Dark, dry places are the best places to store fragrances. The catacombs of a closet or a dark box are ideal for storing a new perfume bottle. Ultimately, both experts recommend the fridge to store fragrances. Why? Because the fridge maintains a stable temperature and keeps the perfume away from light and heat, it is the best way to avoid oxidation or chemical degradation.
In particularly humid or hot places, the natural oils and essences in the fragrance can begin to coagulate as they break down. If the alcohol and water inside evaporate, you'll be left with a syrupy sediment inside (something you definitely don't want). Except for a few, most Calvin Klein perfumes don't overwhelm your senses or make you nauseous, making them stand out among other high-end perfumes. Like most designer perfumes, the best Calvin Klein perfumes have a unique feature that hooks their fragrances.