Creed Fleurissimo, the olfactory expression of a wedding bouquet, was commissioned in 1956 for actress Grace Kelly's wedding to Prince Ranier of Monaco. This beautiful floral fragrance was composed to complement the bride's bouquet and for many years this was only Grace Kelly's fragrance. It was released to the general public in 1972. Fleurissimo is a storybook romance. A blend of glamour and elegance. Perhaps this is your wedding fragrance or special occasion fragrance.
The word Millesime is a designation that means that the best crops from a particular year's harvest were used in the creation of the scent.
Fleurissimo is an eau de parfum, edp and is in the Floral fragrance group. Notes of bergamot, violet leaves, Bulgarian rose, tuberose, ylang, Florentine iris and ambergris.
Review from perfume.com - "I just love this fragrance! It has captured everything I want to remember about summer! It is warm and lightly floral with a citrus twist..."
Review from fragrancenet.com - "When you first put it on it's intense till it settles in. I love how it wears. . ."
|Perfume Name||Creed Fleurissimo Millesime
|Year Introduced||1956 (created) 1972 (available to the general public)|
|Perfumer||James Henry Creed Fifth Generation|
|Notes||Top notes of bergamot and violet leaves; middle notes of Bulgarian rose, tuberose and ylang-ylang; and base notes of Florentine iris and ambergris|
|Country of Origin||France|