L'impact De Pour Un Homme by Caron Cologne.
L’impact De Pour Un Homme captures the alluring sophistication of 1930s Hollywood and classic French fragrance expertise and fuses it with contemporary nuances. Released in 2005, this cologne is a based on a 1934 scent that has stood the test of time. It opens with the inviting aroma of lavender that ushers in a tempting heart of vanilla. Seductive and masculine musk and warm, earthy amber slowly take over the scent for a lasting finish.
desire to bring make fragrances available for every man, Ernest Daltroff founded Caron in Paris at the turn of the 20th century. The perfume house quickly gained fame for its masterful creation of sophisticated and luxurious scents designed for one-of-a-kind olfactory experiences. Although the brand had a tumultuous history, it has been an inspiration for other perfumers. Now headed by Richard Fraysse, the house continues to make new scents and modernize the ones that built the brand.
Caron is a French perfume house founded in 1904 by Ernest Daltroff who, without any formal training in perfumery, created one of the most successful houses in fragrance history. Hired in 1906 to be the company’s artistic adviser, Felicie Wanpouille, a former dressmaker, was responsible for bottle and package design. It was Wanpouille who ran Caron when Daltroff, who was Jewish, fled to the United States to escape persecution. Daltroff never...
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