Fragrance News & Fragrant Reading: Billet Doux by Fragonard


To celebrate its 80th anniversary, the French perfume house Fragonard is re-editing Billet Doux, a fragrance first introduced in the 1950s. The fragrance house originally from Grasse in the south of France also opened a new boutique in Paris, rue du Faubourd-Saint-Honoré in mid-July; it plans to open another store at the Carroussel du Louvre in December 2006. A book retracing the history of Fragonard is also being published to commemorate their anniversary.

You can read more about the history of the Fragonard house in the following article from Les Echos of 9 August 2006:

Fragonard se donne un parfum de modernité 

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  1. Ooooh -- a new place to visit! I give up, does the article list any details about Billet Doux? I thought the Fragonards at Takashimaya were great fun.

  2. March,

    Nope, it doesn't. Did you try their latest release, Eclat? I have it and have been meaning to review it. I have a loooong list of perfumes to review and am so shooooort on time.

  3. I would think they'd have had Eclat, but I cannot remember it ... shame on me.


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