This Jimmy Choo fragrance was aptly named Jimmy Choo. Perfumes vary widely in style and composition, but Jimmy Choo parfum has resonated with many women with its unique combination of femininity and sensuality. Some fragrances have an overpowering composition that places them into a single category. Not so with the Jimmy Choo fragrance. This unique mix of scents blends into a fragrance that succeeds in being both feminine and sensual without leaning too heavily in either direction.
The textured glass bottles holding Jimmy Choo perfumes are as distinctive as the fragrance itself. Jimmy Choo knows the importance of appearance. Consequently, the company and its designers have devoted nearly as much attention to the design of the glass bottles as they have to their perfume. Jimmy Choo clientele would expect no less than this. The result is a beautiful textured-glass bottle that any woman would be happy to show off on a dresser or makeup table.
Jimmy Choo is a 21st century luxury accessories brand, with shoes at its heart, offering an empowered sense of glamour and a playfully daring spirit. The brand traces its roots to a bespoke shoemaker named Jimmy Choo, based in the East End of London in the early 1990s, who catered to the global jet set, including Princess Diana. The Jimmy Choo company was founded in 1996, with Mr Choo’s niece, Sandra Choi, who had been heading up design in the East End atelier, coming on board as Creative Director, a position she holds to this day. Mr Choo departed the company in 2001.