When did the original carolina herrera perfume come out?

Her first fragrance, Carolina Herrera, was launched in 1988. Other releases include Carolina Herrera for Men (199), 212 (199), Chic (200), Carolina (200), Chic for men (200), 212 Sexy (200). The first fragrance was launched in 1997 and has enjoyed great global success. Since then, many perfumed “works” from 2012 have been published, often in seasonal editions, so that fans and new “converts” can quickly make them with them. It's much better than Chic, by Carolina Herrera, which also included a nardos chord, poorly done, I'm afraid.

Carolina Herrera reminds me of different elements of perfumes that I have smelled and many that I already have. Carolina Herrera embodies the perfect abstraction to achieve modern elegance without the expensive dresses and the night at the opera. I wasn't at all attracted to Carolina Herrera's perfume, I thought it was a typical old lady's perfume. Carolina Herrera (born María Carolina Josefina Pacanins y Niño; January 8, 1993) is a Venezuelan fashion designer known for her personal style and for dressing several First Ladies, such as Jacqueline Onassis, Laura Bush, Michelle Obama and Melania Trump.

Dense, very thick and durable, Carolina Herrera's edp clearly follows the great aromas focused on tuberose. Born to an old Venezuelan family that had lived in that country for 400 years, Carolina Herrera grew up in Caracas in the '50s and '60s. The hot weather, on the other hand, loosens the corsets of Carolina Herrera and causes her to sink into an almost fecal pump, gum, honey and musk that drips. The heavy tuberose is there, of course, but Carolina Herrera is tolerable and doesn't exercise my gag reflexes, no matter how overwhelming it may be.

His favorite weapons — I remember seeing the bottles on his dresser — were the original Escada and Carolina Herrera. This fragrance is the essence of Carolina Herrera's style, embodies elegance and femininity, and is recommended for everyday use. Melon and cucumber stand out on Wall Street, while Carolina Herrera is proud to emit tuberose, bergamot, woods, jasmine and something slightly aquatic. Like bergamot and jasmine, Carolina Herrera seems to have the scent of mango, but it doesn't appear among the notes, so I guess it doesn't.

The amber-colored woody base that you see reminds me of Givenchy Amarige and all his descendants, even Amouage Ubar and Thierry Mugler Alien and Michael Kors Michael, but Carolina Herrera was the first, so it may have been the first of this family line. I wear Carolina Herrera very often, not to go to work, but at home, just for pleasure, usually on top of my Egyptian jasmine body lotion. It must be the very beast personified by Civeta; Carolina Herrera's EDP, nowadays, is the Civet of its synthetic variants, there is a big gap there.