Jimmy Choo is the most popular brand of luxury shoes and fashion accessories, launches its first fragrance, simply named Jimmy Choo. The Jimmy Choo fragrance, has been described as "feminine yet empowering, with a lot of sensuality to it", was developed in cooperation with Inter Parfums and the well-known perfumer from IFF, Olivier Polge. The seductive arrangement is a modern chypre fruity, with green top notes, tiger orchid, sweet toffee caramel and Indonesian patchouli. The packaging and the surfaced glass bottle is designed by Mellon herself. She was inspired by Murano glass and enthusiastic with so much attention to the appearance, so that it would be desirable and appropriate for your nightstand. Jimmy Choo perfume was launched in 2011. Perfumes have been recognised to exist in some of the earliest human civilizations either through ancient texts or from archaeological digs. Modern perfumery began in the late 19th century with the viable synthesis of aroma compounds such as vanillin or coumarin, which permitted for the composition of perfumes with, smells previously unattainable solely from ordinary aromatics alone. Van Cleef and Arpels First is suggested to be worn during the evening. Jimmy Choo is the shoe brand, synonymous with Oscar winners, the Hollywood A-list and immortalized on the cinema screen in films. A complete, luxury lifestyle brand, Jimmy Choo has captured the hearts of women around the world, and now endures with it's fantastic new perfume. The brand has always aimed to fully accessorise the Jimmy Choo woman from designing shoes, sunglasses, handbags and now the new perfume.
alcohol denat, aqua/water/eau, parfum (fragrance), ethylhexyl methoxycinnamate, butylphenyl methylpropional, ethylhexyl salicylate, benzophenone-3 hexylcinnamal, alpha-isomethyl ionone, butyl methoxydibenzoylmethane, hydroxyisohexyl 3- cyclohexene, citronellol, linalool, limonene, benzyl cinnamate, courmarin, amyl cinnamal, hydrolyzed jojoba esters, fd&c red no.4 (CI 14700), fd&c yellow no.6 (CI15985), fd&c yellow no.5 (CI 19140)