2010 February 3
Adieu to CREED's Vintage Tabarome
Creed is pulling its beloved fragrance Vintage Tabarome from the shelves for good--but not without a little bang. On March 9th, fifty bottles total will be offered to lucky clients on the brand's website and at its Madison Avenue boutique. The brand has opted to halt production of Vintage Tabarome, which was created by Henry Creed in 1875, because the quality and quantity of the natural ingredients no longer meet the standards of the Creed family. In other words, darlings, this is your very last chance to stock up. We suggest befriending a salesperson immediately. THE DETAILS: $405 for 1.7 oz shatterproof bottle wrapped in caramel embossed leather, CreedBoutique.com
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