Jacques Guerlain (1874-1963) was the nephew of Aimé Guerlain. He created some of Guerlain's (and the world's) best-known fragrances, including the iconic classics Mitsouko, Shalimar and L'Heure Bleue.
Perfumer Ernest Beaux famously said of Jacques Guerlain, "When I use vanilla, I make crème caramel, when he uses vanilla, he makes Shalimar."1
For more background, see the listing for Guerlain under Perfume Houses.
Perfumes created by Jacques Guerlain
Apres L’Ondee (1906)
Cachet Juane (1937)
Champs Elysees (1904, original version)
Le Jardin de Mon Cure (1895)
Le Quai Aux Fleurs (1948)
L’Heure Bleue (1912)
Mouchoir de Monsieur (1904)
Pois de Senteur (1917)
Quand Vient L'Ete (1910)
Sous Le Vent (1933)
Viola Pourquoi J'Aimais Rosine (1900)
Violette Madame (1901)
Vol de Nuit (1933)
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1. This quote is widely reported and I'm afraid I do not know the original source; possibly it's apocryphal.