Just after the French Revolution, Pierre François Lubin founded his perfume house and began to provide the luxury-loving "Incroyables" (Incredibles) and their female counterparts, the "Merveilleuses" (Marvellous) with perfumed ribbons, ball masks and rice powders. His most famous creation "Eau Vivfiante" (later called "Eau de Lubin") soon won Lubin the favour of the Imperial court.
Thanks to Empress Joséphine and Princess Borghèse, Lubin's renown began. When the Bourban monarchy was restored, Lubin dedicated his fragrances to Queen Marie-Amélie and the crowned heads of Europe began to trust him. Among Lubin's documents, the Coat of Arms of France, the King of England and the Russian Tsar are proudly displayed. Lubin was soon the first perfumer maker to conquer the New World in 1830 so he added the American Eagle to his list. His fragrances soon became famous all over the world.
Lubin's figurative, impressionist fragrances drew inspiration from faraway countries that the Western would welcomed with wonder. The heroes of the time were navigators, archaeologists and explorers. In his own way, Lubin brought knowledge of distant and fascinating horizons to the West.
Today, Lubin still offers perfumes of the highest creativity and quality - that will continue to enchant generations to come.