- Base notes
- Amber, Sandalwood
- Middle notes
- Green Apple, Violet
- Top notes
- Lavender, Tangerine
- Fragrance groups
About the brand Karl Lagerfeld
Lagerfeld Perfume | Lagerfeld - the fragrances inspired by a multifaceted talent. Karl Lagerfeld, born Karl Otto Lagerfeldt, is a world-renown artist, photographer and fashion designer from Germany who's been residing in Paris for most of his professional life. Over the course of his career, he's worked for many prestigious fashion brands including Chloé, Fendi or Chanel (of which he became a creative director in 1983). His own brand, Lagerfeld, mainly focuses on ready-to-wear fashion and fragrances.
Karl Lagerfeld introduced his first fashion collection in 1984. Since then, he's been collaborating with a few department stores and chain stores including Macy's, Sephora or H&M. The first Lagerfeld fragrance, Lagerfeld Classic for Men, was designed by Ron Winnegrad and launched in 1978.
Lagerfeld carries masculine, feminine and unisex fragrances. One of their most popular perfumes is Sun Moon Stars, exceptionally feminine and seductive oriental floral designed by Sophia Grojsman as a fragrance for the modern, independent woman.
In 2008, Lagerfeld introduced a minimalist fragrance trio called Kapsule and inspired by geometry. Karl Lagerfeld himself describes these perfumes as "music for the nose". Kapsule Light, an aromatic spicy scent, was designed by Mark Buxton, Kapsule Floriental with the notes of violets and black tea is a composition created by Emilie Coppermann, and the cedarwood-based Kapsule Woody was born in the mind of Olivier Cresp.