Reve De Roses by Coty Perfume. Reve De Roses by Coty is a floral women’s fragrance that was introduced in 1942.
The fragrance is pure rose at every level, from the top notes, through the heart, and down to the base notes, which makes for a long-lasting scent. The flacon is simple and transparent, with a contrasting bold front, the logo and the perfume’s name presented against a pink background.
Born Joseph Marie Francois Spoturno in Corsica, Francois Coty founded Coty in 1904 in Paris,
France, adopting his new name to sound more French. He studied perfumery from a local pharmacist and became successful after the release of his first fragrance. His perfumes became known for their beautiful crystal flasks, made in collaboration with Baccarat and Lalique. The company was interested in expanding its market beyond its wealthy clientele and made products accessible to middle and working class women, growing successful in the mass market. Currently owned by Joh. A. Benckiser GmbH, the company is the parent company of several fashion and cosmetics brands, including Calvin Klein, Chloe, Marc Jacobs, Clairol, Covergirl, Opi, Philosophy, Rimmel London, Wella, and Sally Hansen.
Century old perfume manufacturer Coty came into existence when François Coty introduced La Rose Jacqueminot to the world in 1904. Not that it was not a notable fragrance, but what stands out more about La Rose Jacqueminot is the marketing genius behind the perfume. Coty was the first to understand the importance of packaging and more specifically, the need for a beautiful vessel in which to deliver his product. He produced commissioned...
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