Toujours Moi (Forever Me) was launched in 1924 by the French fragrance house of Corday. This Oriental Floral fragrance was popular worldwide for decades. Composer Harry Revel was so impressed by the perfume, that in 1948 he devoted several musical compositions to six Corday perfumes, called Perfume Set To Music.
Link to the compositions is here:
Read more about this collaboration at the exceptional blog of Yesterday's Perfume:
Orange Flower, Lavender, Honey;
Jasmine, Carnation, Lilac, Spice;
Olibanum, Benzoin, Musk, Patchouli, Vetiver.
Offered is an exceptionally rare 8oz/240ml bottle of vintage parfum de toilette (Eau de Corday), dated to the 1960s. It is by the house of Corday. It can be used or vaulted. The photo of the open box is only for reference, to show the style of the flacon within. You will receive the sealed box as shown in the main photo. Please contact us for more detailed information or if you have any questions.