Jacques Fath was born in 1912 in Paris, France. He was a French fashion designer who was perceived as one of the most decisive influences of post-World War II haute couture. This is probably due to the fact that he grew up in a creative family of fashion illustrators, writers and landscape painters. His fashion house, which is behind some of the more unique fragrances, does so mainly in his memory and inspiration. Since he was very interested in fashion and creation, Jacques Fath entered the world of haute couture and did so with the presentation of his first collection in 1937. He worked with many famous models and created very successful collections. As a designer who greatly influenced his time he educated himself and learned his craft through museum exhibitions and books on fashion. He later became a teacher for many young designers who worked as his assistants and trainees, including Hubert de Givenchy, Guy Laroche, Valentino Garavani. Jacques Fath became known as "the little prince of Paris haute couture in Paris in the 1950s". This innovative designer was beloved by the young Parisian community, as he used unusual materials like sequins made from walnut and almond shells. Some of his clients were actresses Eva Gardner, Greta Garbo and Rita Hayworth. He died of leukemia in 1953 and the fashion house continued to function until 1957. His widow ran the house during this period and maintained one successful fashion collection with the help of her husband's associates. However, later the haute couture collections were discontinued and the house turned to the production of perfumes, gloves, tights and other accessories. Thus, from a fashion house it became a perfume house and the Jacques Fath brand developed into an alternative brand aimed at a younger audience which definitely follows the trends and chooses an expressive style. The first fragrance of this perfume house was launched in 1953. So far, a number of fragrances have been introduced. The fragrances were initially manufactured until 1992 by L'Oreal. The fashion house and its products were later re-launched by the France Luxury Group in 1992, and then acquired in 1996 by the Banque Saga Group. In 1997, the company was acquired by the Groupe Emmanuelle Khanh. In 2002, the brand became part of the Alliance Designers Group. It was sold again in 2006. Each owner brought with him a new designer with the intention of reviving the brand tradition, with the motto and mission of today's company being to take an avant-garde approach to innovative design and discreet European luxury. One of the brand's leading fragrances is Jacques Fath's Bel Ambre perfume is a fragrance for women and men. Bel Ambre was launched in 2015. The nose behind this perfume is Cecile Zarokian. The top notes of this perfume consist of juniper berries, black pepper, lemon and bergamot; While the middle notes are oris, caraway and white flowers, while the base notes are amber, leather, and tiber and musk. This unisex fragrance remains on the skin for an absolutely reasonable length of time and has a moderate presence. It is very suitable for the cool autumn and winter days. Another fragrance, no less successful, is the perfume L'Oree du Bois, also unisex. L'Oree du Bois was launched in 2017. The nose behind this perfume is Luca Maffei. When examined it reveals that its upper notes are composed of neroli, bergamot and yellow mandarin; While the middle notes are absolute mimosa, broom, ylang-ylang and orange blossom. The base notes are adorned with honey, cumin, cashmere, sandalwood, cinnamon, saffron, amber and musk. It has a strong presence and it stays on the skin for quite a long time. It is recommended to use it in the spring or autumn days, but it can certainly also be suitable for other seasons of the year.