Chypre-Mousse, a Fragrance of the House Oriza L. Legrand launched in 1914 for the dandies of this world
Exposition Universelle 1900
Ossianizm is romantic poetry style in Europe in the XIX century. Ossian is the narrator and purported author of a cycle of celtic and epic poems
Oeillet Louis XV
Contrasts, olfactory and symbolic best describe “Oeillet Louis XV”, rival less and elegant perfume that never ceases to astonish
In 1852, based on a formula perfected by Fargeon Aîné, Oriza L. Legrand introduced "Oriza Aciduliné" -- a delicately perfumed cosmetic vinegar designed for skin and hair care
The house Oriza L. legrand remains faithful to its original creations thanks to the numerous archives from which they come. With a rich experience of four centuries, it is with pride that our house offers historical creations of an incredible modernity, from the most beautiful raw materials.
Incense and Lily
The story of Maison Oriza
It was in 1720, during the reign of Louis XV, that Fargeon the Elder, Perfumer and Distiller of the King and his Circle (known across Europe as “The Perfumed Court”) created the Maison Oriza.
The Maison Oriza L. Legrand received the royal warrant as the official supplier of toiletries and fragrance of the Royal Courts of France, Italy, England and The Imperial Courts of Napoléon III and Russia. The House successfully participated in international exhibitions and has been regularly awarded prizes, from the bronze medal at the Universal Exhibition in Paris (1867) to the Grand Prix in 1900.