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Giorgio by Giorgio Beverly Hills was launched in 1981 by Fred and Gale Hayman with a fanfare normally reserved for a major perfume house launch, and never before seen for an independent boutique brand. Giorgio Beverly Hills is an American brand named after the luxury boutique whose sunny yellow and white striped awning inspired the perfume's packaging, the fragrance of the same name would go on to become one of the most iconic fragrances of the 1980s. Love it or hate it, the fragrance captured the public's imagination and was perfectly suited to the era's glamorous and over-the-top fashions. Giorgio Beverly Hills was the first perfume to be promoted with scent strips inserted into magazines. It is a superfloral fragrance, thick with tuberose and gardenia balanced by a powdery dryness evidenced as it dries down. A highly original fragrance with a long lasting burst of notes.
R 475.00

Giorgio Red

Giorgio Red by Giorgio Beverely Hills was launched in 1989 and is a woody, mossy fragrance for women. It is a blend of carnation, jasmine, orange flower, marigold, rose and peach which is accompanied by spicy notes of oakmoss and musk.
R 1 195.00

Jessica McClintock

Jessica McClintock is the first fragrance created by Jessica McClintock in 1987. It is utterly romantic and feminine. This floral fragrance is a delicate white floral blend of bergamot, ylang-ylang, rose, white jasmine and lily of the valley.
R 895.00

Joop! Femme

Joop launched by the design house of joop! in 1987, is a luxurious, oriental, woody fragrance. Top notes of aldehydes, coriander, bergamot and lemon lead to middle notes of orange blossom, jasmine, lily of the valley and rose. It finishes with a blend of sandalwood, tonka bean, amber, patchouli, oakmoss and vanilla.
R 1 395.00


Joy by Jean Patou is one of the most unique fragrances. When the Wall street stock market crashed in 1929, the shock reverberated around the world. In France, haute couturier Jean Patou reacted with a plan to create “the costliest fragrance in the world”. It is the quality of the rose and jasmine used that makes Joy so special. The greatness of Joy lies in its refusal to lower its standards and it has never changed its top secret formula. The massively expensive ingredients used to create this sumptuous fragrance were jasmine from Grasse in south east France which is, in itself, one of the finest odours and the velvety richness of the damascene rose and the lighter more lemony May rose were added. Patou pointed out that 10600 jasmine blooms and 28 dozen roses, absolute and pure, were used to create just one ounce (30ml) of Joy. One whiff of this extraordinarily rich and powerful duo catapults you straight to seventh heaven. It is so concentrated that Joy doesn’t even require a base fixative, so there are no base notes. Joy is second in worldwide fame only to Chanel no.5.
R 795.00

Kenneth Cole Black

Kenneth Cole Black for Her was created in 2004 on the brand’s 20th anniversary. This elegant and sophisticated fragrance opens with violet and citrus. The heart of the fragrance is ruled by a gorgeous composition of white flowers including jasmine, ylang- ylang, lily of the valley, magnolia, iris and hyacinth which are then calmed by the wonderful warm notes of sandalwood, musk and amber. An alluring and sensuous fragrance.
R 1 495.00

L de Lolita Lempicka

L de Lolita Lempicka by Lolita Lempicka is an oriental vanilla fragrance for women. A casual but distinctive fragrance, L De Lolita Lempicka is a spicy, mature fragrance for women. First introduced in 2006 by Lolita Lempicka, this fragrance has a rich, appealing construction that combines notes of cinnamon, precious woods, bitter orange, and vanilla with musk. Adding a touch to your pulse points will make heads turn wherever you go. This appealing and resonant fragrance is the perfect choice for a broad variety of events. “L de Lolita Lempicka is a fantastical fragrance; a passionate combination of everlasting flower, bitter orange, cinnamon, vanilla and precious woods—captured in an elaborately adorned, aquamarine gem of a bottle”. By Lolita Lempicka.
R 895.00

La Perla

La Perla, launched in 1987 in a curvy bottle echoing the female form, was the first fragrance of the Italian lingerie design house. La Perla is Italian for “the pearl”. It is a classic floral fragrance opening with spicy notes of citruses, coriander and cardamom with a floral and sweet heart of rose, jasmine, ylang-ylang and iris with a hint of honey and pepper. The dry down is made of trees and resins such as patchouli, vetiver, sandalwood and benzoin.
R 1 795.00


Lalique was the first fragrance of the design house of Lalique and was originally presented in 1992 and then later re introduced in 2001. It is a fine floral scent and apart from itself being a high quality fragrance, it has the distinction of being reissued every year in a new limited edition flacon. These flacons have a following of avid collectors as they are made from Lalique crystal. Once the required amount has been produced each year, the mould is never again used. This feminine fragrance abounds with a blend of mandarin, orange blossom, blackcurrant, Bulgarian rose, cedar, amber and warm vanilla.
R 675.00