Le Labo

Le Labo was created by Eddie Rosky and Fabrice Penault in New York in 2006. Prior to that, both worked in the department of Giorgio Armani Fragrances. Fabrice Penot learned the art of creating fragrances from Jean-Claude Ellen himself. Eddie Roskey designed the Armani Prive.
With their own funds, Fabrice and Eddy launched a perfume startup. They did everything to make the result of their work different from the products of modern perfume giants. Strict glass bottles, drugstore-like labels - the creators of Le Labo focused on the fragrance itself, and not on external attributes.
Le Labo is translated from French as "laboratory". At the start of the brand's history, perfumes were prepared right in the store, in front of the client. Perfume concentrate, alcohol and water were mixed in a bottle in a strictly calculated proportion. The aroma was as fresh as possible. And there was a feeling of magic and involvement in the perfume behind the scenes!
To create perfumes Le Labo attract great "noses". Experts are not limited by the price of the components of the new masterpiece. The main thing is the result!
Le Labo uses the highest quality ingredients. Fabrice and Eddie joke that they are willing to test their perfumes on New Yorkers, but not on animals.
The brand does not use advertising in the media, and the site states: "We believe that celebrities should buy our product for money." This approach gave a very unexpected result - an increase in interest in Le Labo fragrances.
In the City Exclusives collection, each perfume is dedicated to a city: Chicago, Paris, Moscow, Amsterdam, London. And for a long time it was possible to buy this fragrance exclusively in the city, which the perfume "tells" about.
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