Henry Rose, the creator of the world famous perfume Henry Rose—whose name translates to “love in love”—was born in 1947.
He is the creator and owner of the Rose Collection, the first fragrance to be designed by Henry Rose and released in France in 1959.
Rose is best known for the fragrance, which he co-created with the British artist Henry Bewley, with whom he collaborated on a number of other fragrances.
The French artist’s works often evoke the romantic, romanticizing atmosphere of early twentieth-century French society.
The scent, for example, evokes the romanticism of the 1920s with the smell of flowers and rose bushes.
The perfume was initially created to evoke the feeling of a lover’s love, which is an appealing quality for a man who was born in the 1920’s.
Rose’s first scent, which was a dupe for the famous “Gloria” perfume, had a more subtle effect.
The fragrance, created by Rose and Bewly, was meant to evoke love in the context of a romantic relationship.
The fragrance rose and rose rose bushes, made with rosewood, were inspired by the idea of a person looking for a perfect match, and rosewood has been used in perfumery for centuries.
Rose has continued to produce fragrands with the same themes, although these are no longer made with roses.
They are made with other woods, such as rose petals and saffron.
Rose is one of the few designers who has consistently released a fragrance in the fragrance category.