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Friday, December 19, 2014

Suzanne Talbot

J. Suzanne Talbot was a milliner from France. Her shop was located at 14 rue Royale in Paris.

During the late Victorian era she designed clothing and hats. She introduced perfumes around 1924. She drew her inspiration on her own name, and called her first perfumes "J", "S" and "T". Famous milliners Lilly Dache and Jeanne Lanvin were seamstresses for Talbot in the late 1890s and into the early 1900s.

The perfumes of J. Suzanne Talbot:
  • 1925 J
  • 1925 S
  • 1925 T

Suzanne. Established by Suzanne Perichon in Paris, France in c1920.

The perfumes of Suzanne:
  • 1924 Le Secret de Suzanne (an oriental perfume)
  • 1938 Tout de Suite (a dry, spicy floral perfume)
  • 1940 Fragrance of Lightning
  • 1940 Chaste 
  • 1946 Permettez Moi
  • 1947 Bright Christmas
  • 1952 Beau Catcher (sold under the Vigny name as well) (a spicy bouquet perfume)
  • Tempestuous Perfume

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