The Californian company American International Industries with its umbrella brand Clubman Pinaud establishes a whole series of men's grooming brands Pinaud, Club husband and Jeris, which practically can be found in every barbershop the US and around the world. The perfumer Edouard Pinaud founded the company in 1810, during the Napoleonic Period, in Paris. His salon named Ed Pinaud selling perfumes, shaving creams and a dozen other beauty products. To Pinauds specialties also scored the famous "Eau de Quinine", a hair lotion and perfume simultaneously. Pinaud also served as Hofparfümeur at the court of Napoleon III. and designed his first aftershave, called "Lilac Vegetal", the Hungarian cavalry. Later he starts with his Clubman Men's Care Series, which should adorn the silhouette of an elegant, French gentleman. The lifelong fans of products counted Bob Hope, Kirk Douglas and Donald Trump, which proves that quality never goes out of fashion.
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