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VERSACE Frargances | Egypt
Versace is an Italian fashion design house founded by the late Gianni Versace and continued by other members of the family after his death.
Debuting with a line of women's wear in 1978, the company was an instant success.
A men's line and the company's first boutique in Milan followed in that same year.
Gianni V chose the Medusa symbol as his company's logo.
The company's luxurious clothing and accesories are characterized by influences ranging from pop art to classical Greek and Roman architecture.
It became a favorite amongst celebrities—Elton John was an early fan—and the house is unique among Italian fashion houses for its consistent use of celebrities in advertising campaigns.
Celebrities who have at one time been the face of V include Madonna, Ashton Kutcher, Britney Spears and Halle Berry.
Some credit V with contributing to the "supermodel" phenomenon of the 1990s when the company cast every top fashion model for its 1991/1992 Autumn and Winter runway show.
Versace's lines grew to include accessories, home furnishing and cosmetics.
The brand inclues mulitple lines today: Atelier V, V Couture, V Jeans Couture, V Home Collection, V Collection, and V.
In addition to clothing and accessories, the brand also encompasses a hotel, the Palazzo Versace.
V Couture is the main line of the house and includes the fragrance division.
The first fragrance, Gianni V for Women, was introduced in 1981.
Fragrances for men and women
Gianni Versace fell victim to an American spree murderer in 1997, but the company continues offering fashions and fragrances under the direction of his family.
Sister Donatella, formerly the vice-president of the company and the leader of the Versus division, as well as Gianni Versace's longtime muse and the inspiration for the fragrance Blonde (1995), took over as creative director.
Designer Versace has 68 perfumes in our fragrance base. The earliest edition was created in 1981 and the newest is from 2020.
Versace fragrances in Egypt
were made in collaboration with perfumers Nathalie Feisthauer, Antoine Lie, Jean-Pierre Bethouart, Marie Salamagne, Nathalie Lorson, Marrypierre Julien, Christophe Raynaud, Jórdi Fernandez, Alberto Morillas, Aurelien Guichard, Olivier Pescheux, Olivier Cresp, Antoine Maisondieu, Alexandra Kosinski, Sophie Labbe, Francis Kurkdjian, Firmenich, Dora Baghriche, Francoise Caron, Lucien Piquet, Bernard Ellena, Domitille Michalon Bertier, IFF, Calice Becker, Christine Nagel, Mark Buxton, and Louise Turner.