In the early years of the 17th century, as the demand rose for strong, heady fragrances and world imports gained momentum, the Marquis Frangipani thought up the recipe for a balm for perfuming leather gloves and shoes. His immediate success prompted Spanish and Italian perfumers to settle in Paris. Salons offering perfumed gloves emerged across France, cementing the master glove-makers and perfumers corporation. 18th century improvements of scent-extracting techniques led the profession to lean towards perfumery, leaving behind a rich heritage.
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