Tuvaché perfumes and colognes

Country: United States
Main activity: Fragrances
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Tuvaché was a New York based company with a French name, founded by Bernadine Angus in 1933. The company is named after the character Madame Tuvaché from the novel Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert. The house is known for the celebrated Jungle Gardenia perfume from 1933.

The company was sold in the 1960s to Swiss house Germaine Monteil. Companies that subsequently held the rights to the brand: Yardley, Jovan, Coty, Evyan Perfumes. The Tuvaché trademark was acquired by Irma Shorell in 1999, and today the Tuvaché brand is owned by Hypoluxe Inc.

Tuvaché introduced a successful series of perfumes through the 1970s. Hypoluxe Inc. began introducing new fragrances under the Tuvaché brand in 2012.

The most famous Tuvaché perfume is Jungle Gardenia, first introduced in 1933. The fragrance has been a beloved feminine classic for years, and the scent formulation of this classic is still available today as Tuvaché Gardenia 1933.

Designer Tuvaché has 6 perfumes in our fragrance base. Tuvaché is an old perfume house. The earliest edition was created in 1933 and the newest is from 2013. Tuvaché fragrances were made in collaboration with perfumers Ilias Ermenidis and Richard Herpin.

perfume Gardenia 1933 Gardenia 1933
1933 for women

perfume Gardenia 2012 Gardenia 2012
2012 for women

perfume Jungle Gardenia Jungle Gardenia
1933 for women

perfume Nectaroma Nectaroma
2013 for women

perfume Oh! de London Oh! de London
1962 for women

perfume Tuvara Tuvara
1948 for women



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