Ernest and Félicie created the great women’s fragrances, such as NARCISSE NOIR in 1911, N’AIMEZ QUE MOI in 1917, TABAC BLOND in 1919, EN AVION in 1932 and FLEURS DE ROCAILLE in 1933.
In 1934, they launched the iconic POUR UN HOMME, the first men’s fragrance. It showcases a typical ingredient loved by men: Lavender. Combined with a gourmand vanilla, the contrasting accord makes for a unique trail.
The creative audacity of Ernest Daltroff is also expressed through exceptional powders scented with Bulgarian Rose. In 1906, with the POMPON POUDRE, a patented product, the House also invented a new and ingenious technique that allowed women to apply their powder sparingly, at any time of the day.