Best Vintage Perfumes 9) Balmain Vent Vert. A green floral fragrance created in 1947 by Germaine Cellier for Balmain, this one has distinctly green notes that are even often thought of as bitter. The current version however is less intense, but very appealing all the same.
Best Vintage Perfumes 5) Nina Ricci L’air Du Temps. Created in 1948 by Robert Ricci, this fragrance is a favorite all year round. Its blend of jasmine, rosewood, bergamot and sandalwood among other notes makes it a winner among women globally. The bottle itself is beautifully crafted, with a dove representing peace as this was launched just after the World War II.
Best Vintage Perfumes 8) Guerlain Jicky. There are tons of stories about the name of this perfume, but let’s get straight down to the fragrance itself. This 1889 classic by Guerlain has a theme of lavender, citrus, leather and civet. Having been through reformulations, it has been around since its creation, and is one of those fragrances that you have to get a sniff of.