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Perfumes and fragrance by Coty

Coty fragrances: Coty is one of the world's largest perfume houses, founded by François Coty in 1904 in Paris. Coty was a creative genius at crafting and marketing perfumes. Learn more

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Coty fragrance and perfume list.


Coty - ex'cla.ma'tion Collection

Most are discontinued, other than the original.


Coty Perfumes (by year launched)

2008 - La Voce Renee Fleming
2007 - Exclamation Wild Musk
2006 - Desperate Housewives Forbidden Fruit | Exclamation Dance | L'Aimant Caresse d'Orchidee
2005 - Exclamation Star
2003 - Exclamation Play
2002 - Crossmen St. Andrews
2001 - Aspen Discovery
2000 - Toujours L'Aimant

2000s

1999 - Dulce Vanilla | Puzzle Friends
1998 - Dark Vanilla | Exclamation Noir | Roots for Her
1997 - Avatar | Nokomis | Puzzle
1996 - Celebrate | Exclamation Blush | Exclamation Dare | Exclamation Eau | Pret a Porter | Raw Vanilla for Men
1995 - Aspen | Chanson d'Eau | Ghost Myst | Ici | Jungle Gardnia | L'Aimant Fleur Rose | Route 66
1994 - Vanilla Musk
1993 - Eau Masumi | Exclamation Parfum | Vanilla Fields | Vanilla Fields Winter
1992 - Gravity | Truly Lace
1991 - Tribe
1990 - Preferred Stock

1990s
  • Chanson d'Air
  • Gravity Infinite
  • Gravity Pure
  • Gravity Zero
  • Pret a Porter Glamour Chic
  • Roots Spirit Man | Roots Spirit Woman
  • Roots Uniscent
  • Route 66 Colorado Rain
  • Toujours Masumi

1989 - Aspen for Men | Crossmen Original
1988 - Exclamation | Exclamation Femme | i by Exclamation | Fatale
1987 - L'Aimant Eternelle | Les Muses
1983 - Sand & Sable
1981 - Stetson (for all Stetson fragrances see the Stetson perfume house page)
1980 - Sophia by Sophia Loren
1976 - Smitty
1975 - Nuance
1974 - Coty Musk for Men
1973 - Complice
1972 - Wild Musk
1967 - Masumi
1965 - Imprevu
1946 - Muse
1941 - Muguet des Bois
1934 - A'Suma
1927 - L'Aimant
1922 - Paris
1921 - Emeraude
1917 - Chypre
1907 - L'Effleur
1906 - Jasmin de Corse
1905 - L'Origan
1904 - La Rose Jacqueminot


Coty - perfume house

Coty perfume display, 1966
Francois Coty

About Coty, Inc.
Coty, Inc. is a large fragrance company founded in 1904 by Corsican, François Spotumo (also known as Francois Coty, taking the Coty name from his mother's family name) in Paris, France. The Coty company produces fragrances, cosmetics, toiletries, and skin care products. They developed perfumes for celebrities such as Beyonce, Celine Dion, the Beckhams, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Shania Twain, the Olson Twins, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Jennifer Lopez. Their brands include Stetson, JOOP!, Rimmel, Vivienne Westwood, Balenciaga, Calvin Klein, Adidas, and Jovan, among others. In 2005 Coty acquired Unilver Cosmetics, in 2007 Del Labs, in 2010 Philosophy, and in 2011 Dr. Scheller Cosmetics, TJoy and OPI were acquired.

In 2015 Coty purchased 43 Procter & Gamble brands. Fragrance brand licenses were subject to licensor consent. Brands included Alexander McQueen, Bruno Banani, Christina Aguilera, CoverGirl, Dolce & Gabbana, Escada, Gabriela Sabatini, Gucci, Hugo Boss, James Bond 007, Lacoste, Max Factor, Mexx, and Stella McCartney.

Contact Coty
Headquarters - Two Park Ave, New York, NY 10016
Tel 1-212-479-4300 | coty.com

Shop for Coty perfumes: Walmart, Walgreens, Target


Fragrance Editorials


Coty Perfume editorial Allure Going Rogue
Allure - March 2017
Coty

The Fragrance Pro - Going Rogue
The most celebrated fragrances often inspire nostalgia. But perfumers themselves travel in a very different direction: They forge ahead, coaxing fresh ideas out of classic techniques. Take François Coty. Before the French perfumer arrived on the scene in the early twentieth century, many of his peers were wary of blending natural extracts with new synthetic molecules. But Coty went there and gave familiar notes unprecedented edge. He also made perfume widely available, selling it at reasonable prices, in bottles intended for display. Coty understood that fragrance can appeal to our collective nostalgia while still disrupting tradition. It's a recipe that transcends scent. Risk takers may fail on occasion, but the moments they succeed are the ones that make the world spin.

Rogue Perfumers:

(Kurkdjian, F. "The Fragrance Pro: Going Rogue." Allure Mar. 2017: 82)


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