The first majorly successful unisex fragrance. Introduced in 1994, CK One is the work of noses Alberto Morillas and Harry Fremont. American fashion house Calvin Klein released the fragrance with a cutting-edge marketing campaign complete with gender-ambiguous models and a bold “One for All” slogan. Years later this refreshing citrus aromatic continues to intrigue.
Top notes of crisp bergamot, juicy pineapple and fleshy papaya melt into a floral heart heavy in romantic rose, jasmine and violet. A touch of nutmeg gives way to a base of erotic musk and dewy amber.