Laura Biagiotti

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Laura Biagiotti (also known as The Queen of Cashmere) can confidently be called an icon in the fashion and fragrance world. After school, her interests initially focused on archaeology... Read more
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Laura Biagiotti (also known as The Queen of Cashmere) can confidently be called an icon in the fashion and fragrance world. After school, her interests initially focused on archaeology and literature. However, Laura Biagiotti left university after three years to support her mother in her sewing shop. This gave the Italian her first insight into the world of fashion, which immediately thrilled her.

The designer was always interested in high-quality, elegant but everyday fashion. In the 1970s, for example, she also designed collections for women above size 34, and Laura Biagiotti also created the cashmere collection. In the mid-1980s, the creations were extended from women's fashion to other areas. From then on, the brand "Laura Biagiotti" also had clothes for kids and teenagers, as well as sports, casual and jeans fashion in its portfolio.

Although Laura Biagiotti was a busy woman, she still found time to create a number of exquisite fragrances for men and women. Especially between 1982 and 1995, fragrances (citrus, floral, woody, sweet) with euphonious names such as "Fiori Bianchi di Laura" (1982), "Biagiotti Uomo" (1990) or "Venezia" (1992) appeared continuously.

Some of the fragrances of the brand "Laura Biagiotti '' are cult among experts today, but this may be partly due to the original flacons. In terms of design, color and shape, the glass bottles like to be a little playful and surprise continuously. A classic among the Biagiotti flacons and world-famous is undoubtedly the series "Roma", whose bottle is modeled on a temple with columns.
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