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HISTORY OF PAUL SMITH FRAGRANCES

Paul Smith was born in 1946 in Nottingham, England. He got his start in the couture industry at age 18 while working as a gofer in a nearby clothing warehouse. All the while he worked; he saved his money and eventually opened up his own shop in 1970. He learned the art of design by taking night classes in tailoring. 

Continually to learn and grow, by 1976, Paul Smith had become a consultant to an Italian shirt maker and to the International Wool Secretariat. Later that same year, he introduced his first collection bearing his name in Paris.
 
A true rags-to-riches story, Paul Smith was made a CBE in 1994 and received the Queen's Award for Export the following year. The readers of GQ named him the Designer of the Year for four years in a row and on November 24, 2000, he was granted the ultimate honor of knighthood.

 

Paul Smith Fragrances – Perfumes

Paul Smith Perfume was introduced in 2000, followed two years later by Paul Smith Extreme for Women. Other bestselling Paul Smith perfumes include Paul Smith London for Women, Paul Smith Floral and 2007’s Paul Smith Rose.
 

Paul Smith Fragrances – Colognes

Paul Smith Cologne was likewise released in the year 2000 and it too was followed by Paul Smith Extreme for Men just two years later. Subsequent Paul Smith fragrances for men have included Paul Smith London for Men, Paul Smith Story and 2009’s Paul Smith Man.
 
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Paul Smith fragrances include: 

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Beauty Tips

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