leather printing caught the attention of the fashion world, and in 1970, he showed his first collection of ready-to-wear in Paris. By 1972, he opened his first boutique in Saint-Tropez, where Brigitte Bardot helped popularize his clothing.Cavalli met his muse and future wife, Eva Duringer, in 1980. This beautiful fashion model and runner-up in the Miss Universe pageant in which Cavalli served as a judge was nearly 20 years his junior, but the pair became a couple and have been partners in love, parenthood and business ever since.Cavalli's textile innovations continued. In 1994, he invented a technique for sandblasting denim which put his fashions back on the map and allowed for additional boutiques in St. Barth's and Venice. Today, the brand is sold in more than 50 countries worldwide, and the name Cavalli is synonymous with a glamorous Italian lifestyle. The Cavalli brand offering includes menswear, underwear, accessories, vodka and perfume.The first fragrance, Roberto Cavalli for Women, debuted in 2002. The animal print for which he is known adorns many bottles and boxes. Lots of Cavalli fashions also feature a snake motif, and the snake adorns his fragrances Serpentine, Serpentine Silver, Oro and Anniversary.
  • Rochas

    Rochas began as a French fashion house founded by Marcel Rochas in 1925. The company expanded its offerings to include fragrances in 1934. The perfumes were taken off the market during World War II, but the company's most famous fragrance, the classic Femme, was launched in 1943 and remains a perennial best-seller.

  • Roger & Gallet

    Roger & Gallet is a French perfume house founded in 1862. Jean Marie Farina Extra Vieille ("extra-ancient") Eau de Cologne has continuously been in the Roger & Gallet catalog since its inception. The company offers a line of perfumes, scented body products and candles, in a variety of scents for men and women.

  • Royal Secret - COMING...

    Germaine Monteil was a French fashion designer and cosmetician born in France in 1898. She was very interested in manufacturing dresses and worked as a cosmetician, and later on as a fashion designer. The beginnings of her business in perfumery date back to the 1930s when she created Royal Secret.

  • Rumba (Ted Lapidus)
    Rumba (Ted Lapidus)
  • Ruth Mastenbroek

    Ruth Mastenbroek is a perfumer who adores fragrances and works with some of the most exquisitely scented materials on earth. Her degree in chemistry and all her subsequent work have been devoted to developing the art and science of fragrance. For over 25 years she has worked with oils and essences, flowers and spices to create fragrance to order.

    Like any artist, in this case whose palette is smells, she has always sought that elixir, the scent that stands out above all others. She now feels that she has finally found it and the result is Ruth Mastenbrœk, the fragrance.

    Alongside the development of every cream and lotion, the fragrance for each product was fine-tuned and polished. We are now proud to present her first collection of beautiful products.

  • Salvatore Ferragamo
    Salvatore Ferragamo
  • Sarah Jessica Parker

    Sarah Jessica Parker is an American actress. Her own personal style and that of the characters she portrayed, led to opportunities in modelling, as well launching her own fragrance.

  • Stella McCartney

    Stella McCartney is a UK-based fashion designer and the daughter of one of the 20th century's most iconic couples. Parents are Sir Paul McCartney, formerly of The Beatles, and the late Linda McCartney, photographer and musician. An early interest in fashion manifested at age 13, when Stella created her first jacket. She also worked as an intern for Christian LaCroix, and for Edward Sexton, Paul McCartney's tailor. Stella formally studied fashion at Central St. Martin's college, and the collection produced for her graduation runway show sold to a London retailer. Licensing deals were also made with Browns, Joseph, Bergdorf Goodman and Neiman Marcus. Stella was appointed Creative Director of French fashion house Chloe in 1997, and remained with the company until 2001, when a joint venture with the Gucci Group allowed Stella McCartney to launch a collection under her own name. Fragrances have been available under the Stella McCartney label since 2003.

  • Tabu

    Originally by the House of Dana, Tabu was created by Jean Carles in 1932. He was well known for his wonderful creations made of unusual materials, abd before creating Tabu, he was instructed to make a fragrance for a whore. Thus Tabu was created, sensual and shocking.

  • Tramp

    Tramp is today made by Mayfair perfumes, and was launched in 1975.

  • Travalo

    Travalos - the convenient way to carry your favourite scents around with you. Aircraft-friendly and refillable.

  • Tribe
    Launched in 1991 Sponsored Take That's first UK tour in 1992 Woman's fragrance of the year 1992 Discontinued in 1997 2015: Tribe original fragrance and packaging recreated
  • Tweed

    Tweed was originally launched by Lenthéric in 1933. Today, the sensuous woody floral fragrance retains its character and is owned by Milton Lloyd.

  • Valentino

    Valentino was established in 1960 by legendary fashion designer Valentino Garavani and his business partner Giancarlo Giammetti. Recently it celebrated an iconic cornerstone – its 50th anniversary – that further consecrates its heritage and success story.

    One of the most storied brands in the world, Valentino offers a wide range of luxury products from Haute Couture and Prêt-à-Porter to an extensive accessories collection that includes bags, shoes, small leather goods, belts, eyewear, silks and perfumes.

  • Van Cleef and Arpels

    At present, we are only permitted to sell Van Cleef & Arpels through our shop in York. Please Contact Us for more details of the Van Cleef & Arpels range of fragrances.

  • Vanderbilt

    Gloria Vanderbilt is an artist, actress, designer, author, socialite & heiress from one of America's most prominent families of the 19th century. Her first scent, signature Vanderbilt for women, was a popular mass market perfume in the 1980s and still has a loyal following today.

