Eau De Patou by Jean Patou Cologne. Everything you want in a perfume is here in Eau de Patou, a light, bright and white floral fragrance from Jean
Patou. Tangy top notes of bright orange and juicy Sicilian citrus offer a combination of aromas that you get to discover one after another. Heart notes bring a light and sweet floral bouquet of honeysuckle, Tunisian orange blossom, ylang-ylang and nasturcia, balanced with a dash of pepper. Base notes of warm amber, musk, oakmoss and civet hint at
woody, animalic bliss in a long-lasting combination.
Jean Patou is a French perfume maker with an exciting history. Jean moves to Paris in 1912 and launches a women’s fashion store, Maison Parry. He sells his collection in 1914 to join Ww I, where he becomes a captain. Following the war, he launches another boutique in his name and adds perfume as well. He is best known for Joy, a famous 1925 fragrance. Today, his namesake company has nearly 50 perfumes; Eau de Patou is a 1976 launch.
Born in 1880 in Normandy, Jean Patou, the son of a tanner and nephew to a furrier was well experienced in the area of design before deciding to venture out on his own and open a small dressmaking salon in Paris in 1912. Success came quickly to Patou who sold his entire 1914 collection to a single American buyer, however, he was forced to put his craft on hold when he was mobilized in August of the same year for World War I. Reopening his salon...
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