Alfred Dunhill perfumes and colognes


Country: United Kingdom
Main activity: Accessories
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Parent company: Inter Parfums

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Alfred Dunhill is a British design house specializing in men's clothing, luxury goods and accessories. The business began when Alfred Dunhill, just 21 years of age, took over his father's saddlery business, in 1893. The automobile was an exciting new piece of technology being developed at the time, and Dunhill transformed the saddlery into an automobile accessories store. Among the company's first offerings were such non-standard (at the time) accoutrements as horns, lamps and dashboard clocks. Dunhill also made leather overcoats, goggles and other accessories for drivers.

In 1907, another business transformation took place when Duhill opened a tobacco shop, followed in 1910 by his own pipe factory. The company's pipes are distinguished by their trademarked "White Spot." Tobacco proved a more successful venture for the company and allowed for expansion with shops in Paris and New York.

Lighters have been an important staple in the Dunhill stock. Dunhill was the first company to develop a lighter that could be operated with one hand. The company's distinct Rollagas butane lighter was launched in the 1950s. A special gunmetal edition of this lighter was produced by Dunhill for use in the James Bond film, "Dr. No." Dunhill also began manufacturing its own cigarette brand in 1963.

The Dunhill shopping experience is designed to delight the male luxury goods consumer from start to finish. The retail stores are known as "Homes," and allow the shopper to purchase clothing, luxury accessories and fine wines, followed by a haircut in the onsite barbershop, with a spa treatment to pass time while waiting for the next film to begin in the screening room.

Dunhill revitalized its brand in 2005, introducing its luxury products to a new generation of customers and reaffirming the importance of menswear to the brand by the appointment of its first-ever Creative Director, Kim Jones.

Dunhill fragrances, like the brand's other products, are designed for the male luxury consumer. The company has produced just one female fragrance to date—2001's Desire. The first men's fragrance under the brand was offered in 1934, the original Dunhill for Men.

Designer Alfred Dunhill has 22 perfumes in our fragrance base. Alfred Dunhill is an old perfume house. The earliest edition was created in 1934 and the newest is from 2016. Alfred Dunhill fragrances were made in collaboration with perfumers Gerard Anthony, Philippe Romano, Michel Almairac, Maurice Roucel, Alain Astori, Michel Girard, Frank Voelkl and Carlos Benaim.

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perfume 51.3 N 51.3 N
2009 for men

perfume Blend 30 Blend 30
1978 for men

perfume Custom Custom
2011 for men

perfume D D
1996 for men

perfume Desire Black Desire Black
2014 for men

perfume Desire Blue Desire Blue
2002 for men

perfume Desire for a Man Desire for a Man
2000 for men

perfume Desire for a Woman Desire for a Woman
2001 for women

perfume Desire Silver Desire Silver
2015 for men

perfume Dunhill Dunhill
2003 for men

perfume Dunhill Black Dunhill Black
2008 for men

perfume Dunhill Burgundy Dunhill Burgundy
From decade: 1980 for men

perfume Dunhill Edition Dunhill Edition
1984 for men

perfume Dunhill for Men Dunhill for Men
1934 for men

perfume Dunhill Fresh Dunhill Fresh
2005 for men

perfume Dunhill London Dunhill London
2008 for men

perfume Dunhill Pure Dunhill Pure
2006 for men

perfume Dunhill Pursuit Dunhill Pursuit
2006 for men

perfume X-Centric X-Centric
2001 for men

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perfume Icon Icon
2015 for men

perfume Icon Elite Icon Elite
2016 for men

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