A salute to the sartorial elegance of 1930's London. This opulent and majestic fragrance draws inspiration from the life and influence of King Edward VIII, Duke of Windsor. The scent was previously available as the limited edition 'Windsor'. Now the formula sits proudly in the permanent collection under the title 'Royal Mayfair'. The scent itself is an intriguing blend of camphorous woods and eucalyptus, the elegance of rose, and the freshness of pine and juniper berries.
TOP: British gin, jamaican lime, Scottish Highland pine.
HEART: Rose, tuberose.
BASE: Bahamian orange, Canadian cedar, Austrian eucalyptus.
ALCOOL (ALCOHOL,) PARFUM (FRAGRANCE,) AQUA (WATER,) LIMONENE, BUTYL METHOXYDI-BENZOYL METHANE, ETHYL HEXYL SALICYLATE, ETHYLHEXYL METHOXYCINNAMATE, LINALOOL, BENZYLALCOHOL, BENZYL SALICYLATE, FARNESOL, CITRAL, CINNAMYL ALCOHOL, GERANIOL, EUGENOL, ISOEUGENOL, BHT.
Please be aware that ingredient lists may change or vary from time to time. Please refer to the ingredient list on the product package you receive for the most up to date list of ingredients.
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This unique story began in 1760. A pair of scented leather gloves was delivered to King George III by a new London tailoring company. Founded by James Henry Creed in the same year as the young King’s accession, the House of Creed has created fragrances for the discerning for over 260 years.
Today Olivier Creed, “Créateur Parfumeur” and direct descendant of James Henry Creed, continues this great tradition. Accompanied by his son Erwin, Olivier travels extensively to source, research, inspect and commission the finest materials.
Based in Paris, with a factory at Fontainebleau, Creed manufactures many of its own essences using rare traditional techniques, enabling Creed to maintain the superior quality and authenticity of its fragrances. The raw ingredients and perfume are weighed out, mixed and macerated by hand. A timeless, modern act of creation: perfume of the past, fragrance of the future.