After the shock of the First World War, the fashion and decorative arts of the Roaring Twenties reflected a burning desire for exotism and a fascination for far-away lands.
Asia offered new Horizons
The frenzy for transcontinental travels inspired artists to transcribe Asian cultures in their creations: new works of silk embroidery, pearl dresses and necklaces, heady, woody, suave fragrances…
In the euphoria of the Roaring Twenties, females unveil their bodies, drop the corset, tomboys come out of their closets and women languidly smoke.
People start getting naughty in private Parisian clubs.
Materials, colours and shape symbolised a newfound sense of freedom and herald the hope of a new Horizon. An ambery fragrance for boys and tomboys,
At the height of its glory, Oriza L. Legrand created Horizon in 1925, to celebrate the Roaring Twenties and the International Exhibition of Decorative Arts, an Amber fragrance for boys and tomboys full of Precious Woods and an Ambergris showcasing its Blond Tobacco and Leather facets.
Our products* are now available in refills** for a new simple and responsible beauty gesture.
* Except The Discovery Box of 6 samples.
** Products sold “naked”, without box, without wedge, without pompom, without stopper, without porcelain jar for Bath Salts, just what is strictly necessary to preserve the planet.