Robert Piguet is a French perfume house founded by fashion man Robert Piguet. So how does someone who was born in Switzerland and is destined for a career in finance, get into fashion? Who influenced him, and how did he find himself in the field of perfume? Here are all the answers. A career in fashion At the age of 17, Figuat chose to go to Paris, he did so against the wishes of his family, in order to pursue a career in fashion. Figuat found employment in Bradford, and later with the influential fashion designer of the early twentieth century, Paul Port. Later with experience in two important fashion houses, Robert Piguet decided to pursue an independent career and open a fashion house on his own in 1933. His designs that appealed to women were elegant in their simplicity, beautifully cut, and conservative. They matched both the hours of the day in their color and the hours of the night. By 1938, Figuat's success made it possible to open a new luxurious living room on the Champs Elysees. His personal charm, along with his aristocratic way, made him a favorite of the wealthy elite, as well as of the art world and theatrical audience. During his greatest period of success, Figuat used some of the most well-known fashion designers of the twentieth century before they rose to fame. Hubert de Givenchy, Pierre Belman, Christian Dior and James Glennus all turned to his fashion house, which was a huge success until it closed in 1951. There is no doubt that his influence on women's fashion continues through the designers he helped train, and through the iconic perfumes launched under the brand. His. A reference to the field of perfume by Robert Piguet Figuat met the well-known perfumer Jermaine Slayer in the 1940s and worked with her to create perfumes that matched the elegant and modern fashions he created after World War II. The first fragrance, Bandit, which included massive leather extracts and which was launched in 1944, was presented in combination with the fashion house's runway collection which featured women in masks, with toy guns and knives, and everything possible to evoke the image of a 'bad boy'. This duo collaborated once again in 1945 for the production of the fragrance Visa (along with Jean Charles) and also in 1947 for the production of the fragrance Fracas, both of which were considered by many to be the extraction of the fragrance of the tuberose plant, one of the agave plant varieties. A successful and surviving fashion brand Bagari is another fragrance introduced in 1950 and was in fact the last fragrance created before Figuat's death in 1953. The fashion house closed in 1951, but the brand name Robert Piguet continued to launch fragrances in the 1960s. Brand ownership and fragrances changed hands several times before reaching current owners in the early 1990s. These sought to re-introduce the brand name, and strengthen its status as a luxury fragrance brand, offering versions of the original fragrances so that they would be very close to the original formulas and fragrance perfumes, yet still use modern ingredients and of course with slight updates appropriate to current modern sensitivities. As a result, many of the classic fragrances were made available to the public again, and at the same time new fragrances were launched under the brand name. It is true that 37 fragrances can be found under this brand. Indeed Robert Figuat is an old perfume house, with its earliest edition being created in 1944 and the newest being from 2019. Among the noses that have worked over the years for this brand can be found the names of some of the great creators in the field Chilean, everyone has contributed their talent and abilities to ensure that the brand's fragrances will survive the time and delight many perfumers and perfumers.