In the 17th century, Pierre François Lubin completed his apprenticeship under Tombarelli, the perfume master of Grasse. He then trained under Jean-Louis Fargeon who served as the official perfumer to Queen Marie-Antoinette. The French Revolution brought upon change and Pierre released indulgent and bespoke fragrances sold at his boutique store in the heart of Paris. House of Lubin went on to curate fragrances for the royal courts of France, England and Russia; the illustrious House of Lubin continue to conquer the hearts of perfume lovers across the globe.