As seen in Cosmopolitan magazine (May 2009 issue, p92). Have a question about this item? Our Beauty Product Specialist is here to help. Send an email
Sixth generation master perfumer Olivier Creed, along with his son Erwin, present Love In Black, a fragrance that blooms with wildflowers at dusk. Creed Love In Black evokes the enigmatic beauty of America's most intriguing First Lady of the 20th century: her dark, mysterious eyes behind black sunglasses, her wavelets of brunette hair, her trim shape in a black sheath. To create Love In Black, Mr. Creed blended ingredients from places loved by this well-traveled woman. Even the bottle is made with black sand like that in the Greek isles where she wed a legendary shipping tycoon.
Classification: Floral / Rich / Floriental
Characteristics: The royal American flair of an unforgettable First Lady is found in this blend that includes Virginia cedar from the countryside where she enjoyed the chic equestrian life. Further, she often was seen donning a black velvet riding cap, which inspired the design.
Top Note: Night-blooming wildflowers from the Greek isles where she wed; Violet from Italy, where she later visited; Virginia cedar.
Middle Note: Iris from Florence, a favorite city; Clove; Tonkin musk.
Bottom Note: Black currant from Bourgogne in her beloved France, where her ancestors were born; Bulgarian rose.
Founded in 1760 and passed from father to son since then, CREED is the only dynastic, privately held luxury fragrance company in the world. CREED is based in Paris.
Founded in 1760 and passed from father to son, Creed is the world's only privately held luxury fragrance dynasty. Based in Paris, the company today is led by Olivier Creed, a sixth-generation master perfumer. Creed is famous for unrelenting high standards when it comes to fragrance creation.. Mr. Creed travels the globe searching for the purest essences to compose his masterpieces. Using the infusion technique (which has been abandoned by the modern industry), Creed weighs, mixes, macerates, and filters everything by hand. They also use the highest percentage of natural components in the prestigious French perfume industry.