There’s no doubt that you look great as you fly from destination to destination on your private jet vacation. But, does your scent match your lifestyle? The high-life is all about first impressions, and the following luxury fragrances will help make sure that you dazzle all the senses:
Founded a quarter century ago by the Sultanate of Oman, the scents offered by Amouge reflect the sweet and spicy traditions of the founder’s Middle Eastern culture. The Sultanate’s goal is to create the most opulent fragrances in the world for the most discerning customers. To this end, the Amouage House hired French perfumer Guy Robert, who is renowned for his work with Hermes, Dior and Chanel. No expense is spared in the making of Amouage fragrances, which include rare ingredients like silver frankincense and over 100 natural essential oils. In addition to the classic Amouage Gold fragrance for men and women, the collection also includes Memoir, Interlude, Honour, the Library Collection, Lyric and Epic. (http://www.amouage.com/)
Making the world’s most expensive perfume, Christian Clive took over the British Crown Perfumery in 1999. The Perfume House was already was well known for its signature crown logo, and Christian Clive revived its values by enhancing the fragrances with the “most precious natural ingredients from the corners of the British Empire.” Consequently, Christian Clive’s vision led to making of the No 1 Perfume in the Definitive Collection, the most expensive perfume in the world. This fragrance features Indian jasmine, Tahitian vanilla, rose, sandalwood and mandarin in a crystal bottle that’s set with brilliant-cut diamonds and the signature Queen Victoria-inspired stopper. The No 1 Perfume is also available in limited edition luxe bottles. (http://clive.com/en/perfume/page/slideshow)
In honor of the Art Nouveau glass and jewelry artist, René Jules Lalique, the Lalique family continues the tradition of creating stunning jewelry, chandeliers, hood ornaments and couture perfume bottles. When François Coty hired Lalique in 1905 to create bottles for his signature scents, the world was introduced to the idea of perfume as art. In 1992, the Lalique family revived its artistic bottle-making production, using the René’s original works as inspiration, and filled the vessels with their own fragrances for men and women. The Lalique fragrances are as alluring as the crystal falcons in which they come. The numbered and signed limited edition falcons feature amethyst and dragonfly toppers, the carved figures of Aphrodite, the Buddah, a scorpion and an eagle, as well as miniature mural-like pieces of art carved into the crystal. (http://www.lalique.com/en_US)
With scents created by master perfumers Annie Buzantian and Roja Dove, Puredistance is an independent company that offers four exclusive fragrances in its Master Collection that you can only find in a few specialty stores around the word. The scents created by the New York and London Master Perfumers are handmade to ensure quality, and blend timelessness with modern elegance to embrace the luxury of premium, simplistic design. The company’s signature scent, Puredistance I, embodies understated elegance with tangerine blossom top notes, magnolia heart scents and a sweet white musk and amber base. (http://www.puredistance.com/)
What is your go-to scent? Is it the same one that you pack in your private jet travel kit?
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Solairus Aviation is headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area and has over twenty-five base locations across the United States and Europe. Solairus is an Aviation Research Group/US Platinum-rated charter operator with a fleet of over 50 managed aircraft. After completion of an intense operations and safety systems audit, the ARG/US Platinum rating has only been awarded to 5% of the world’s charter operators that have demonstrated that their procedures meet or exceed industry “Best Practices” in all phases. Solairus has also received the NBAA Commercial Business Flying Safety Award and is an IS-BAO certified company. Solairus offers a full range of services in addition to aircraft management, which includes aircraft charter sales, aviation support services, and consulting. For more information about Solairus Aviation, visit www.solairusaviation.com or call 800-359-7861.