This page lists perfume houses with names starting with the letter P. Perfume houses are alphabetized by first name, so that "Paul Smith" is listed under P. Some perfume houses have their own pages — if the name is a link, click on it.
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This page was last updated on 24 February 2022.
Italian fashion line for men established in 1970. Fragrances were introduced in 2002 with Pal Zileri for men. Subsequent offerings include Concept no. 18, Sartoriale and Lab. The fragrance license is held by Mavive.
Recent releases include Collezione Privata (2010).
Where to buy: at department stores and online fragrance discounters.
Website: Pal Zileri
French line of reasonably priced perfumes. Panouge also holds the license for perfume created under the Jacques Fath, Isabey, Masaki Matsushima and Hiroko Koshino lines.
Niche fragrance line founded by Nicolas Chabert, who was raised in Grasse by a family of perfumers and designers. The company is named for Grasse's postal code. Fragrances include Yuzu Rouge (2003), Cédre (2003) and Lys (2006).
Recent releases include Feuille de Reglisse, Lentisque & Lierre Rose (2007).
Where to buy: Four Seasons, Luckyscent.
Parfums D'Armando Martinez
Indie perfumes from Armando Martinez, established in 2007 with four scents: Satyr, Benefactor, Pillow of Flowers, and Maquillage. Kitsune followed later in 2007.
Recent releases include BoHo, Les Fauves & Silver Lining (2008).
Website: Parfums D'Armando Martinez (site no longer active)
Parfums de Marly
French niche house founded in 2010. The concept: "the splendor of the XVIIIth century, when the greatest perfume were created for king Louis the XV in commemoration of the prestigious horse races." Fragrances include Darley, Godolphin, Ispazon, Lipizzan, Pegasus and Shagya.
Recent releases include Herod (2012), Meliora (2012), Safanad (2012), Galloway (2013), Byerly (2013), Kuhuyan, Hamdani, Habdan & Oajan (2013), Darcy (2014), Sedbury (2015), Akaster & Carlisle (2015), Athalia & Nisean (2016), Layton (2016), Delina (2017), Layton Exclusif (2017), Percival (2018), Delina Exclusif (2018), Cassili (2019), Sedley (2019), Kalan (2019).
Where to buy: in the US at Osswald, Parfumerie Nasreen.
Website: Parfums de Marly
Parfums de Nicolaï
Parfums de Rosine
Indie perfume house of Konstantin Mihov, a psychology student in Germany and a regular on the Perfume of Life forum. As the name implies, the scents are inspired by fictional works. His debut fragrance, Alice in Wonderland, launched in 2007. Eleven Minutes & O Alquimista will also launch in 2007.
Count Alfred d’Orsay (1801-1852) was a French-born dandy, said to be the "most fashionable man in the most fashionable circles in the most fashionable town in the world: London" (Last of the Dandies: The Scandalous Life and Escapades of Count d'Orsay, by Nick Foulkes). He dabbled in perfumery, and reputedly created a fragrance called "Eau de Bouquet".
The Parfums d’Orsay line was established after his death and named in his honor. Various sources report the founding year as 1865, 1908 and even 1933; 1908 appears to be the most likely. Count D'Orsay's original "Eau de Bouquet" was reportedly "reworked" into the line's Etiquette Bleue fragrance. I do not know the detailed history of the line, but they were issuing new fragrances into the the 20th century, and the line was "revived" in 1995.
See review for D'Orsay Tilleul.
Recent fragrances include L'Intrigante (2010), Tilleul Pour La Nuit (2012), Al Kimiya Oud et Bois & Ambre et Musc (2014).
Where to buy: in the US at MiN New York.
Website: Parfums d'Orsay
French high end niche line. Five fragrances launched in 2006 (see reviews of Promesse de l’Aube, Invasion Barbare and Enlèvement au Sérail).
Recent launches include Péché Cardinal (2009), Le Rivage des Syrtes & Vêpres Siciliennes (2009), Un Coeur en Mai (2009), La Belle Helene (2011), Chypre Palatin (2012), Cuir Garamante & Nuit Andalouse (2013), Cio Cio San (2015), Les Indes Galantes (2015), Fêtes Persanes (2016), Le Barbier de Tangier (2016), Bleu Satin, L'Homme Aux Gants & Cuir Cavalier (2019).
Where to buy: in the US at Luckyscent, in Canada at The Perfume Shoppe, in Germany at First in Fragrance.
