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Fragrance Gift Sets at Vogue 1 International
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Betsey Johnson Gift Set (2-Piece)
- 3.4oz. eau de parfum spray
- 6.7oz. body lotion
- Betsey Johnson women’s fragrance
- Fruit and floral notes including tangerine, grapefruit, and freesia
Giorgio Beverly Hills Gift Set (3-Piece)
- 1.7oz. eau de toilette spray
- 1.6oz. body lotion
- 0.13oz. eau de toilette mini
- Women’s Giorgio by Giorgio Beverly Hills fragrance
- Earthy and floral notes including bergamot, mandarine, jasmine, and rose
Salvatore Ferragamo Men’s Coffret Gift Set (5-Piece)
- 5mL bottles of men’s fragrances
- 1 bottle of Pour Homme
- 1 bottle of F by Ferragamo Free Time
- 1 bottle of F by Ferragamo Black
- 2 bottles of Attimo Pour Homme
Versace Bright Crystal Travel Gift Set (2-Piece)
- 3oz. eau de toilette spray
- 3.4oz. body lotion
- Women’s fragrance
- Luminous floral scent with aquatic notes
Salvatore Ferragamo Women’s Coffret Gift Set (5-Piece)
- 5mL bottles of women’s fragrances
- 1 bottle of Incanto Charms
- 1 bottle of Incanto Shine
- 1 bottle of Incanto Bloom
- 1 bottle of Incanto Dream
- 1 bottle of Incanto Heaven
About Betsey Johnson
“I do only two cartwheels a year,” quipped Betsey Johnson to the New York Times—a feat that would seem nearly impossible to most 70-year-olds. She was describing the runway flip she performs after her runway shows: a realization of the boundless energy and whimsy on display in the garments themselves. Rooted in a youth spent dancing and constructing costumes, Johnson designs feminine, often over-the-top apparel, jewelry, and accessories. The styles elevate youthful emblems, such as hearts and butterflies, with impeccable tailoring and bold silhouettes. The Council of Fashion Designers of America described her designs as “consistently irreverent,” creating the Timeless Talent award just for her in 1999.
About Giorgio Armani
Giorgio Armani believed, “Elegance is not about being noticed, it’s about being remembered.” His eponymous fashion house embodies this philosophy, which planted Italian fashion firmly on the map. Relying on his eye for tailoring, Armani garbs men and women in sophisticated designs with a European sensuality, marked by simple silhouettes and opulent fabrics. His luxurious empire has expanded from a world-renowned fashion house into a powerful cultural identity. Sophia Loren once said, “Entering into Armani’s world is like landing into the peaceful eye of a typhoon, into the perfect calm, into a style that cannot be shaken by the winds of sensationalism.”
About Salvatore Ferragamo
At the peak of Hollywood’s golden age, Salvatore Ferragamo designed shoes for the brightest starlets. For Judy Garland, he crafted a cork-wedge heel. For Audrey Hepburn, he created suede ballet flats that eventually became part of the fashion icon’s signature look. Marilyn Monroe “owned dozens of pairs … and not one without a stiletto heel.”
The stars were drawn to the shoes not only for their impeccable style but also for their innovative construction and design. The Ferragamo-invented platform heel, for instance, added comfort as well as height. The designer built traditional heels with a steel arch, shifting the weight from the ball of the foot to the instep and allowing stilettos to grow ever taller. In total, Ferragamo filed 350 patents and executed roughly 20,000 designs. His legacy lives on in his brand’s luxurious shoes and wares, as well as a museum filled with Hollywood memorabilia and enough shoes to outfit a human-sized millipede.
The Versace fashion house defines its essence as “irreverent luxury expressed by impactful shapes and colors.” But as a Vogue writer once shrewdly observed, the fashion house doesn’t create avant-garde or elegant clothing. Instead “… it makes clothes for red-carpet photo calls in Cannes and parties aboard a rap mogul’s mega-yacht at anchor in Monaco.” Company founder Gianni Versace was also the first to harness the power of celebrity and supermodels at his fashion shows. By combining these with his sexy, bold aesthetic, he helped irrevocably link the Versace name and aesthetic with an aspirational lifestyle.
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