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Edmond Roudnitska 

Edmond Roudnitska is widely considered the pioneer of modern perfumery and one of the greatest "noses" of all time. His background as a chemist at Roure Bertrand Dupont and at Delaire left him with detailed knowledge of all the natural and synthetic ingredients used in perfumery and predetermined his extremely pared-down style. By the time Edmond Roudnitska died in 1996, most of his creations had become "Classics".

Main Fragances:

Femme (1944 Rochas)
Moustache (1949 Rochas)
Diorama (1949 Dior)
Eau d'Hermès (1951 Hermès)
Eau Fraîche (1953 Dior)
Diorissimo (1956 Dior)
Eau sauvage (1966 Dior)
Diorella (1972 Dior) 


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  • Bright, complex, incredibly modern, Le Parfum de Thérèse was created in the mid 50s, by Edmond Roudnitska, one of the greatest perfumers of the twentieth century. The fragrance was never commercially produced and remained a well-kept secret because Thérèse, Roudnitska's wife –– for whom it was created –– was the only person allowed to wear it.

    Frederic Malle Editions de Parfums
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