Old Perfumes From The 60s
The 1960s was a decade of social and cultural change, and the perfume industry was no exception. Prior to the 60s, perfumes were largely seen as luxury items that were reserved for the wealthy elite. However, as the decade progressed, a new wave of affordable fragrances flooded the market, making them accessible to the masses. This period saw the rise of some of the most iconic fragrances of all time, many of which are still available today.
OLD PERFUMES FROM THE 60S
Paco Rabanne Calandre
Calandre by Paco Rabanne is a modern-style fragrance from the 1960. It is a unisex fragrance that combines citrus and spice notes with a hint of leather.
- Year launched: 1969
- Top notes: Opens with Bergamot, Green Notes, and Aldehydes
- Middle notes: At the heart of the fragrance lies Jasmine, Geranium, Orris, Rose, and Lilyofthevalley
- Base notes: At the base, Amber, Sandalwood, Vetiver, Musk, and Oakmoss
Aramis by Aramis
Aramis was introduced in 1966 with the help of perfumer Bernard Chant. This classic cologne is renowned for its strong and masculine scent, as well as its woody, leathery, and patchouli-forward profile. The fragrance is a true male classic that dates back to the peak of the 1960s.
- Top notes: Opens with Gardenia, Bergamot, Thyme, Clover, Artemisia, Myrrh, and Aldehydes
- Middle notes: At the heart of the fragrance lies Orris Root, Cardamom, Jasmine, Sage, and Patchouli
- Base notes: At the base, Coconut, Amber, Sandalwood, Vetiver, Musk, Oakmoss, and Leather
Caleche by Hermes
Caleche is a feminine fragrance that was created by renowned perfumer Guy Robert. Though it has been reformulated a couple times, it is still popular today and is considered one of the best fragrances for women by Hermes.
- Year Launched: 1961
- Top notes: Opens with Bergamot, Mandarin, Ornge,, Lemon, Orange Blossom, Neroli. Cypress, and Aldehydes
- Middle notes: At the heart of the fragrance lies Lilyofthevalley, Iris, Ylanylang, Rose, Jasmine, and Gardenia
- Base notes: At the base, Tonka Bean, Musk, Amber, Cedar, Sandalwood, Oakmoss, and Vetiver
Alyssa Ashley Musk is a classic fragrance that has been popular since its launch. It is a floral woody musk fragrance that is suitable for both men and women. The scent is so iconic that it is impossible to talk about Musk without thinking about Alyssa Ashley.
- Year Launched: 1969
- Top notes: Opens with Bergamot
- Middle notes: At the heart of the fragrance lies Ylanylang, Rose, Jasmine, and Geranium
- Base notes: At the base, Tonka Bean, Iris, and Oakmoss
Brut by Faberge
Brut is a really luxurious scent that evokes the wealthy, experienced spirit of a dignified gentleman. It's a definite classic even though it could seem a little antiquated – just due to the nostalgia element.
- Year Launched: 1968
- Top notes: Opens with Lemon, Bergamot, Basil, Anise, and Lavender
- Middle notes: At the heart of the fragrance lies Ylang Ylang, Jasmine, and Geranium
- Base notes: At the base, Vanilla, Sandalwood, Tonka Bean, Vetiver, Patchouli, and Oakmoss
Despite being created over 50 years ago, many of the perfumes from the 1960s continue to be popular today. They have become classics in their own right, and have stood the test of time due to their unique and captivating scents. The iconic fragrances of the 1960s have inspired countless other perfumes over the years, and continue to influence the world of fragrance to this day.
While some of the old perfumes from the 60s are no longer in production, many of them can still be found today. Vintage perfume stores, online auction sites, and specialty retailers are all great places to look for these classic fragrances. It is worth noting, however, that some vintage perfumes may have lost some of their potency over time, so it's important to take that into consideration when purchasing them.
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