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Ted Lapidus PERFUME

Edmond "Ted" Lapidus was a Parisian designer born to Russian immigrant parents in 1929. The son of a tailor, Lapidus completed an apprenticeship with Christian Dior before launching his own brand in 1951, at age 22.
Lapidus joined the Chambre syndicale de la haute couture (the French high fashion designers' trade union) in 1963, after which he more fully came into his own.
Lapidus fashions offered a distinct unisex style that was...

Edmond "Ted" Lapidus was a Parisian designer born to Russian immigrant parents in 1929. The son of a tailor, Lapidus completed an apprenticeship with Christian Dior before launching his own brand in 1951, at age 22.
Lapidus joined the Chambre syndicale de la haute couture (the French high fashion designers' trade union) in 1963, after which he more fully came into his own.
Lapidus fashions offered a distinct unisex style that was much in-demand in the revolutionary 1960s. Lapidus designs often featured safari themes and military elements such as epaulettes on the shoulders. He is widely credited with helping to popularize blue jeans in mainstream fashion. Lapidus fashions were popular with influential stars of the day, including Twiggy, Alain Delon, Brigitte Bardot and the Beatles, in particular John Lennon. The white suit worn by Lennon on the cover of the Beatles album "Abbey Road" was designed by Lapidus. Lapidus persuaded Twiggy to don a suit and tie instead of her typical mini-skirts.
Lapidus is also notable for utilizing mass market production techniques, thereby making his fashions more affordable to the average consumer.
The Ted Lapidus brand expanded into accessories in the 1970s, as interest in haute couture began to fade. One of the earliest designers to form a partnership for the production of fragrances, Lapidus first collaborated with L'Oreal in 1970 to offer fragrances under the Ted Lapidus brand.
In 1989, Lapidus's son Oliver took over the house. In 2000, the Lapidus label officially ended its couture division and focused exclusively on accessories and fragrances. Ted Lapidus passed away in 2008.
Vu was the first fragrance, a men's scent which appeared in 1975 when the fragrance license was held by L'Oreal. The fragrance license for Ted Lapidus transferred to the Jacques Bogart Group in 1983.
Designer Ted Lapidus has 31 perfumes in our fragrance base. The earliest edition was created in 1975 and the newest is from 2016. Ted Lapidus fragrances were made in collaboration with perfumers Alexandra Carlin, Gerard Anthony, Roger Pellegrino, Pierre Bourdon, Martin Gras, Jean Jacques, Bernard Ellena, Maurice Roucel, Norbert Bijaoui and Francis Kurkdjian.


Alcazar
2010 for men
Altamir
2007 for men
Black Soul
2009 for men
Black Soul Imperial
2011 for men
Blueted
2004 for men
Creation
1984 for women
Creation
2011 for women
Creation de Minuit
2015 for women
Creation The Vert
2008 for women
Envol
1981 for women
Fantasme
1992 for women
Fou D`Elle
1997 for women
Lapidus Pour Homme
1987 for men
Lapidus Pour Homme Black Extreme
2012 for men
Lapidus Pour Homme Gold Extreme
2015 for men
Lapidus Pour Homme Sport
2015 for men
Lapidus Woman
2001 for women
Lovely Fantasme
2009 for women
Orissima
2016 for women
Pour Homme
1978 for men
Rumba
1989 for women
Rumba Passion
for women
Silk Way
2005 for women
Ted
1999 for men
TL Pour Elle
2003 for women
TL Pour Lui
2003 for men
Vu par Ted Lapidus
1975 for women
White Soul
2010 for women
White Soul Gold & Diamonds
2013 for women
Oud Collection
Oud Blanc
2014 for women and men
Oud Noir
2014 for women and men

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