Guy Robert began his career working for fragrance laboratories in Grasse. After the Second World War, he moved to New York and worked under his uncle, Henri Robert, creator of Chanel No. 19.
Between 1949 he worked for five different fragrance houses, learning perfumery, creating perfume and then supervising groups of perfumers. In his work he served internatioal clients. He was also involved in the training of new perfumers.
In addition to creating fine perfume, Guy Robert was also a creator of soap, talc, deodorant and cosmetics.
Perfumes By Guy Robert
Hermés, Doblis (original) (1955)
Rochas, Madame Rochas (1960)
Hermés, Calèche (1961)
Christian Dior, Dioressence (1969)
Rochas, Monsieur Rochas (1969)
Hermés, Èquipage (1970)
Gucci, Gucci No. 1 (1974)
Amouage, Amouage Gold (1983)
Amouage, Amouage Gold Men (1983)
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