Just after the French Revolution, Pierre Francois Lubin founded his Perfume House, at rue Sainte Anne in Paris. He provided perfumed ribbons, ball masks and ride powders to the ‘Incroyables” and “Merveilleuses”. His most famous creation however was the “Eau Vivifiante” later called “Eau de Lubin”.
The fragrance soon won him the favour of the Imperial court.
Today some special attention to these 3 Lubin fragrances.
Figaro; “An aromatic, green, woody chypre”
L’eau neuve; “Cool breeze and simply keynote”
Inédite; “A fresh but sweet, spicy “floriental” fragrance”