Creed - the king of fragrances and the fragrances of kings. The Creed brand has been creating extraordinary perfumes for the royal family and other demanding clients for over 250 years. From 1760, when the brand was founded by James Henry Creed, seven generations pass the company from father to son. Mark Creed, in addition to a long, famous story, is also exceptional due to the use of ancient processing techniques of rare ingredients selected for the production of their unbeatable perfumes . Tailored Creed fragrances were used by such personalities as Queen Victoria, Emperor Franz Joseph and his wife "Sissi", Sir Winston Churchill and President John F. Kennedy. Currently, Creed's fans are, for example, Robert de Niro or Sylvester Stallone.Creed, however, it still remains a brand recognized by royal and presidential families. Perfume Creed uses, for example, Michelle Obama and Kate Middleton. The brand currently has its headquarters near Paris, but also operates in the United States. In 2010, on the occasion of the 250th anniversary of the creation of the brand, a Manhattan store was opened. The Company chooses the natural ingredients of the best quality instead of cheap, synthetic alternatives. Olivier Creed and his son Erwin Creed personally look for the cleanest ingredients all over the world and process them manually according to the traditional recipe. The owners are proud of the family character of the company and the devotion with which original perfumes of the highest quality are created. The Creed brand offer includes women's, men's and unisex perfumes, which are found in elegant bottles that are a modern representation of historical originals. Among the most famous Creed fragrances are, for example, the Green Irish Tweed from 1985 created by Olivier Creed in the style of fougère (aroma of fern). In recent years, the fruit-musky Creed Aventus aroma was very popular, inspired by the dramatic life of Napoleon Bonaparte. The Creed brand is perfume creation, luxury and a modern approach to history and heritage.