Behind the Frederic Malle brand is surprisingly the man of similar name to Frederick Mal. He was born in Paris in 1962 to a family that has been practicing perfection for a long time. Indeed, his grandfather, Serge Petler, was one of the founders of Christian Dior's perfume brand, while his mother worked as Christian Dior's art director. So it is no wonder that Frederick, who was exposed to the inner workings of the perfume industry from a very early age, integrated it with his maturity, and even added his own personal touch. A career makeover, but not everything seems so obvious at the beginning of his career. In fact, young Frederick chose to study art history in New York, and then a few years passed and it was only later in 1986 that he took up a position at the famous perfume lab Rora Bertrand DuPont. In this lab, Frderic Malle learned about raw ingredients, composition and all other aspects related to the creation of perfume. When among his teachers there were some of the best professionals in the field. But Frederic wanted more and so he went to collaborate with another "nose" named Pierre Bourdon, along with investing in the creation of perfume Mark Birley for men in 1996. . Perfume Name - Federic Malle In 2000, through his connections and experience in the industry, Frederick invited nine of the world's leading perfumers to create their own original perfumes. It allowed them complete creative freedom, and they worked without any financial constraints on components or technologies. Finally, these fragrances are packed in bottles containing the name of the perfume when it comes to the first name given to it in the industry. what does it mean? Each name calls its own perfume by name, it is the traditional name of the perfume which is traditionally found behind the scenes. However, after the perfume is released to the world the credit for the fragrance is given to the fashion house or the celebrity on the bottle, without reference to its creator. In this case, the perfumes were marketed in a specially designed store that featured photos of all perfume cabinets and refrigerators for storing and displaying the scents. (Subsequently, the perfumes were distributed in collaboration with select department stores around the world.) The end result was a staggering success of the nine original perfumes that are now considered legendary in the industry. Of course, the fact that the perfumes behind each piece have finally received the recognition they deserve has added to their success. Federic Malle , describes himself as a "sky editor" who has since worked with other industry-leading perfumes (all of those perfumes he has worked with he calls "sky authors"). Later, to add and publish more editions of his perfumes, the supply expanded and the brand began offering innovative candles, home scents, soap and body care products, all of which were created as freely as the first nine fragrances. And these are designer names Federic Malle has since issued a total of 42 in the sky. When the earliest edition was created in 2000 and the newest one is from 2019. His fragrances were created in collaboration with well-known perfumes such as: Jean-Claude Elena, Dominique Rupeon, Maurice Rozell, Bruno Giovannovic, Carlos Constructors, Olivia Giubovetti , Pierre Bourdon, Edmund Rodnicka, Edward Fleyer, Michelle Rodnicka, Sophia Grossman, Fannie Bell, Julian Resquint and Ralph Schweiger. The latter is responsible for the Rose Lipstick perfume designed for women. This is a floral fragrance that was first issued in 2000 and is a compound of roses, violets, vanilla, amber, grapefruit, irises, blueberries and white musk. It is a gentle scent that has a moderate presence which lasts for a long time on the skin. It is best suited to the pleasant spring nights.