Annick Goutal was a pianist and model who was exposed to the world of perfume while working with perfumes on creating a face cream . And so she found her destiny. In 1980 she was ready to launch her first collection of fragrances. In the mid-1980s its company was acquired by the Teitinger Group, which was later acquired by Starwood Capital. Despite the fact that Annick Goutal passed away in 1999, the Annick Goutal brand continues to exist when Anick Camille's daughter, to whom she once dedicated one of her fragrances, continued her mother’s work. Today she continues to create fragrances successfully, along with perfume Isabel Dwayne. An extraordinary, enthusiastic and visionary woman Annick Goutal was arguably a woman with intuition and emotion, but also one of those visionaries who go to the end with their dreams. As a child prodigy, she was marked as someone destined for a pianist's career. But very quickly she rebels against this fate and becomes a model thanks to her special beauty. But her curiosity for perfumes then brought her to Grass, where she met a man who changed her life and gave her a new passion: in 1979 she first became a perfume maker. Her senses, generosity and abilities to produce different compositions are the assets of the Iron Flock that so distinguish her amazing perfumes. It soon becomes apparent that everything she goes through becomes a success, like her first work, L'Eau d'Hadrien , created in 1981 and made a symbol. The organ of perfumes thus became her new tool. The fragrance notes replaced the musical notes. Annick Goutal - The first store In 1981, the brand's first store opened on Rue de Balsas, becoming a small paradise on the left bank immersed in a certain Parisian charm. Here it was the territory of the intellectuals and journalists who then became the first followers of the brand. And so the very personal and avant-garde works of Maison Goutal quickly became one that seduced an audience of experts and artists. Mainly due to all the rare fragrant combinations, with which Annick Goutal created her own style. Her first work, L'Eau d'Hadrien, from 1981, placed Annick Goutal as a pioneer of niche perfumery. Whereas in 1998, the Petit Cherry perfume was created which is a tribute to Camille Goutal, the daughter of Annick Goutal, who assimilated into her home the need to fulfill her dreams. The young Camille was very enthusiastic about photography, but when her mother died in 1999, she continued her work. Today, Camille is Goutal's creative and development director, working on the compositions of each perfume with Isabel Dwayne, a perfume that has always been a partner in her mother's work. Living in a novel or movie The name of any gothic fragrance sounds like the title of a novel, drawing pictures that evoke the imagination. Each fragrance tells a story that can be experienced on the skin and by the senses. For example, the fragrance or D'Hadrin, the flagship fragrance of Annick Goutal , which tells the story of the famous Tuscan hills and the troubles of Emperor Hadrian. In addition in an effort to offer the most authentic ingredients and the most environmentally friendly products, the brand strives to adhere to green principles at every stage of the development process. So contrary to popular marketing opinion, the fragrances are not colored and the bottles can be refilled from scratch, while the packaging is designed to use as little paper as possible. Ethics and awareness that Goutal places at the heart of her work. The melting pot of the duo Camille Goutal and Isabel Dwayne form a duo of an amazing partnership. While maintaining the values conveyed by Annick Goutal, the founder of Goutal, they share the taste of those raw materials and use the inspiration of travel and moments to create their own unique perfumes.