Once upon a time, the royal houses used to create their own home for themselves. The same was true when it came to the English royal house. During Queen Victoria's time, it was this Crown Perfumery company that created the perfume especially for the Queen and the rest of her family. But today things have changed. How much have they changed? Well in 1999, the same company was founded in 1872 by Clive Christian , an English designer. The only hallmark of this perfection being a relic of his royal past is that they have allowed him to continue to use the Royal Crown as a mark of quality and excellence. Win the title - The Order of the British Empire turns out that the British take the whole royal subject seriously, even when it comes to the field of perfume and fragrances. So when someone like Clive Christian took it upon himself to actually hold on to the old perfume house, he actually declared himself as someone who was looking for perfection within the tradition. In order not to be confused, and also to illustrate that the royal house had a positive opinion on the matter, Clive received the OBE - a title from the Order of the British Empire. He was awarded the title for his contribution as a designer in the British luxury goods industry. The Clive Christian designer has 73 perfumes when the earliest edition was created in 1872 and the newest one is from 2019. These fragrances were created in collaboration with the perfumes at Barley Bay, Mike Parrott, Christian Provenzano, Angela Stavravasca, Julie Pluckett, Celia Orozco Sirimbili, Gauze Sean and Tim Gage. Clive Christian - The Noble Collection His Noble Collection takes its fragrances on a journey back in time, with the perfumes representing, on the one hand, the decadence of the aristocracy and, on the other, a more sophisticated and romantic period of art and harmony. There is an attempt here to be achieved in the pursuit of passion and integrity. Beauty, indulgence and timeless elegance, and in fact expressing the British Empire. All perfumes created by the brand contain between 20-25% pure perfume and are made using the finest ingredients from around the world. This collection consists of four pairs of perfume, when it comes to strong perfumes and intoxicating with unparalleled strength and quality, which characterize a figure from the period. Or a story from the past, told entirely through the perfume. The Noble collection stands out in its sleek, matte and black bottles. Matte black symbolizes the importance and elegance of the different eras. Addictive Arts Collection and Private Collection This is a collection created by keeping the secret underworld during Queen Victoria's time, when the nobility used illegal materials. To describe this, the series uses blue cobalt bottles that are reminiscent of poison in the Victorian era. The perfumes themselves blend ingredients like jasmine, ylang-ylang and cinnamon with narcotic narcissus. Clive Christian used pioneering, untraceable perfume technology here. The private collection, on the other hand, is a particularly prominent perfume package designed to celebrate all those extraordinary moments, using rare and precious ingredients from around the world. These perfumes have a heavy presence and remain on the skin over time. Among his new perfumes are the fragrance 20, male and female. For men, it is a fragrance based on citrus fruits and aromas of trees. This fragrance has a heavy scent but remains long lasting on the skin, and surprisingly very well suited to the warm summer nights. The female version, on the other hand, is more fruity and fruity when the plum, the saffron are in the upper notes and the middle notes are of flowers like damascus rose and violets and its base notes are of amber and honey. The female version adapts to all seasons and days despite the heavy odor and the fact that it remains on the skin over time.