During the reign of Louis XVIII “Le Désiré”, France was under a tense political climate. In the Parisian salons, guests were discussing, debating and bringing new ideas to a reality, against the school of thought of the Monarchy, while women were secretly breaking the codes in their “Boudoir”.
In his laboratory, Edmond Coudray was an “avant-gardiste”. This chemist and doctor began producing precious soaps, ointments and balms for the Royal Courts of England, Italy, Africa, Austria, Portugal, Brazil and Russia. His creations were so successful that he became the official provider to many crowned heads, such as Queen Victoria of English, to whom he dedicated one of his creations “Queen Victoria Perfume”.
However, Edmond Coudray succeeded in creating perfumes for all kinds of women. He knew how to respond to the needs of femininity and beauty of the women in refined material, luxury and beauty. Edmond Coudray was a pioneer in the world of fragrances, and his formulas remain safeguarded in their archives.
In 1960, he ventured into bath and body, which to this day, still seduces women from all over the world, with the vintage design and pure seductive scents.