Fendi Theorema by Fendi Cologne. Project a charismatic image wearing a classic Fendi fragrance.
Warm woody and spicy notes cast a subtly seductive spell in Fendi Theorema for men, a 2001 release from the luxury Italian fashion and fragrance label. Distinguished from other fragrances in the same line as Theorema Uomo, this masculine scent reflects a classic theory of style. Its captivating formula adds sensuous musk and pungent geranium to the citrus element of bergamot, rich, resinous amber and
the musty, woody note of vetiver.
Founded in 1925 by Adele and Edoardo Fendi, Fendi started as a boutique in Rome specializing in leather and furs. The business quickly won acclaim for the quality of their products and other boutiques were eventually opened outside of Rome in the 1930s and 1940s. It was not until 1946 that the five Fendi daughters began to work in the family business and with their arrival, as did fresh new ideas.
In 1965 the Fendi sisters met an up and coming...
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