What is the relationship between pens, leather goods and perfumes? There seems to be no connection. So how did a pen-making company become a manufacturer of perfumes in the sky, and other ones that are quite successful. Well, it's no secret that in the design world, things often roll out so that a company that has traditionally dealt with one area very quickly has become a recognized company in another. Take, for example, the Mont Blanc company. The beginning of pen production Mont Blanc is a German company known for its fine writing and luxury products. The company was established as a partnership between three engineers in 1908, as a luxury pen manufacturing company in Hamburg. A pen produced in 1910 through it will then give the company its new name: the Mont Blanc. While the signature form of the "White Star" star that adorns its products first appeared in 1913, this signature was inspired by the culmination of Mount Mass Blanc, which is the highest peak in the Alps. The company's first fountain pen was first created in 1924, and it is actually manufactured to this day, at which time it was considered a masterpiece. Of course, later on, the company moved to piston pens with refills. And so by 1935, the company expanded its offer to include leather goods such as pens, notebooks and writing surfaces to accompany its pens. Although the company's production facilities were demolished during World War II, they were rebuilt as production continued in Denmark during construction. Mont Blanc and the penetration into the realm of perfume So how do few people get into the perfume? Well, the company has expanded, it has occupied many markets in Asia and America. And then Dunhill acquired most of the stock in Mont Blanc. This happened during the 1970s. Except that Donhill subsequently acquired the Richmont Group. It began offering the Mont Blanc products alongside other luxury homes such as Cartier Van Cliff and Arples. Furthermore, Richmont's ownership has allowed the company to expand into larger leather goods and enter the jewelry and of course watches. In the 2000s, perfume became part of the brand the company promotes, when in 2001 perfume was issued to women. And in 2005 perfume for the men. By the name of Femme and Legend Mont Blanc has close to thirty scents in its arsenal of scents. But the two most notable are the Pam De Mont Blanc perfume. The older one. It is a perfume made up of a modern, oriental scent. Its first notes are composed of both fresh, cool and warm smells, its heart is very intense, floral and sweet, while the base is composed of juicy chocolate, fruit, wood and musk, in addition to the smell of Turkish rose, jasmine scent and citrus blossom. The result is a perfume that suits the cool autumn and winter nights. It has a moderate residue that lasts for a reasonable amount of time on the skin, and has quite a bit of admiration. The Legend Pour Femme perfume was inspired by classic women such as Grace Kelly, Ingrid Bergman, Gratia Garbo and Marlene Dietrich. This is a fragrance designed for women who leave their mark without the need for a make-up, a special hairstyle, any accessories, but only through their charisma and confidence. The perfume itself is wrapped in a multi-sided pink bottle, reminiscent of the Mont Blanc jewelry series. While its upper notes are composed of fruits, the middle notes are the product of flowers, with the emphasis being on the jasmine flower extracted from India, while the base notes are a combination of citrus blossoms, musk, vanilla and wood which produce a sense of powder in its fragrance. This perfume is suitable for daytime in the spring and summer mainly, it has a moderate presence and definitely a reasonable amount of time on the skin.