ChopardGardens of the Kings Aigle Imperial Eau de Parfum Unisex

Chopard Gardens of the Kings Aigle Imperial Eau de Parfum Unisex
Chopard Gardens of the Kings Aigle Imperial Eau de Parfum Unisex
100 ml
96.50

In stock | Code: CHP02273
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Express Delivery
Thursday 9/12/2021
DPD Tracked Delivery
Tuesday 14/12/2021

New day – new opportunity to tackle more challenges. Chopard Gardens of the Kings Aigle Imperial unisex Eau de Parfum will refresh your mind so that you can boldly follow your instinct. Embrace your everyday adventures!

  • an aromatic scent
  • unisex – suitable for both women and men
  • for both everyday wear and special occasions

Ingredients

Top notes - They develop straight after you put the fragrance on. They create the first impression and tend to be quite intense, but not long-lasting.
Top notes
Bergamot, Ginger, Matcha
Middle notes - The heart of the fragrance comes out after a couple of minutes when the head of the scent fades away. These notes usually last around 2 to 3 hours.
Middle notes
Patchouli, Water Notes, Labdanum, Olibanum
Base notes - The last and often longest part of the fragrance's evolution on your skin. Takes anywhere from 4 hours to over a day.
Base notes
Agarwood Smoke, Guaiac Wood, Oud
Fragrance category
aromatic, woody

Chopard one of the most famous brands in the world of jewellery and watches. The history of this brand began in 1860 when a watchmaker called Louis-Ulysse Chopard opened a little shop selling his own designs. His watches were soon high in demand all over Europe.

A century later, the company started making jewellery, but it took several more decades for the first Chopard fragrance to be launched. The brand often collaborates with the most prominent perfumers like Olivier Polge, Louise Turner or Michel Almairac. Their first fragrance for women, Casmir, was an immediate success, mainly due to its exceptional combination of tropical fruits and flowers.

Many Chopard fragrances, such as the Happy Spirit, are accompanied by corresponding jewellery and watch designs, which is often reflected in the shape of the perfume bottles.