Vera Wang is an American fashion designer of Chinese descent who is most famous for her bridal gowns.
Wang originally trained as a figure skater and competed professionally, but when she didn't make the Olympics team, she left the sport and entered the fashion industry, becoming Vogue's youngest editor ever, at age 23. Wang left Vogue in 1985 and worked as a design director for Ralph Lauren before starting her own company two years later.
Vera Wang opened her design salon at New York's Carlyle Hotel in 1990, and has become one of the top choices for bridal gown designers. Her gowns have adorned many famous brides, including Victoria Beckham, Jennifer Lopez, Sharon Stone and Kate Hudson. Vera Wang wedding gowns were also worn by the characters in the "Sex and the City" TV show and films. Vera Wang's gowns are notable for their luxurious fabrics, understated shapes and attention to small details and decorations.
The Vera Wang line has expanded to include eyeglasses, shoes, fur, home goods and and ready-to-wear. Fragrances are offered in conjunction with Coty. The first fragrance, signature Vera Wang for women, was introduced in 2002. A companion men's scent was launched in 2004. Many of Wang's fragrances feature a bridal theme, such as Sheer Veil (2005) and Bouquet (2008). Wang's most successful fragrance to date has been Princess, introduced for the young female market in 2006 and inspiring a series of popular flankers.
Designer Vera Wang has 24 perfumes in our fragrance base. The earliest edition was created in 2002 and the newest is from 2015. Vera Wang fragrances were made in collaboration with perfumers Honorine Blanc, Firmenich, Stephen Nilsen, Pascal Gaurin, Harry Fremont, Ilias Ermenidis, Calice Becker, Jean-Claude Delville and IFF.
This is Vera Wang's first fragrance for women, launched in 2002, and intended to counterpart Vera Wang for Men. The fragrance opens in harmony of mandarin blossom and cleaver. The heart brings the notes of Bulgarian rose and gardenia, while the base intoxicates with Stephanotis and pure musk.
It was created by two perfumers, Jean-Claude Delville and Harry Fremont, and it won two awards in 2003 – FiFi for the package, and "Fragrance Star Of The Year"-Nouveau Niche. It comes in a luxurious bottle designed in cooperation with Swarowski house, and also as an amulet and a bottle suitable for purse.
It is available as Eau de Parfum in 30ml, 50ml and 100ml bottles, with matching body products.