The House of Creed is delighted to present Millésime Impérial

A scent that represents the strength of light with the allure of a silhouette

Millésime Impérial – available now in-store and online. For 50ML of this product, the fragrance retails at 1005 AED. For 100ML the fragrance retails at 1301 AED.

Fragrance Story

A milestone in Creed history, Millésime Impérial marks the House perfumery’s 150-year anniversary since its establishment in Paris. Relocated at the request of Napoleon III and the Empress Eugenie, Creed has savoured a long and rich history to the elite, including the Imperial courts of Europe. Paying homage to Creed’s royal and influential clientele, this fresh and stylish scent captures warm and sparkling notes richly layered with a sophisticated base.

Millésime Impérial, encased in an iconic gold bottle, is a fresh, stylish, and elegant fragrance that sparkles with richly layered streams, showcasing a modern golden hue. Citrus notes of bergamot, fruity blackcurrant and refreshing violet leaves are complemented by perfectly balanced iris and marine accords and a woody base of cedarwood, sandalwood and musk.

A fresh, stylish and elegant perfume, Millésime Impérial is a blend of marine accord and iris with sparkling hesperidic top notes

Head Notes

Bergamot, Blackcurrant & Violet Leaves

Heart Notes

Orris & Salty Marine Accord

Base Notes

Cedarwood, Musk & Sandalwood

The Bottle:

The design of the gold bottle is a reflection of a fond memory in Olivier Creed’s life. As he was sitting with a friend, he noticed that he was drinking from a hip flask and thus was inspired to create his iconic bottle shape.

Campaign Story

Inspired by the rise and fall of the sun, Creed celebrates this fragrance which takes you effortlessly from day to night. The campaign, captured by photographer Richard Foster, fused the movement of the sun with a modern Icarus; an homage to artists such as James Turrell and Olafur Eliasson. The Gold labyrinthine set was filled with celestial rays from one end, creating a burst of light and deep duotone shadows. The set transformed into a landscape that bathed the dancer in light, a fine mist permeated the space, creeping in from the environment outside. Contemporary dancer Joshua Jason and choreographer Katya Bourvis imagined a dance that conveyed the passing of time that was both urban and an ode to the setting sun.

A flow of movement combats through a lighted silhouette. A modern sequence that twists and turns with sophisticated flare, a refraction of light mirroring its movement.

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