“The perfumes from Le Galion are passionate fragrances, at the same time fiery and yet subtle, which leave a trace of admiration. ” L’Officiel de la Mode
Le Galion Paris is a perfume house that was founded in 1930 by Prince Murat, a descendant of Joachim Murat, brother-in-law of Napoleon I and King of Naples. In 1935 Paul Vacher bought the perfume house and developed it into a prestigious brand with a high level of acceptance in the industry. The highly regarded perfumer was also repeatedly responsible for the development of classics from Lanvin, Guerlain and Christian Dior. With his own fragrance house, he created elegant, wearable fragrances that are beyond the mainstream and know how to inspire with unusual quality.
Today, Nicolas Chabot, as owner and creative director in the spirit of Paul Vacher, is leading the brand to a new bloom.