After the founding of Clive Christian Furniture in 1978, customers clamoured for their own bespoke designs. Each different creation represented the very elements that Clive Christian so vivaciously displayed in his Victorian Kitchen: grandeur, dedication to the familial and the romantic, a place to be remembered and where memories were made. Beyond furniture, Clive Christian turned his unwavering focus and desire to create toward luxury fragrances, with a view to revive the industry by bringing the same artistic beauty and attention to detail that had made his interior designs so sought after.
Both following and paving the path of luxury, Clive Christian seized the opportunity to purchase the Crown Perfumery Company in 1999, and established Clive Christian Perfume.
Truly, a match formed in a hedonist’s heaven: an empire driven by splendour and British history acquiring the only perfumery given the right by Queen Victoria herself to use the image of her crown, in turn bestowing Clive Christian with the now world-renowned crown bottle-stoppers.
The iconic crown image only further symbolises Clive Christian’s exclusivity, regal feel and British pride, embellishing each hypnotic perfume scent with a touch of magnificence. The only demand behind each luxury fragrance was sheer perfection. The finest ingredients, the rarest temptations of the senses, exhilarating and enthralling all at once.