Institut Très Bien

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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