Robert Piguet

Perfumes and fragrance by Robert Piguet

Robert Piguet fragrance and perfume list.

Robert Piguet fragrances: by Fashion Fragrances & Cosmetics Ltd. French fashion designer, Robert Piguet, opened his fashion house in 1933 (closed 1951), and his first fragrance, Bandit in 1944. Learn more

Robert Piguet Perfumes (by year launched)

  • 2015 - Oud Delice | Oud Divin
  • 2014 - Gardenia | V Incense
  • 2013 - Alameda | Bois Bleu | Knightsbridge | Rose Perfection
  • 2012 - Nouvelle Collection: Bois Noir | Casbah | Mademoiselle Piguet | Notes | Oud
    • Pacific Collection: Blossom | Chai | Jeunesse
    • Petit Fracas
  • 2011 - Douglas Hannant de Robert Piguet
  • 2010 - Calypso (relaunched, original 1950s)
  • 2009 - Futur (Aurelien Guichard; relaunched, original 1960s)
  • 2007 - Cravache (Men; relaunched)
    • Visa (Aurelien Guichard; relaunched)
  • 2006 - Baghari (Aurelien Guichard, relaunched)
  • 1996 - Fracas (Pierre Negrin; relaunched)
    • Bandit (relaunched)
  • 1963 - Cravache (Men; original)
  • 1950 - Baghari (Francis Fabron; original)
  • 1948 - Fracas (Germaine Cellier; original)
    • Visa (Germaine Callier; original)
  • 1944 - Bandit (Germaine Cellier; original; leather chypre)

Robert Piguet - perfume and fashion designer

Robert Piguet designer

About Robert Piguet
Acknowledged by peers, the women he dressed, and the press as "the most Parisian of fashion designers", Robert Piguet, while programmed to be a financier, was, in fact, destined to become one of the legendary figures of haute couture. Robert Piguet was born in Switzerland. At 17, in the face of heavy opposition from family, he left Yverdon for Paris where he found employment first with Redfern and later with Paul Poiret, his lifelong friend and quite possibly, the most influential designer in the history of haute couture. In 1933, having completed his training at two of the most important fashion houses of the Twentieth century, Piguet opened his own house in the Rue de Cirque. ... And...the fragrances, a contribution of unrivalled magnitude. It has been observed that Piguet's perfumes -- Bandit, Fracas and Baghari, "have a particular feel, very characteristic of his trademarks: strict adherence to good taste, true luxury, a horror of the commonplace and an innate sense of seduction" True classics of timeless beauty and value that endure far beyond season and trend. And so, although Robert Piguet closed his House in 1951 and died in 1953, all that he accomplished and lived for lives on in women who see and understand his enormous influence on contemporary fashion and its creators, and who surround themselves with the aura of Piguet's elegance and taste through the perfumes they wear and cherish as a personal signature of style.   (Source: robertpiguetparfums.com - 2013)

Contact Robert Piguet
Fashion Fragrances & Cosmetics, LTD. - 16 East 40th Street, NYC 10016
Tel. 212-725-5830 or 1-888-4-FRACAS
robertpiguetparfums..com

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