Website: Parfums MDCI
Parfums M Micallef
French niche line established by Martine Micallef and Geoffrey Newman in 1997.
Recent releases include Avant-Garde (2006), Red Sea (2006), Note Vanillee (2007), Note Poudree (2007), Note Ambree (2007), Yellow Sea & Royal Muská (2008), Mon Parfum (2009), G Nejman Le Professionnel, Le Sportif & Le Seducteur (2009), G Nejman Emir (2010), Jewel for Him (2011), Art Collection Vanille (2012), Royal Rose Aoud (2012), Rose Extreme (2012), Ylang in Gold (2012), Style (2012), Royal Vintage (2013), Le Parfum Denis Durand Couture (2013), Rouge No. 1 & Rouge No. 2 (2013), Mon Parfum Cristal (2013), Puzzle No. 1 & Puzzle No. 2 (2014), Mon Parfum Gold (2014), Ananda Dolce (2015), Akowa (2015).
Where to buy: Four Seasons, Luckyscent or Parfum1 in the US, First in Fragrance in Germany, Fortnum and Mason in the UK.
Website: Parfums M Micallef
The perfume line of French clothing label Morgan, established in 1967 as a "cheap chic" line for teens.
Fragrances were introduced in 2003 with Morgan de Toi scents for men & women. Subsequent launches include Light My Heart (2004), Love Love de Toi (2005), Love Love de Toi Glossy (2006), Morgan Sweet Paradise (2007), Love Love de Toi Glamstar (2007), My Morgan (2008), Psychedelice (2009).
Website: Morgan de Toi
American socialite, singer and actress. Her first fragrance, Paris Hilton for women, launched in 2004. A version for men followed shortly thereafter. Just Me for women and Just Me for men followed in 2005; Heiress for women and Heir for men in 2006. Fragrances are created under arrangements with Parlux.
Recent releases include Can Can (2007), Fairy Dust (2008), Siren (2009), Tease (2010), Passport Collection Tokyo, Paris and South Beach (2011), Passport St. Moritz (2011), Dazzle (2012), Can Can Burlesque (2014), With Love (2014), Paris Hilton Anniversary Edition (2015), Gold Rush (2016), Gold Rush Man (2017), Rosé Rush (2017), Platinum Rush (2018), Electrify (2019), Pink Rush (2019).
Where to buy: at selected department stores and online fragrance discounters.
Website: Paris Hilton
French jeweler and designer with several fragrances, including Or Noir, Or Black, Nagada and Passion Mediterranee.
Website: Pascal Morabito
French line of organic skincare and fragrances founded in 2004 by Philippe Gounel and Luc Jugla, and sold in 2009 to Cyril Jamot. There were six personal fragrances (Chypre, Boise, Ambre, Fougere, Floral and Hesperide) but they do not appear to be in production any longer.
Paul & Joe
Fashion designer Sophie Albou established Paul & Joe, named after her two sons, in 1995. Two fragrances were launched in 2003: Blanc and Bleu.
Recent releases include Paul & Joe Fragrance Hair & Body Mist (2013).
Where to buy: at b-glowing or Beautyhabit.
Website: Paul & Joe
British fashion designer who started with a small shop in 1970 specializing in menswear. He showed his first collection in Paris in 1976; women's designs were added in the 1990s. By 2000, Paul Smith was Britain's largest designer label. The line has a huge following in Japan (200+ stores), although he is still somewhat less well known in the US.
Fragrances were introduced in 2000 with Paul Smith Original, followed by Extreme (2002), Paul Smith London (2004) and Paul Smith Floral for women (2005).
Recent releases include Paul Smith Story for men (2006), Paul Smith Rose (2007), Sunshine Edition (2008), Paul Smith Rose Summer Edition (2009), Paul Smith Man (2009), Paul Smith Rose Summer Edition (2010), Sunshine Edition 2010 (2010), Paul Smith Man 2 (2010), Paul Smith Rose Summer 2011 (2011), Paul Smith Sunshine Edition 2011 (2011), Paul Smith Optimistic (2011), Sunshine Edition & Rose Summer 2012 (2012), Paul Smith Rose 2013 (2013), Sunshine Editions 2013 (2013), Paul Smith Portrait (2013), Extreme Sport (2014), Paul Smith Sunshine 2014 (2014), Paul Smith Rose 2014 (2014), Paul Smith Sunshine 2015 (2015), Essential (2015), Sunshine 2016 (2016), Hello You! (2018).
