Only John Galliano could have thought of distilling the favourite aroma of couturiers and fashionistas into a fragrance: The smell of a steaming hot iron pressing into the finest fabrics at a designer’s studio. Simply entitled Le Parfum No. 1 by John Galliano, the stunning bottle holds a theatrical, violety bouquet that holds amber in patchouli in the base notes. The perfume is crafted like one of Galliano’s dresses – in several layers. Some are see-through, lacey and fragile, others dark and heavy. In the end they combine to create an elixir that’s perfect for women who rebel by playing with several styles, creating their own signature by combining classic chic with fashion rebellion.