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Friday, February 27, 2015

Feraud Pour Homme by Avon/Louis Feraud c1985

Feraud Pour Homme by Avon: launched in 1985. Avon launched Vivage and Feraud Pour Homme, two designer fragrances inspired by French couturier Louis Feraud, exclusively for Avon.





Apparently, this was discontinued and then relaunched and released in 1992 as Fer by Louis Feraud, minus the Avon affiliation.

So what does it smell like? It is classified as an aromatic fougere fragrance for men.

  • Top notes: lemon, bergamot, lavender
  • Middle notes: cardamom, applewood
  • Base notes: leather, patchouli, musk, oakmoss, cedar, vetiver


Feraud Pour Homme was originally available in the following products: cologne, after shave, deodorant & bar soap.


FIFI award winner in 1985 for Fragrance of the Year and Best Packaging of the Year for the Men's Popular fragrances.

Product Marketing for Beauty Industry Retailers & Manufacturers, 1985:
"Early this fall, Avon is planning to launch Vivage and Feraud Pour Homme, two designer fragrances inspired by French couturier Louis Feraud, exclusively for Avon. 


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