Where to buy: at department stores and online fragrance discounters.
Website: Paul Smith
Small, family-owned fragrance house based in Brighton, England. See reviews for Classic Chypre & Green Chypre, Fresh Citrus & White Floral.
People of the Labyrinths
See The People of the Labyrinths.
American sportswear designer who established his own line in 1978. Ellis died in 1986. Marc Jacobs was the designer from 1988 until 1993, but left shortly after his infamous "grunge" collection. The women's sportswear line was eventually dropped, and the line is now best known for its menswear.
Fragrances debuted in 1985 with Perry Ellis for Women and Perry Ellis for men. Later scents include 360 for women (1993), 360 for men (1995), America (women & men, 1996).
Recent releases include Perry Ellis for Men (2008), Perry Ellis for Women (2009), Perry Ellis Platinum Label for Men (2009), Perry Ellis Night (2010), Perry Ellis Love (2011), Aqua (2012), Spirited for Men (2013), Perry Ellis (2013), 360 Purple (2013), Perry Ellis Cobalt (2014), 360 Coral (2014), Perry Ellis Citron (2015), Perry Ellis Red (2016), Aqua Extreme (2016), Pure Blue (2018).
Website: Perry Ellis
French niche line that debuted in 2012 with six fragrances: Cendres de Thé, Dzhari, Grisens, Noir Marine, Pluie de Soleil and Rue des Lilas.
Recent launches include Verveine Figuier & Coton Egyptien (2012), Lentisque, Pure Azure, Sable Marocain, Hesperys, Black Vetiver, Rouge Avignon, Tabac Rouge & Antigua (2013), Poivre Colonial (2013), L'Eau de Phaedon (2014), Sable & Soleil (2016), Concombre (2016), Ilanguara (2017).
Where to buy: in the US at Luckyscent.
Men's fashion line established by hip hop mogul Russell Simmons in 1992 and known as a "leader in the urbanwear market". Phat Farm, and its sister company Baby Phat, were sold to Kellwood Corp. in 2004.
Fragrances (produced under arrangements with Coty) were introduced in 2006 with Phat Farm Atman.
French fashion designer. He joined Christian Dior in 1946, then left to start his own fashion house in 1949. He was known for his bold geometric designs, which are often described as ignoring the female form. Cardin was the first haute couture designer to open a ready-to-wear boutique and to put his clothing line in department stores, and also the first to license his name to a wide variety of lifestyle goods.
His first fragrance, Pierre Cardin Pour Monsieur, launched in 1972. Other fragrances include Choc de Cardin (1981), Rose Cardin (1990), Enigme (1993), Insatiable (1995), Revelation (2004).
Recent fragrance releases include Emotion for women (2005), Emotion for men (2006), Revelation Energy (2007), Pierre Cardin Pour Homme & Pierre Cardin Pour Femme (2007), Pierre Cardin Pour Homme Winter Edition & Pour Femme Winter Edition (2008), Pierre Cardin Collection Cèdre-Ambré & Iris Sauvage (2009), Cuir Intense (2009).
The Pierre Cardin fragrance license is currently held by Coty.
Website: Pierre Cardin
Pilar & Lucy
Los Angeles-based line of fragrances. Currently three offerings: To Twirl All Girly, The Exact Friction of Stars and Tiptoeing Through Chambers of the Moon.
Website: Pilar & Lucy
Fragrances for the men's magazine, made under license to Coty.
Fragrances were introduced in 2008 with Hollywood, Malibu, Miami and Vegas. Recent launches include Ibiza (2009), New York (2010), Play It Lovely, Play it Sexy & Play It Spicy (2010), London Playboy (2011), Play It Rock (2011), Berlin Playboy (2012), Playboy VIP Her & Playboy VIP Him (2012), Play It Pin Up (2013), Super Playboy (2013) Play It Pin Up 2014 (2014), Playboy VIP Black Edition (2014), #Generation (2014), Play It Sexy Pin Up (2015), Playboy VIP Platinum (2015), Play It Wild (2015).
Website: Playboy Fragrances
Potter & Moore
UK-based toiletries line founded in 1749. The company has since changed hands several times, I am not sure who owns it at the moment.
See review for Orange Blossom and Amber Scented Candle.
Website: Potter & Moore
Cosmetics and skincare company founded as a division of Estee Lauder in 1979 and discontinued in 2009. The first Prescriptives fragrance, Calyx, was introduced in 1986, and is still on the market as Clinique Calyx.
