A fragrance collection with a noteworthy history, Eight & Bob was created by Albert Fouquet: a charming French Aristocrat, world traveler, and perfume connoisseur. During the summer of 1937, Fouquet had a brief encounter with an American student visiting the French Riviera. The young student was so captivated by his scent that Fouquet agreed to drop off a sample of the fragrance at the young student's hotel later that evening. Upon returning to the States and receiving countless compliments on his scent, the student wrote a letter to Fouquet requesting "eight samples and if possible, another one for Bob". Pleased by the student's request, Fouquet labeled the bottles “Eight & Bob” and packed them in boxes decorated is the same shirt pattern the student was wearing when they met. Within a few months, Fouquet was flooded by requests for "Eight & Bob" as it turned out the young student was John F. Kennedy, and the scent had now not only become beloved by the Kennedy family, but desired by Hollywood's most elite.
Today, thanks to its range of exquisite fragrances and notable history, EIGHT & BOB has once again become one of the most exclusive colognes, preferred by the world’s most elegant men.