Jimmy ChooI Want Choo Travel Spray

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0.34 oz.
Item #20119634
Experience a sense of desirability, confidence, and glamour with the Jimmy Choo I Want Choo fragrance for women in a travel size purse spray.
I Want Choo Eau de Parfum is a sparkling floral oriental fragrance infused with velvet peach and vanilla that gives way to a floral inflection of jasmine and red spider lily. A perfect accessory for a modern and glamourous woman.

Fragrance Family: Floral Oriental
Top Notes: Mandarin Juice, Velvet Peach
Middle notes: Red Spider Lily, Jasmine
Base Notes: Vanilla

About The Brand:
Jimmy Choo is a luxury lifestyle accessories brand, encompassing women and men's shoes, handbags, sunglasses, accessories, and fragrances. The company was founded in 1996 by Jimmy Choo, a couture shoemaker from London, and Tamara Mellon, a Vogue Accessories Editor. Together, they set out to fully accessorize and capture the hearts of women around the world, building a luxury brand with shoes at its core, and empowering a sense of glamour and a confident sense of style. A favorite of Hollywood celebrities, Jimmy Choo has become synonymous with the red carpet. Today, Jimmy Choo's niece, Sandra Choi, is Creative Director of the brand, overseeing its dynamic growth as one of the world's most treasured luxury brands. Fragrance is an essential extension of the brand, the final touch in fully accessorizing women or men.
DMS: 0075 331 CH017A05
Jimmy Choo is a leading global luxury brand with an empowered sense of glamour and a playfully daring spirit.

The brand traces its roots to a bespoke shoemaker named Jimmy Choo, based in the East End of London in the early 1990s, who catered to the global jet set, including Princess Diana. The Jimmy Choo company was founded in 1996, with Mr Choo’s niece, Sandra Choi, who had been heading up design in the East End atelier, coming on board as Creative Director, a position she holds to this day. Mr Choo departed the company in 2001.

The brand’s reputation as a celebrity favourite helped to fuel its rapid expansion. Its iconography was further defined by the bold and dramatic advertising portraying glamorous but strong women in towering heels and luxurious handbags, captured by some of the most acclaimed fashion photographers in the world.

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