A timeless French Perfume Maison with more than a hundred years of creative heritage

1901


Julien-Joseph Godet founded the Maison Godet in 1901.

For him, the composition of a perfume goes hand in hand with artistic creativity. The result is not guided by a desire for consensus, but by the instinct and the search for rare and high quality natural ingredients.

1908


Julien-Joseph Godet met the painter Pierre Bonnard.

Pierre Bonnard’s wife, Marthe, chose Fleurs de Reine as her exquisite perfume.

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1920


Grand opening of the first Godet boutique in Paris, rue de Rivoli.

Julien-Joseph Godet was introduced to Henri Matisse by Pierre Bonnard.

1921


Petite Fleur Bleue is launched.

A pure and delicate perfume with hints of rose centifolia,
jasmine and cedar wood.

petite fleur bleue

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1925


Henri Matisse’s muse, Henriette Darricarrère was wearing Folie Bleue in 1925.

Folie Bleue won the gold medal
at Paris’ Art exhibition.

folie bleue

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1951


In 1951, “Par Amour” is created, to ask the woman of his life to marry him.

This intangible wedding ring, in the form of a scented trail, is the image of timeless beauty: an oriental rose that never ceases to bloom triggered by vanilla and tonka bean.

2016


Sonia Godet, 4th generation, takes over in 2016.

Following in the footsteps of her ancestors, Sonia is committed to making perfume a true work of art, achieved to the finest details: each bottle is blown and shaped by a master glassmaker and flowers are macerated and distilled according to ancestral ways.