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Thursday, August 6, 2015

Louis D'Or

Louis D'Or produced their own versions of popular perfumes of the 1960s and 1970s. The company was located in Northridge, California and not imported from France as some of its advertisements claimed.

Oftentimes you can tell what the Louis D'Or fragrance is trying to copy by looking at the the style of font or colors on the label. For instance, his Tattoo perfume's label is very similar to the one used for Tabu by Dana,

  • Tattoo = Tabu by Dana
  • Eternal Love =
  • Apogee= Arpege by Lanvin
  • Lanpege = Arpege by Lanvin
  • Golden Louis = White Shoulders
  • Chandelle = Chanel No. 5 or Chantilly
  • I'm Loved =
  • Amour = Arpege by Lanvin
  • Ceil = Shalimar
  • D'Or =
  • Bahama Mama = 
  • Mademsiselle = Ma Griffe by Carven
  • Reve = Chanel No. 5
  • Mystique = Aphrodisia by Faberge
  • Hiver = 
  • Automne =
  • Ete =
  • Promises Promises =
  • French Cargo =
  • French Accent = 
  • French Dream = 
  • Erotica = 
  • Hair =
  • Fujiyama = 
  • Russian Leather = 
  • Pongo Pongo =
  • Mistletoe = Youth Dew by Estee Lauder
  • Zorba =
  • August Moon =
  • Madame Louberry/Loubarry 
  • Christian = an imitation of a Christian Dior fragrance, probably Miss Dior

Loubarry was originally a name for a perfume, but was coincidentally also the name of a secondary company brand used by Louis D'Or.

Perfumes under the Loubarry name:
  • Geisha Joy

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