Oriza L. Legrand
In 1720, Maison Oriza enjoyed the trust of the most illustrious and especially King Louis XV of France.
The company was the official supplier of the King and the Fargeon were famous as the perfumer of Queen Marie-Antoinette.
Since the beginning, the House received the royal warrant as the official supplier of toiletries and fragrance of the Royal Courts of France, Italy, England and The Imperial Courts of Napoléon III and Russia.
The name of the house originates from Oryza Sativa, the latin name for rice, which was part of the ingredients for rice powder, make-up and wigs.