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Karl Lagerfeld Classic Fragrances

Known for his works as a fashion designer, artist and photographer, Karl Lagerfeld has been an institution in the fashion industry. He is the current head designer of Chanel. His works, from the collaboration with major fashion houses to his own fashion line, have left a significant impact on the industry. Karl Lagerfeld has made a name for himself and he has also placed his brand on his collection of Karl Lagerfeld Classic eau de toilette. In 1983, he followed it up with fragrances for women, which became popular during the 1990’s. Since then, the Lagerfeld Classic fragrances are always the top of its line. With its newest addition launched this year, Karl Lagerfeld perfumes continue to be a favourite in the fragrance world.

For Men

Lagerfeld Classic for men was the first perfume launched for Lagerfeld’s fragrance collection. The newest addition to his fragrance collection is the 2017 Bois de Vetiver. Men have loved his classic collection since the beginning because of its musky and masculine smell. The best part is that it is long-lasting.

For Women

After the successful launch of his perfume, Karl Lagerfeld has added yet another one. This time, it is for all women. His first line of fragrances for women is the KL, released way back in 1983. It was then followed by the iconic fragrance Sun Moon Stars in 1994. Today, his newest addition to women fragrances is the Fleur de Pecher. Women particularly love its classic fragrance and its sexy scent.

Wearing Perfume the Right Way

Wearing your perfume the right way may add an extra few hours for the scent to stay, giving you a long-lasting effect. First, you have to hold it at least 5-7 inches away from your body, with the nozzle facing your direction. Next, spray your perfume on the pulse points of your body. It means applying it not only onto your wrists but also behind the earlobes, above collarbones and at the base of your throat. Do not rub. After applying, let your pulse points dry for at least 10 minutes. When it is dry, you are now ready to go.

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