Geoffrey Beene

Geoffrey Beene

Geoffrey Beene Designer History:
Born in Haynesville, Louisiana on August 30 the year 1927, Geoffrey Beene went on to follow the Traphagen School of Fashion. After graduating he developed his profession as a designer in New York and Paris at fashion houses including Teal Traina and Harmay. In 1963, he launched his own business, Geoffrey Beene Inc., and was fairly swiftly outfitting famous people and public influencers like Pat Nixon, Nancy Reagan, Lady Bird Johnson, Faye Dunaway and Glenn Close that gave a great boost to his reputation.

Beene was famous for creating organized and structured clothing styles that were by no means stiff or hard and for his innovative simultaneous application of traditional and luxurious materials. His fashion and design career extends well over the course 4 decades and in 1995, Beene was awarded by Fashion Group International with a nomination for ‘Designer of the Century and Beyond’. He passed away on September 28, 2004 because of health problems that occurred from pneumonia.

Geoffrey Beene Fragrance History:
Geoffrey Beene actually created in person his very first fragrance, and at the time was among the earliest designer colognes for gentlemen - the stylish, innovative Grey Flannel, that was presented in 1976. Additional aromas developed with the Geoffrey Beene label feature a fruity floral with notes of spice and woods Chance Geoffrey Beene in 1994 and four years later the sharp, green floral Geoffrey Beene Perfume in 1998. Men’s fragrances in the collection are classic Grey Flannel from 1976, Bowling Green from 1987 and Eau de Grey Flannel introduced in 1996.

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