If the history of European monarchies smells of something, it would be precisely Lubin. Your Creator, Pierre-François Lubin grew up as a disciple of the queen's personal provider Marie Antoinette, who during the revolution of 1789 received the packages through the young apprentice. During the 19th century, its perfumes fascinated the Empress Josephine, wife of Bonaparte. It also becomes the official supplier of the King of England, George IV, in 1823 of the Great Tsar of Russia Alexander I and in 1834 from the royal court of France.
After daring to cross the pond to the US at the beginning of the 20th century, flow to the rhythm of the 20s and persevere To stay afloat after the world wars, Lubin has managed to maintain the prestige it enjoyed in its old glory days. The Maison remains faithful to the ideals of its founder, creating original and quality perfumes that continue to fascinate regardless of the date of history.