Charles of the Ritz perfumes and colognes


Country: United States
Main activity: Cosmetics

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Charles of the Ritz is an American cosmetic and perfumery brand.

The story of the brand started when the hairdresser Charles Jundt bought the Manhattan beauty salon of the New York City Ritz Hotel in 1916. In 1926, he began producing make-up and a year later he added fragrances to their product list. The company joined with Lanvin to form Lanvin- Charles of the Ritz in 1964. In 1971, the company was sold to Squibb and Squib sell of Lanvin in 1978 and renamed the brand Charles of the Ritz Group, Ltd. In 1987, Yves Saint Laurent bought Charles of the Ritz fragrance license and the remaining brand was sold to Revlon. In 2002 the brand was discontinued and now many of their fragrances are sold by the name of Revlon.

The first Charles of the Ritz perfumes were introduced in 1927 and were simply named A, B and C. The success of these was followed by the Jean Nate fragrance, launched in 1935.

Designer Charles of the Ritz has 6 perfumes in our fragrance base. The earliest edition was created in 1977 and the newest is from 1984.

perfume Carrington Carrington
1984 for men

perfume Charles of the Ritz Charles of the Ritz
1977 for women

perfume Enjoli Enjoli
1978 for women

perfume Enjoli Midnight Enjoli Midnight
1984 for women

perfume Forever Krystle Forever Krystle
1984 for women

perfume Senchal Senchal
1981 for women

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