The house of Lancôme issued perfumes
Lancôme was founded in 1935 by Armand Petijean, who launched the brand with a selection of 5 perfumes, including Tropiques and Kypre. Many other creations followed, some of which are no longer available. A rose, and above all, a circumflex accent (the pointy little ‘hat’ over the ‘o’) became Lancôme’s signatures. They can be seen both in perfume names like Ô (1969) and Poême (1995), as well as in some of their cosmetics, another strong point for the brand, now owned by the L’Oreal group. Lancôme’s best-known fragrances include Trésor (1990), Miracle (2000) and Hypnôse (2005). In 2005, they launched La Collection Lancôme, which provides re-releases of fragrances that were no longer available.
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