The House of Worth was founded in Paris in 1858 by Charles Frederick Worth, who married his muse and passed the business on to his sons when he passed away in 1895. The first fragrance from Worth was the now discontinued Dans La Nuit, in 1924 (relaunched in 1985). Despite the fame and prestige of the House of Worth, they still only have seven fragrances in their range. The most recent is Worth Courtesan: although I disliked it on me, I admired it for its cleverness (Pierre Bourdon is clearly my nemesis when it comes to scent!)
This is a roundabout way of telling you that I bought three fragrances from Worth this week and will be reviewing them all. It is a combination of surprise, disappointment and intrigue.
Are you ready? Here we go.