Eight and Bob
During the early 20th century, Albert Fouquet, son of a Parisian aristocrat and a perfume connoisseur, concocted various essences for his own use.
When American student John F. Kennedy met Fouquet on the Cotes d'Azur in the 1930s, he was fascinated by his hand-crafted scent. When he returned to the US, JFK requested eight samples — “and if your production allows, another one for Bob”. The packaging pays tribute to Fouquet's loyal butler Philippe— the only other person who knew the cologne's formula— who in WWII to hide his final shipment of bottles inside books that he carefully cut by hand.
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