Gianfranco Ferre perfumes and colognes


Country: Italy
Main activity: Fashion
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Parent company: ITF Cosmetics

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Gianfranco Ferré was an Italian designer who earned the nickname "the Architect of Fashion," both for his designs and for his background as an Architect. Born in Legnano, Italy, Ferré earned an architecture degree at Politecnico di Milano, but began working almost immediately in the fashion industry. First an accessories designer, then later a designer of raincoats, Ferré branched out to women's fashions with the formation of his own company, Baila, in 1974. His first signature women's collection was shown in 1978, with a men's collection following in 1982 and haute couture debuting in 1986. He was appointed Stylistic Director of Christian Dior in 1989, and split his time between Paris and his own fashion house in Milan. He would remain with Dior until 1997, when he returned to exclusively designing fashions under his own name.

The connection between architecture and fashion design expressed itself in Ferré's designs via their rigid structures and clean lines. He is most famous for his crisp white shirts, simple but elegantly embellished with layered cuffs or ruffles. Ferré furthered the connection between architecture and fashion by joining the Domus Academy, a Milan-based post-graduate school for design, as a founding professor of its Department of Fashion Design.

Ferré won the prestigious Occhio d'Oro ("Golden Eye") fashion award for Best Italian Designer six times, and his first haute couture collection for Dior received the De D'Or ("Golden Thimble") award.

Ferré offered clothing under the labels of Gianfranco Ferré (women's), Ferré (ready-to-wear for men and women, formerly known as the "White Label"), GF Ferré (sporty fashions for younger men and women), Ferré Milano (casual wear) and Gianfranco Ferré Fragrances.

The company's first fragrance, Gianfranco Ferre for Women, was issued in 1984. Many of the fragrances feature Gianfranco, Ferré or Gianfranco Ferré as part of the name.

Gianfranco Ferré passed away in 2007 at just 62 years old and at the height of his career. The fashion house continues under the current Creative Directors, Stefano Citron and Federico Piaggi. The fragrance license is held by ITF Cosmetics and fragrances continue to be produced under the Ferré brand.

Designer Gianfranco Ferre has 24 perfumes in our fragrance base. The earliest edition was created in 1984 and the newest is from 2011. Gianfranco Ferre fragrances were made in collaboration with perfumers Mark Buxton, Pierre Bourdon, Alexandra Jouet, Francis Kurkdjian, Karine Dubreuil, Maurice Roucel, Jean-Charles Niel, Michele Saramito, Olivier Polge and Alienor Massenet.

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perfume 20 For Woman 20 For Woman
1998 for women

perfume Acqua Azzurra Acqua Azzurra
2008 for men

perfume Essence d’eau Essence d’eau
2003 for women

perfume Ferre Ferre
1984 for women

perfume Ferre by Ferre Ferre by Ferre
1991 for women

perfume Ferre eau de parfume Ferre eau de parfume
2005 for women

perfume Ferre for Men Ferre for Men
2006 for men

perfume Ferre Rose Ferre Rose
2007 for women

perfume Ferré Rose Princesse Ferré Rose Princesse
2008 for women

perfume GF Ferre Bluemusk GF Ferre Bluemusk
2007 for women and men

perfume GF Ferre Lei-Her GF Ferre Lei-Her
2004 for women

perfume GF Ferre Lui-Him GF Ferre Lui-Him
2004 for men

perfume GFF Donna GFF Donna
1998 for women

perfume GFF Uomo GFF Uomo
1998 for men

perfume Gianfranco Ferre Gianfranco Ferre
1984 for women

perfume Gianfranco Ferre Bergamotto Marino Gianfranco Ferre Bergamotto Marino
2005 for women and men

perfume Gieffeffe Gieffeffe
1995 for women and men

perfume In The Mood For Love In The Mood For Love
2009 for women

perfume Pontaccio 21 Pontaccio 21
2000 for men

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