The House of Herrera is defined by the iconic style and effortless sophistication of its founder Carolina Herrera, launching Carolina Herrera New York in 1981, followed by the lifestyle line CH Carolina Herrera in 2001. When Carolina Herrera decided to create her first fragrance, “the invisible accessory,” as she memorably put it, she turned to Puig. Carolina Herrera Eau de Parfum, a jasmine-tuberose accord that ideally mirrored the designer’s aesthetic, was released in 1988. It was a great success, the first of many for Puig and Carolina Herrera. In 1997 Carolina A. Herrera, the founder’s daughter, joined as Creative Director for the brand’s fragrance division. Over the years, the label’s perfume business has expanded to include more than 20 fragrances, sold in some 100 countries worldwide.