The House of Creed was founded in England in 1760. It supplied the English Court with custom tailored clothing, scented leather gloves, and commissioned fragrances. In 1854 the House of Creed relocated to Paris.
President John F. Kennedy wore Creed’s Vetiver fragrance and in 1985 Creed brought celebrity fragrances into the mainstream with the fresh fougère fragrance Green Irish Tweed, an eau de parfum composed by Olivier Creed.
With a heritage like that, you expect only the best and only the best is good enough for you.