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Thursday, July 17, 2014

Parfums De Luzy

De Luzy, established in 1917 at 5 rue Ybry, Neuilly (Seine), by Progalia SA .

In addition to perfumes and toilet waters, De Luzy also manufactured cosmetics such as their famous face cream, called Creme de Luzy which came out in 1925 and their fabulous face powder and rouge. However, the company spent most of its money on advertising and presentation and did not turn a profit. The company was liquidated in 1925.

Bourjois and Chanel perfumer Constantin Mikhailovich “Kot” Weriguine had interned at Parfums de Luzy, working under Claude Fraysse.

Italian artist Leonetto Cappiello (1875-1942) was the main graphic designer for de Luzy and Daver.

The perfumes of De Luzy:
  • 1919 Le Chypre de Luzy
  • 1919 Pourpre Antique
  • 1920 Le Feu
  • 1922 Ambre
  • 1922 Violette
  • 1922 Jasmin
  • 1922 Extrait de Lavande
  • 1925 Le Frais Jardin
  • 1925 L’Ambré
  • 1925 L’Œillet
  • 1925 La Rose
  • 1925 La Violette
  • 1925 Le Look
  • 1925 Le Lotus
  • 1925 Le Mimosa
  • 1925 Le Muguet

Le L'Oeillet by De Luzy. Photo courtesy of ebay seller scoubidou86.

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