Proving that a lack of qualifications and experience is no barrier to label success is UK-based fashion house Ghost, created by former model Tanya Sarne and friend Katharine Hamnett.
After years working on catwalks, Sarne turned her hand to design in 1985 and instantly created a strong following thanks to the attention she put on the fit of her garments. The success of her clothes easily transferred into fragrance success when Ghost Perfume was launched in collaboration with Procter and Gamble in Harvey Nichols, Selfridges and Liberty stores in 1995. Between then and now, Ghost Captivating perfume, Ghost Enchanted Bloom, Ghost Anticipation and Ghost Cherish have all gone on to fly off the shelves in the UK.
For men, Ghost Man is the only option and it’s a goodie. Created by Pierre Bourdon, Ghost Man is spicy at first before taking on a sweeter scent over time (thanks to the anise).
Ghost fragrances are elegant yet contemporary, innovative yet classic and a must have in any fragrance lover’s collection.