Clive Christian No. 1 Perfume Spray
Billed as "the world's most expensive perfume," this spritzer is permitted to use the royal crown in its design by decree of Queen Victoria in 1872. A mix of rare ingredients like crystallized Tahitian vanilla and ancient Indian sandalwood contribute to the sticker shock, but it hasn't scared off the A-list clientele. Sir Elton John has used it to scent his famous White Tie & Tiara Ball, and Katie Holmes chose it to wear on her wedding day.