Henry Creed

Country: United Kingdom

Henry Creed II was an English perfumer born in 1824. Following in the footsteps of his father, Henry Creed, and his grandfather, James Henry Creed, he took the house of Creed from a respected outfitter of the British monarchy to the pan-European powerhouse, relocating the headquarters to Paris and creating scents for royalty all over the continent, including Selection Verte and Fleur de The Rose Bulgare, fragrances commissioned by Queen Victoria that are still available to this day.

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