The Venezuelan fashion designer Carolina Herrera is renowned in the fashion world for dressing a number of first ladies, including Jackie Onassis, Michelle Obama and Melania Trump. But with couture spirit at the very heart of the House of Herrera, it was only natural that Carolina would discover new olfactory expression for her creativity, crafting a range of enticing and sophisticated fragrances.
Introduced by socialite grandmother to the world of fashion, she moved to New York in 1980 and soon became associated with MickJagger and Andy Warhol. She was notorious for her dramatic looks, first appearing on the International Best Dressed List in 1972 and later elected to its Hall of fame.
However, it was when her friend Diana Vreeland, then Editor-in-chief of Vogue, suggested that she create her own clothing line that Carolina achieved real critical acclaim. And her luxury clothes were soon joined by the timeless, modern and intoxicating scents that make up the house’s fragrance line.
From Good Girl, inspired by Carolina’s unique conception of the modern women, to 212 VIP, born from the designer’s time amongst New York’s creative community, the collection contains a delightful range of the finest fragrances.