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  • 7 for all mankind

    7 For All Mankind is a California-born premium denim lifestyle brand, capturing effortlessly sophisticated California style through our fashion innovation.

  • Acqua di Parisis

    Acqua di Parisis 

  • Adrianna Papell

    At Adrianna Papell, we believe that more than a look, we deliver a feeling. This feeling has become our mission: to make every woman and every moment feel special. We understand that every woman is truly different, and seek to enhance and reveal her own unique beauty to both herself and the world. To us, there is nothing more alluring than a woman who feels beautiful.

    We take great pride in offering an exquisite sense of style, superlative fit, and quality craftsmanship. Our collections are infused with an elegance and flair that empowers women of all ages and silhouettes to feel and look their best. Each piece we make is designed for the way women live today—transitioning seamlessly from one event to the next.

    We strive to celebrate the important moments of life by celebrating the women who experience them. Welcome to the world of Adrianna Papell, where every day is a special occasion.

  • Agent Provocateur

    British lingerie retailer Agent Provocateur was founded in 1994 by Joseph Corre and Serena Rees before going global. As well as their luxury lingerie for women, they also sell a collection of subtly provocative perfumes.

    Indulge in the exclusive range of Agent Provocateur perfumes for women from exotic to soft and sensual, the selection will not disappoint. With a variety of sizes, the perfumes at The Perfume Shop will guarantee to provide fragrances for all tastes. Shop the range today.

  • Alain Delon

    The roots of Alain Delon lay not in design; Mr . Delon is in fact a multi-talented actor who has been compared to James Dean and has even been called “the male Brigitte Bardot.” Alain has appeared in over 80 films in his long career, but it was his role in the 1960 film Plein Soleil (a film adaptation of novel The Talented Mr. Ripley) that launched him into international stardom.

    Today Alain Delon’s legacy includes lines of Ready-to-wear fashions, home interiors, eyewear, watches and accessories. He incorporated his namesake brand in 1978.

  • Alfani

    Alfani is the modern, wear-to-work brand for the style-conscious woman and man. The brand offers head-to-toe dressing that translates from day to night, no matter the occasion. Offering both elevated investment pieces and core staples for everyday dressing, the brand offers a perfect solution to the career-minded customer.

  • Alfred Sung

    Alfred Sung by Alfred Sung Perfume. Timeless and elegant, Alfred Sung is a fragrance for women created in 1986. Released by the designer of the same name, this scent is revered for its rich, floral aroma. Fresh and undeniably feminine, this dainty fragrance features a slew of flowery scents, including hiacynth and iris. A rush of citrus notes of orange, mandarin, bergamot, and lemon invigorate the fragrance and take it to new heights. Reminiscent of girls' night out, this scent is bound to be a standout in your collection.


    The Spanish Angel Schlesser began his career in the fashion world in 1983 together with John Rufete. In the early 90’s he began to show his models in Madrid Cibeles and was awarded with many prestigious fashion awards. In 1999, he launched his first women's fragrance and bath line called "Angel Schlesser Femme".


    Animale was founded by Susanne de Lyon in 1987. It is a brand that is known for interesting fun fragrances for both men and women. The very first fragrance, simply called Animale, was released in 1987 for women, followed by a number of innovative blends for men and women. The name is derived from the belief that certain fragrances and aromas bring out the animal in us. Many of the fragrances are seductive, sexy and bold in their aromas and their packaging. The company was bought by Parlux in 1991, and then by the Animale Group in 2004. Through all the change if hands, the brand has continued to innovate and release new fragrances.

  • Anna Sui

    Everyone’s favorite Detroit-born dollybird, Sui’s always been boho to the bone, but in a way that’s more glam than granola. Think Biba-era London, rock-and-roll Victoriana, floppy hats, Empire-line flou, and peacock feathers—all atop the perfect pair of tough-chick boots. Sui started out in the eighties and debuted on the runway in 1991. Today, her patchwork-boudoir aesthetic is instantly recognizable in her clothing, her store design, even in her beauty packaging. It’s a true lifestyle brand, and business continues to boom: She’s got a Soho flagship, 32 boutiques, international cult status (particularly in Asia), a successful beauty line, and the pièce de resistance: the Anna Sui BoHo Barbie®.

  • Anne Klein

    Anne Klein was an innovator; a passionate creator and visionary who helped define the American fashion landscape with her eponymous brand. For almost 50 years, Anne Klein has been synonymous with American sportswear.

    In 1968, Anne Klein founded her namesake label, forever changing how women thought about and bought clothes. She was the first American designer to dress women in separates, offering them a range of jackets, tops and bottoms. In 1973, Anne competed in the Battle of Versailles, joining the likes of Oscar de la Renta and Bill Blass to put American fashion on the global map.

  • Annick Goutal

    A fascinating personality, a visionary woman with an atypical path: one of an artist who never stopped listening to her instinct and passion. Pianist, then fashion model, Annick Goutal discovered she had a guenine gift for creating perfumes and a vocation: she would become a perfumer.

    A generous and extremely elegant woman and a universe that looks like herself: refined, feminine and modern.

