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Thread: Creed Millesime 1849
Last edited by Angelo Orazio Pregoni; 8th July 2015 at 01:14 PM.
Really! Angelo Orazio Pregoni, I asked a very famous French blogger, and he told me that Creed is a brand invented, after the failure of Olivier Creed that had tried to make perfumes in the '70s without success. Before him, no one had ever done Creed perfume. The genealogy of perfumers "from father to son" is just an invention of the 80s, and the pictures on the boxes represent people who are not true ancestors of Oliver Creed. Maybe they could even put the picture of Santa Claus as you say And the same Oliver Creed does not know the perfumery, because it is always assigned to French companies the project of the Creed's Fragrances, such as when he made GIT, created by Pierre Bourdon (without Creed). So I do not understand, why they want to continue to tell false things without vintage bottles and genuine evidence!? When Erwin Creed present its perfumes, I note that he speaks without passion and without knowing the ingredients. I fear that Erwin Creed is not a perfumer altogether. I believe that the true ''Creed'' is not in the Creed family. If at least a Creed family exist...
I think it's all over and only marketing and stories completely invented. Their perfumes are very common and very expensive, but the question here is honesty, and not fragrances.
Creed lied about its roots. Guerlain hated people of color. Hugo Boss supplied clothing to the Nazis.
Starting to think that this entire "hobby" is just made up of people that enjoy spinning stories or love hiding their shady pasts; if not both.
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250ml of 1849? Wow, didn't know about that.
Can we keep this thread on topic of Millesime 1849 please. For those of you who wish to discuss whether or not Creed retconned it's backstory, there are plenty of other thread that have discussed this.
Does anyone know if Creed makes carded samples of 1849 like they do the rest of the collection? If they do, I've never seen one.
Would be perfect if they did. I'd like to test it again after reading the impressions in this thread.