There is an article on the Fragonard perfumery in Grasse in the New York Times today:
“We are a very small company, and we have the luxury to decide what we want and when we want it,” said Agnès Costa-Webster, who, along with her sisters, Françoise and Anne Costa, now runs the business her great-grandfather, Eugène Fuchs, founded in 1926. “I'll think, ‘Well, that would smell good for men if we mix some woods with some raspberry,' and then I speak with the nose and we start thinking about the name and the packaging. Everything is done following our own soul.”
Read our review of their latest prestige launch, Fragonard Billet Doux.