<dfn id="xlvbz"><listing id="xlvbz"><menuitem id="xlvbz"></menuitem></listing></dfn>

          <form id="xlvbz"><nobr id="xlvbz"><meter id="xlvbz"></meter></nobr></form>

          Avon perfumes and colognes

          Avon Logo
          Country: United States
          Main activity: Cosmetics
          Brand website: link
          Parent company: Natura &Co

          Avon Products Inc. began as The California Perfume Company in 1886, when the Union Publishing House changed both its name and the focus of its business from publishing to perfumes and cosmetics. The direct sales model still used by the Avon company today began with the California Perfume Company's earliest representative, Mrs. P.F.E. Albee. The company's first sales brochure was published in 1896. By 1902, the company had 10,000 sales representatives and was a pioneer in creating career opportunities for women at a time when most women did not work outside the home or were limited to clerical and domestic work.

          The first products to bear an Avon brand name were launched in 1928. The California Perfume Company filed for its first "Avon" trademark on a beauty product in 1932, and officially changed its name to Avon in 1939.

          Avon became a publicly-traded stock company in 1946, and expanded its business around the world over the second half of the 20th century.

          In 2011, the company celebrated 125 years of business and has over six million sales representatives operating in more than 100 countries today. The company remains relevant in today's market through its use of technology for its products and for marketing, and has reached a new generation of customers through its use of celebrity spokesmodels such as Reese Witherspoon, Courtney Cox and Patrick Dempsey.

          Avon expanded its offering to the youth market with the introduction of a new brand, mark, in 2003.

          Perfumes have long been a staple in the Avon line, from the California Perfume Company's "Little Dot Set" of fragrances to the celebrity-endorsed fragrances offered by the company in the 21st century.

          Designer Avon has 926 perfumes in our fragrance base. Avon is an old perfume house. The earliest edition was created in 1934 and the newest is from 2020. Avon fragrances were made in collaboration with perfumers Marion Costero, Stephen Nilsen, Frank V?elkl, Adilson Rato, Nathalie Feisthauer, Olivier Cresp, Harry Fremont, Firmenich, Jean-Pierre Subrenat, Jerry Caiazzo, Bruno Jovanovic, Calice Becker, Ellen Molner, Ann Gottlieb, Rodrigo Flores-Roux, Annie Buzantian, Carmita Magalh?es, Sonia Constant, Reese Witherspoon, Honorine Blanc, Alexis Grugeon, Nathalie Benareau, Carlos Vinals, Maurice Roucel, Pascal Gaurin, Clement Gavarry, Yann Vasnier, Ilias Ermenidis, Yves Cassar, Frank Voelkl, Steve DeMercado, Christian Truc, Bernard Ellena, IFF, Jean-Marc Chaillan, Corinne Cachen, Ver?nica Casanova, Jean-Louis Grauby, Gabriela Chelariu, Laurent Le Guernec, Pierre Negrin, Pascal Guarin, Emilie (Bevierre) Coppermann, Alexandra Carlin, Caroline Sabas, Jacques Huclier, Michelle DeFina, Adriana Medina-Baez, David Apel, Franzizka Pérez Areias, Louis Truc, Carlos Benaim, Loc Dong, Eurico Mazzini, Richard Herpin, Barbara Zoebelein, Carmita Magalhaes, Veronica Casanova, Mackenzie Reilly, Leandro Petit, Olivier Gillotin, Fanny Grau, Guillaume Flavigny, Delphine Jelk, Cleber Bozzi, Christelle Laprade, David Appel, Isaac Sinclair, Rafael Marano, Johannes Feser, Didier Gaffet, Martin Koh, Nathalie Lorson, Alberto Morillas, Vera Vanori, Christopher Sheldrake and Domitille Michalon Bertier.

          (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});