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Ecusson: The First Perfume by Jean d'Albret

The perfume history of the perfume Ecusson began in 1947, when the crowned bottles first appeared in France. The perfume house Jean d'Albret was named after Jean d'Albret, King of Navarre (1469-1516). However, the advertisers for Ecusson told the story that this fragrance was presented to Jeanne d'Albret, Queen of Navarre, Jean's granddaughter, in 1570 - and since then the recipe has been care... Read full article: Ecusson: The First Perfume by Jean d'Albret from Fragrantica Perfumes and Cologn...
Tags: Fashion, France, Jean, Jeanne, Fragrantica Perfumes, Ecusson, Albret, Albret King of Navarre, Albret Queen of Navarre Jean


The Tangled Story of Casaque

Some perfumes fly under the radar, even in our past-reveling, nostalgizing era when everything old is new again and the price of retro fragrances skyrockets.  Casaque launched in 1951 by the firm Jean d'Albert, alongside Ecusson, "le parfum noble" (1948), and Princesse d'Albert, with the intriguing, yet a bit uncomprehensive, tagline "trois de plus grand parfums francais...and aussi de plus che... Read full article: The Tangled Story of Casaque from Fragrantica Perfumes and Colognes Magazine. ...
Tags: Fashion, Albert, Fragrantica Perfumes, Casaque, Jean d Albert, Ecusson, Princesse