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Monday, July 14, 2014

Parfums Loulette, Mme. Rabasse & The House of Fragrance Perfumes

Parfums Loulette of Paris.  Mme A Rabasse  purchased the company around 1930.  An unknown  fragrance was launched in 1937. I believe that Mme. Rabasse's perfumery was bought out in 1930 by The House of Fragrance, who also came out with a Femme Divine perfume in the same bottle as Loulette.

The perfumes of Parfums Loulette:

  • 1925 Mimosa
  • 1919 Femme Divine

Mme. Rabasse perfumes:

  • 1930 Femme Divine
  • 1930 Hollywood Star Life, pour brunes
  • 1930 Hollywood Nite Life, pour blondes
  • 1930 La Foret Embaumée
  • 1930 Laurore
  • 1930 Loulette
  • 1930 Mon Secret
  • 1930 Monte Carlo

The perfumes of The House of Fragrance:

  • 1930 Fidelwood
  • 1930 Femme Divine
  • 1930 Hibiscus
  • 1930 Lily
  • 1930 Wild Jasmine
  • 1930 Corsage

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