D'Orsay is a French fragrance brand that was originally founded in 1830 by Count Alfred d'Orsay, a prominent aristocrat and artist of his time. The brand was known for creating high-quality perfumes and toiletries, and quickly gained popularity among the elite of Parisian society.
D'Orsay was revived in the early 2000s by its current owner, perfumer and designer Michel Almairac, who has since created a range of new fragrances inspired by the brand's rich history and legacy. The brand's perfumes are known for their timeless elegance, with classic floral and oriental notes blended with modern, innovative elements.
Some of D'Orsay's most popular fragrances include Tilleul, a fresh and green scent featuring notes of linden blossom, mandarin, and white musk, and Le Nomade, a woody and spicy fragrance with notes of leather, bergamot, and cedarwood. The brand also offers a range of body care products, including shower gels, lotions, and soaps, all featuring the same luxurious fragrances as their perfumes.