Other releases include Calyx Sheer Exhilaration (2009).
Perfume house established by Russian Prince Georges Matchabelli and his wife, Princess Norina Matchabelli, and probably best known for Wind Song (1952). The house was sold in 1936 and has since had several owners; it is currently held by Parfums de Coeur, a manufacturer of designer fragrance dupes.
Recent releases include Sexiest Musk (2008).
Where to buy: chain discount stores and drugstores.
Website: Prince Matchabelli (Parfums de Coeur)
Profumi del Forte
Niche line from Italy. Initial offerings included four fragrances: Marconi 3, Roma Imperiale, Tirrenico and Vittoria Apuana.
Recent releases include Forte + Forte (2008), By Night White, By Night Black (2009), Versilia Vintage: Boisé & Ambra Mediterranea (2009), Versilia Aurum & Versilia Platinum (2010), Parfum 150 (2011), Colonia del Forte 1265, Colonia del Forte 1452 & Colonia del Forte 1475 (2012), Fiorisia & Frescoamaro (2012), Vaiana Dea (2013), Prima Rugiada (2014), Mythical Woods (2016), Toscanello & Vetiver Moderno (2017), Corpo Caldi (2019).
Where to buy: in the US at Luckyscent, in Germany at First in Fragrance.
Website: Profumi del Forte
Profumi di Pantelleria
Italian niche line from the island of Pantelleria. The first fragrance, Il Profumo di Pantelleria, launched in 1998, and was followed by Dammuso, Nica, Aire, among others.
Recent releases include Maestrale (2006), Tanit (2007), Approdo (2009), Corallo & Passum (2012).
Where to buy: in the US at Luckyscent.
Italian niche line established in 1996 by the grandchildren of Celestino and Lucia Durante, who had established a chain of stores featuring hand-made soaps, fragrances and the like. Today the Profumum line produces 15+ fragrances, has several boutiques in Rome and is sold in selected stores across Italy.
Recent releases include Volo AZ 686 & Alba (2007), Olibanum & Acqua Viva (2007), Dambrosia (2008), Vanitas (2008), Aquae Nobilis & Oxiana (2009), Ninfea (2010), Arso & Battito d’ali(2011), Eccelso & Dolce Acqua (2011), Rosae Mundi (2012), Sorriso (2013), Tagete (2014), Orangea (2015), Audace (2015), Meringa (2015, exclusive to Osswald), Note di Profumum Osa Re, Meraviglia Re, Luce, Vet G16, Amante and Luci Dell Est (2016 / 2017), Sabbia Bianca (2018 version).
Where to buy: at Luckyscent.
French line of bath, body and fragrance items.
Website: Provence Sante
Providence Perfume Co
Indie natural line established by Charna Ethier around 2010. Fragrances include Cocoa Tuberose, Indolice, Tabac Citron, Divine, Ginger Lily, Gypsy, Lei Flower and Osmanthus Oolong.
Recent releases include Eva Luna (2011), Rose Bohème (2011), Hindu Honeysuckle (2012), Divine Noir (2012), Moss Gown (2012), Mousseline Pêche (2013), Branch & Vine (2013), Samarinda (2014), Bay Rum (2014), Orange Blossom Honey, Summer Yuzu, Rose 802, Ivy Tower, Sweet Jasmine Brown & Violet Beauregarde (2014), Provanilla (2015), Love-In-A-Mist (2016), Tangerine Thyme (2016), Heart of Darkness (2016), Vientiane (2018), Lemon Liada (2018), Sedona Sweetgrass (2018).
Where to buy: at Beautyhabit or Parfum1.
Website: Providence Perfume Co
See Emilio Pucci.
German athletic-wear manufacturer established in 1924. Fragrances include Puma Woman & Puma Man (2002), Puma Flowing (2003), Puma Jamaica (2004), Puma Red & White, Puma Create (2006).
Recent releases include Puma Aqua (2007), I'm Going (2007), Jamaica2 (2008), Free Flowing Woman & Free Flowing Man (2008), Urban Motion (2009), Animagical (2010), Puma Jam! (2011), Puma Green & Puma Yellow (2012), Puma Sync (2013), Time to Play (2014).
Puma fragrances are produced under arrangements with Procter & Gamble. In 2015, the license will move to L'Oreal.
Italian color cosmetics line. Fragrances were introduced in 1991 with Fiorilu.
Recent perfumes include Pupa Flower in Red (2007), Yes Gold (2007), Yes Silver (2009).