PERFUMES OF THE LUXURY CLASS
Clive Christian is one of the most exclusive interior designers England has to offer. Opulent design, highest demands on quality and timelessness are his trademark. Each Clive Christian piece of furniture, elaborately handcrafted, is unique and tailored to the needs of the customer. He became famous in the eighties, when he earned himself the nickname "eccentric" with his opulent kitchens - including chandeliers and golden caviar bowls.
In 1999 he acquired the traditional "Crown Perfumery", which had been in existence since 1872 and was honored by Queen Victoria in the year of its foundation with the symbolic award of the Crown. Clive Christian revived the original tradition of perfumery, creating exclusively pure perfumes, based on complex formulas combining the rarest and most precious ingredients in highly concentrated form.
Clive Christian's vision of creating luxury perfumes found its culmination in the definitive Collection. The flagship of the collection is Perfume No 1, named the most expensive perfume in the world by the Guinness Book of Records. The luxury edition of the No 1 Imperial Majesty fragrance costs £215,000, and Clive Christian's collection is the best-selling fragrance to date at Roja Dove Haute Parfümerie in Harrods and other exclusive luxury department stores, including Fortnum & Mason, Bergdorf Goodman, the Paris Gallery, Douglas Rivoli and Lane Crawford. Clive Christian was also hired for the royal wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton.