Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Les Parfums Brajan

Les Parfums Brajan Parfums was established by Ernest Weil and Georges Levy-Say at 17 rue Saint-Florentine, Paris in 1926. The company launched a range of fragrances in the 1920’s and early 1930s.


The perfumes of Brajan:
  • 1925 Secret du Minuit
  • 1925 Matin Clair
  • 1925 Pois de Senteur
  • 1925 Zarella
  • 1925 Accordailles
  • 1925 Gervane
  • 1925 Manouche
  • 1926 Bouquet Brajan
  • 1927 Amour Supreme
  • 1927 Le Gardenia
  • 1927 Loukita
  • I’lle Merveilleuse
  • Bousquet d’Arjatti

Fashions of the Hour, 1926:
"Very top - Brajan's perfume , Zarella, in a smart black bottle with ivory stop, $ 27. Top right - a lightly etched red bottle contains the blend of Lionceau, Pour Blondes for $ 25. The starry little bottle of Dans la Nuit is in midnight blue, from Worth."

The Bermudian - Volume 29, 1958:
 "Many delightful scents by Christian Dior, Balmain, Balenciaga and Brajan."


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