First Edition

First Edition Feel Free

Eau-de-parfum for him

First Edition individual fragrances can tell your story without words. Create your own freedom island, where you are the one who decides what is important. Feel Free is a light and fresh citrus scent, which makes your dreams come true.

Size: 50 ml

Made in France

1328 MDL
!The item is available for a pre-order. You can place the order now and receive the item when it arrives to the office. Estimated delivery date - 08.07.2022.

FIRST EDITION is the selective perfume line, exclusively developed by French perfumers. Feel Free is a light and fresh citrus scent. 

Initial notes: bergamot, lemon, grapefruit. 

Key notes: lavender, pepper, salvia, green apple. 

Base notes: cedar, patchouli, woody notes, moss, grey amber. 


  • Those, who appreciate individuality.
  • Those, who love being different every day, but still stay themselves.
  • Those, who choose something special for themselves.

What is selective perfumery? Selective perfumery is exclusive perfumery, which is defined by:

  • Rare and quality ingredients, combined by professionals from Grass - world’s perfume capital. Every composition contains nearly 100 components put together in a single harmonious blend.
  • Extraordinary, complex and unique fragrances. Fragrance is the key to connection between people. A perfume’s fragrance can be perceived variously on different people, being an emphasis of one’s individuality. Same ingredients can compose different blends, depending on a person, season, temperature or humidity. But nevertheless, it always leaves a rich and pleasant sillage.
  • A sillage is something, that creates an impression, attraction and stays in memory. A beautiful sillage is what distinguishes selective perfumery from mass-produced. Sillage or base notes are usually not perceived until 20-50 minutes after application. First Edition fragrances have long-lasting, full-bodied and unique waft.


Once asked where to use perfume, Coco Chanel responded: “Wherever you want to be kissed”.

One should wear perfume on a wrist, an earlobe, an elbow crease, neck or interclavicular ligament.

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