Lily by Christian Dior Perfume. Lily, a 1999 release by Christian Dior, is designed to provide women with the perfect sweet-floral scent solution for
ever spring and summertime occasion. The top notes of this well-received fragrance include bergamot, Brazilian rosewood, and a combination of fruity and green notes. The core notes consist of several different floral hints, such as rose, jasmine, lilac, lily-of-the-valley and, of course, lily. All of these sweet, fresh notes are paired with mellow
base notes of musk and sandalwood to make the fragrance one to be remembered.
Christina Dior is well-known in the fashion design world, specifically for the brand’s iconic feminine dresses. The brand made its big entrance into the world of fashion in 1947 after working with some of the biggest names in the industry, and provided an alternative fashion style for men and women across the globe. The company launched its first perfume in this same year, and has since introduced nearly 200 unique, high-end fragrances to the worldwide market.
Called "the most recognized name in fashion," Christian Dior started in the business by selling fashion sketches but did not get his first break until 1938, at the age of 33. He was hired by Robert Piguet, but he went to work with Lucien Lelong after his tour of duty in World War II. Dior opened his own house, the House of Dior, in 1946 and released his first collection in 1947, which featured the "New Look": soft, feminine designs in place of...
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