The invention of happiness
In 1862, two brothers-in-law Armand Roger and Charles Gallet in turn inherited the precious original Eau de Cologne, copied many times and yet never equalled.
In Paris, the Opéra Garnier was built, Zola wrote Au Bonheur des Dames. In this excitement, the two partners founded the Roger&Gallet house and never stopped innovating, inventing and dreaming.
In their wake are born a profusion of scents, a whirlwind of perfumes and toiletry essentials that delight the elegant: from soaps to facial care, from make-up to the first lip balms, products where the smile, the joy of living are , for Roger&Gallet, second nature.