By Chanel, Chanel No.5 Although it was Ernest Beaux's sixth effort to make it, it ended up being Coco Chanel's lucky number. Every 30 seconds, a bottle of Chanel No. 5, which was first introduced in 1921, is sold worldwide.
Guerlain's Shalimar When it was introduced as the first perfume belonging to the oriental olfactory family in 1925, it was a revolution. The aroma is accompanied with a beautiful homage to the Taj Mahal and the Shalimar Gardens.
by Jean Paul Gaultier, "Classique" This 1993 perfume has become a modern classic because to its instantly identifiable shape, cunning composition, and fresh sweet aroma.
Thierry Mugler's Angel Since its introduction in 1992, "Angel" has enjoyed popularity because to its star-shaped container, unique shade of blue, and delicious scent that nearly tempts you to devour it.
from Calvin Klein, Euphoria "Euphoria" has been popular since 2005. It keeps selling in the millions because to its futuristic style and oriental flowery aroma.