  • Vanilla Fields

    Vanilla Fields

    Originally launched in 1993 as an Oriental Vanilla fragrance, the new version has delicious top notes of warm vanilla with hints of floral, musk and bergamot. It envelopes the senses beautifully.

    The jasmine, ylang ylang and geranium heart mellows and deepens into a subtle base of woods, patchouli and musk with the Jasmine and Vanilla still shining through.

    This fragrance should be in every woman's perfume collection.

  • Vera Wang

    Vera Wang is an American fashion designer of Chinese descent who is most famous for her bridal gowns. She opened her design salon at New York's Carlyle Hotel in 1990, and has become one of the top choices for bridal gown designers. The Vera Wang line has expanded to include eyeglasses, shoes, fur, home goods, ready-to-wear, and fragrances.

  • Versace

    Versace is an Italian fashion design house founded by the late Gianni Versace. The first Versace fragrance, Gianni Versace for Women, was introduced in 1981. Fragrances for men and women are offered under the Versace, Versus, Jeans and Jeans Couture labels.

  • Vivienne Westwood

    Vivienne Westwood is a UK-based fashion designer best known for creating the look of the original punk rock movement in the 1970s. Her first perfume, Boudoir, was introduced in 1998. Other fragrances in the collection have borne the name of her boutique (Let It Rock), and the name of a fashion era in her history (Anglomania).

  • White Satin

    White Satin by Milton Lloyd is a Floral fragrance for women. Top notes are bergamot and grapefruit; middle notes are jasmine, geranium, rose, cherry blossom, lily-of-the-valley, tuberose and violet; base notes are amber, patchouli, vanilla and cedar.

  • Woods of Windsor

    The Woods of Windsor Story

    The origin of the Woods of Windsor luxury bath, body & homes brand comes from a small apothecary located in the shadow of Windsor as far back as 1770. This local apothecary served not only the townsfolk of Windsor, but also the Royal family and its distinguished visitors.

    In 1970 Roger and Kathleen Knowles acquired the run-down pharmacy, then known as the Woods pharmacy. Whilst clearing out two centuries of debris, which had been allowed to accumulate by previous managements, they discovered a treasure trove of old recipe and prescription books and medical artefacts which dated all the way back to the founding of the business. Many of the books contained recipes for perfumery products, which had been associated with the business and sold to the residents of Windsor over the years. This very special revelation motivated Roger and Kathleen to create a range of perfumery and toiletry products using these original formularies.

    In 1971 they successfully launched a beautiful range of perfumery products, including pot pourri and china pomanders using lavender flowers and rosebuds, inspired by the original formulations, and presented in a way which reflected the historical environment in which they had been originally created. They sold the range from a small shop at the rear of the premises, which was previously used as a store room. By 1974 they were selling their products to high-end London retailers and department stores including Harrods and Liberty's.

    In 1976 Woods of Windsor launched their first commercial room fragrance - Parfum d'ambience and by 1978 introduced their first commercial drawer liners.
    In 1981, to expand the offering further, Woods of Windsor launched their gentlemen's collection which was inspired by a formulation that was originally used to fragrance Spanish leather. An 1850 etching of Windsor castle was used for the design of the logo on the packaging to reinforce the brand's heritage. By 1983 Woods of Windsor won the Queen's award for Export.

    The perfumery business was doing so well that the Knowles' decided to sell the pharmacy and concentrate solely on their best performing business. They kept the small perfumery shop and the remainder of the building in which to trade. By 1984 they reacquired the Woods of Windsor pharmacy and converted it into a very stylish Woods of Windsor flagship shop selling the finest bath, body and homes products. By 1985 the Woods of Windsor business was exported to 40 countries worldwide and by 1989 they won another Queen's award for Export. After achieving great success throughout the 1990s, the Knowles' sold the business to a management buyout in 2000.

  • Worth

    Charles Frederick Worth founded the couture fashion house House of Worth in the 1850s and the company was one of the first fashion brands to venture into the perfumery market. The classic Je Reviens, was presented in 1932. The scent has been loved by many women for more than 80 years.

  • Yardley

    Yardley of London is a British cosmetics brand whose first successes date back to the 18th century. The company is one of the world's oldest in the cosmetics sector and was founded in 1770 producing mainly soaps and perfumes. A make-up line that was launched in the 2nd half of the 20th century has now been discontinued. Today the company's core products centre around perfumes, perfumes products for bath and body, soaps, talcum powders and products for skin and hair care.

    The company sources all of the lavender used for their famous products, the brand's signature, from lavender fields in the South of England. Their production site has been set up in Basildon, Essex, in England.

    The most popular fragrances are English Lavender, Lily of the Valley, English Rose, Peony and Iris with new lines being added on a regular basis.

    April Violet, a perfume relaunch from the 2000s, features notes of violet, pelargonium, vanilla, musk. jasmine and lily of the valley. Citrus and Wood, a men's fragrance from 2011, consists of fresh, spicy and woody notes such as lime, bergamot, elemi resin, pepper, birch, vetiver, oak moss, amber, sandalwood and cedar.

    Yardley's most famous fragrance, English Lavender, is composed of rosemary, eucalyptus, lavender, bergamot, clary sage, cedar, geranium, tonka bean, musk and oak moss.

    English Rose, another one of the company's bestsellers that has been loved by generations, is based on floral notes of rose, geranium, creamy white flowers, woody, spicy and musky accords.

    Yardley is synonymous with affordable quality fragrances.

  • Yves Saint Laurent
    Yves Saint Laurent
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