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The most famous luxury branded Arabic perfumes


Arabic perfumes are exotic, mysterious, attractive, and often we can’t resist them. Wondering who are the most popular and preferred Arabic perfumes? Find them here.

Western fragrances have always been one of the most enchanting and seductive perfumes. In them can be felt the energy of expensive jewelry, passion, temptation, and class. What makes them so irresistible is that they recreate the divine alpha presence that every person dreams to possess. In them is cultivated the rich Arab culture that many people aspire to. The root of this type of perfumes is the aromatic notes of the oriental and woody groups. In the next list, we have chosen some of the most famous brands of luxury Arabic fragrances.

1. Montale

This brand was founded by the incredible Pierre Montale, who has long worked as a perfume creator for the royal family in Saudi Arabia. He participates in the creation of every perfume of his brand and demonstrates incredible skills in them. The main aromatic notes he uses for his perfumes are agarwood, amber, cedar and musk. The most popular Arabic scents of the brand are Black Musk, Aoud Musk and Attar. Most fragrances that the brand produces are unisex.

2. Acqua Di Parma

The Italian brand was founded in the distant 1916. It is a great Hollywood favourite and is loved by many actors such as Eva Turner, Kari Grant and Audrey Hepburn. The company has gone through many ups and downs, and today it is owned by LVMH, but that doesn’t manage to move it from its place on the market. The most famous Arab aromas that the company has produced are Colonia Club, Colonia Intensa and Colonia Assoluta.

3. Tom Ford

The company was founded in 2005 by the fashion designer Tom Ford. He was forced by his father to study architecture, but his enthusiasm for fashion prevailed, and he spent an internship at Chloe’s fashion house where his motivation grew even stronger. Today he is one of the most successful designers in the perfume industry and not only. The company’s popular Arabic fragrances are Noir Extreme, Noir Pour Femme, White Patchouli, Private Neroli Portofino and Private Blend Oud Wood.

4. Lancome

The brand was founded in 1935 by the Frenchman Armand Petitjean. The muse that made him choose this name for the company was an old French castle he liked. Around the castle were laying beautiful rose bushes, which gave him the idea of the brand symbol. For the creation of each of the perfumes in the company are using high-quality products. The most popular Arabic perfumes are Hypnose Homme, Miracle, La Nuit Tresor Caresse and Magie Noire.

5. Paco Rabanne

This company was founded in 1966 by Spaniard Paco Raban. Like Tom Ford, he studied architecture in his past. His passion for fashion was unlocked when he started making jewels for different companies. Fortunately, his hobby turned into a job, and today his company is one of the most successful in the fashion industry. The most famous Arabic perfumes of the brand are: Olympea Intense, 1 Million Cologne, Lady Million Prive and Pour Elle.

6. Trussardi

The brand was founded more than 100 years ago in distant 1911. In 1970 the company was inherited by Nicholas Trussardi, who is the grandson of the founder. He starts to develop the company quickly and brings it to a world level. Thanks to him, the brand begins the production of new products and gains enormous popularity. The most famous Arabic scents that the brand has produced are A Way For Her, A Way For Him, My Land, and Blue Land.

And do you like exotic Arabic aromas? We will be happy to let us know what your favorite fragrances and marks are in your comment on the article.

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