France-based perfume brand Creed will roll out its first women's fragrance in five years to all global markets end 2005 through early 2006. The sales of this perfume called Love in White will be donated to UNESCO.
The fragrance, a floral oriental, has been developed by master perfumer Oliver Creed who chose the ingredients from five continents. The ingredients include orange zest, tonkin rice husk, iris, white jasmine, daffodils, magnolia, Bulgarian rose, vanilla, ambergris and sandalwood.
The Fragrance comes in a white ceramic sculpted bottle with a silver ribbon at the neck and is priced at $310, $195 and $110 for 250ml, 75ml and travel size 30ml respectively.