Founded in 1827 by François-Étienne Violet, the Violet House has marked the French industry of perfumery and cosmetics. Holder of several patents, the company obtained various awards during its existence that accentuated its reputation.
Based in Paris and at different addresses, Violet was especially famous for the 12 Boulevard des Capucines. It did not take long for the brand to distinguish itself from the competition.
After many years of economic health, history tainted the balance of the company, leading to its long sleep around 1955.
It took until 2015 and 3 young men to pick up where to story was left.
It was on the benches of the Ecole Supérieure du Parfum that Anthony, Paul and Victorien, decided to restore an old French perfumery.
Becoming the successors of Violet, these 3 creators have set to work on the renaissance of this forgotten name.
Friends and colleagues, their complementary characters have made it possible to rebuild a modern brand while respecting the traditional past.