The history of perfume house Creed began more than 250 years ago. James Creed, a tailor by birth, developed scented leather gloves for King George III. The scent of mandarin, ambergris and sandalwood was so well received that it was bottled under the name Royal English Leather. The art of perfume making was passed down from son to son, and Creed supplied royal houses across Europe with perfume. It was not until 1970 that the Creed fragrances became accessible to the public. Creed's high-quality fragrances are still created through the classic infusion method. Today, in search of exclusive essences, Oliver Creed travels the world with his son Erwin. He awakens the senses with Bulgarian rose, Italian jasmine, vetiver from Haiti and Mysore from India. The brand continues to innovate, driven by craftsmanship and perfection.