  • Aquolina

    Aquolina is a branch of the Italian cosmetics company Selectiva. Known primarily for their yogurt-based body care line, and for cosmetics lines aimed at the youth market, the company reached new customers worldwide with the launch of their first perfume, Aquolina Pink Sugar, in 2003. The fragrance continues to sell well and was joined by a men's companion scent, Blue Sugar in 2006. The company continued its theme of sweet fragrances with the introduction of Chocolovers, also in 2006. A youth-oriented Tweety collection was launched in 2008. The original Pink Sugar was honored with a flanker aimed at a more mature audience, Pink Sugar Sensual, in 2009.

    Designer Aquolina has 32 perfumes in our fragrance base. The earliest edition was created in 2004 and the newest is from 2017. The nose who worked on the fragrances is Shyamala Maisondieu.

  • Aramis

    Aramis was the first prestige men's fragrance to be sold in department stores. The brand continues to be a defining pillar of The Estée Lauder Companies as an industry leader in the men’s fragrance and grooming category. Aramis has maintained its equity, global brand ranking and classic appeal through the years. The Aramis Fragrance and Grooming collection embodies classic masculinity and sophistication that transcend time.

  • Arden Elizabeth

    The company was founded as Red Door salon on Fifth Avenue in 1910. Arden's company was then sold to Eli Lilly and Company in 1971 for $38 million ($222,410,846 today). Eli Lilly and Company sold Arden to Fabergé in 1987 for $657 million. Arden's cosmetics company continues to trade today, and was bought from Unilever in 2003 by FFI for $225 million, a New York company. They changed the company's name to Elizabeth Arden. The company is located in Miramar, Florida, a suburb of Miami. The company continues to offer color coordinated make-up sets, as well as an extensive line of skin care products and treatments.

  • Armani

    Giorgio Armani is a high-end label specializing in men's and women's ready-to-wear, accessories, glasses, cosmetics, and perfumes. It is available only in Giorgio Armani boutiques, specialty clothiers and select high-end department stores. The logo is a curved "G" completing a curved "A", forming a circle.

    In 2016, the fashion house stopped using animal fur in all of its collections, citing the availability of "valid alternatives at our disposition that render the use of cruel practices unnecessary as regards animals."

    According to WSJ and other influential reporters, in addition to couture line Armani Privé, Giorgio Armani and Emporio Armani are company's ready-to-wear lines that show at Milan fashion week. In addition, selling at lower prices are Armani Collezioni, Armani Exchange and Armani Jeans.

  • Arrogance

    Arrogance Femme by Schiaparelli Perfume. For the woman who wants her confidence to be perceived by all the senses, Arrogance Femme by Schiaparelli is a bold fragrance choice. Introduced in 2007 by the famed Italian perfume house Schiaparelli, this fragrance's spicy notes of bergamot and pink pepper are joined by the juicy sweetness of litchi and the fresh floral note of violet, with the fresh note of rice finishing this complex scent. You're sure to turn heads when you wear it out for a night on the town.

  • Aubusson

    Expert perfumer Daniel Aubusson got his start in fragrances by founding his design house Parfums Daniel Aubusson in 1984. Parfums Daniel Aubusson established itself with its breakthrough fragrance, the women's Histoire d'Amour, in 1984. The house released over a dozen fragrances in the following years, though Histoire d'Amour remains one of its most beloved fragrances. In 2003, it inspired a flanker, Histoire d'Amour 2.
    Aubusson has worked with top perfume designers and specializes in women's floral fragrances. Several masculine fragrances were released, including the leathery Aubusson Homme in 2000 and the aromatic Aubusson Man in Blue in 2004, though the most popular masculine fragrances are included in the man.aubusson line.

  • Azzaro

    Azzaro is a fashion company founded by Loris Azzaro (9 February 1933 – 20 November 2003). Loris was a French-Italian fashion designer. He was born in Tunisia of Sicilian parents and went to Paris to set up his cloth and perfume lines in 1962. By 1968 his business was a huge success. He was well known for making glamorous party dresses for the elite of French society. Often his creations featured ornate beading and daring cut outs. He was also known to use brightly colored chains woven onto shirts to make intricate chainmail dresses and tops. Over the course of his long career he dressed numerous celebrities including Dalida, Sophia Loren, Raquel Welch, Marisa Berenson, Claudia Cardinale, Isabelle Adjani, Kate Winslet, Marion Cotillard and Nicole Kidman.

  • Badgley Mischka

    Mark Badgley and James Mischka have been hailed by Vogue as one of the “Top 10 American Designers” and as the darlings of the Hollywood set. The design duo has made their mark over the past two decades with glamorous, stylish and wearable evening wear and accessories.

    There is a unique synergy between the talented duo, who met while studying at Parsons School of Design in New York. They share a similar aesthetic about clothes and the way people dress. Both men spent time designing for leading names — Mark for Donna Karan; James, the men's collection for WilliWear WilliSmith — before starting their own line.

  • Balenciaga

    Balenciaga is a French luxury fashion house founded by Cristóbal Balenciaga, a Spanish designer, born in the Basque Country, Spain. He had a reputation as a couturier of uncompromising standards and was referred to as "the master of us all" by Christian Dior. His bubble skirts and odd, feminine, yet ultra-modern shapes were trademarks[citation needed] of the house. The House of Balenciaga is now owned by the French multinational company Kering.