While researching the vast vintage Guerlain catalogue, Thierry Wasser was able to reveal that historically, the olfactive creativity of the Guerlain family was not restricted entirely to the appointed master noses, Aimé and Jacques Guerlain. Aimé's brother, Gabriel Guerlain, signed the formula for the amber fragrance Excellence (1890), and Jacques' brother, Pierre Guerlain, was the man behind Rue de la Paix (1908).
Also, Jacques' son and eventually the father of Jean-Paul, Jean-Jacques Guerlain, composed the two floral fragrances Guerlilas (1930) and Guerlarose (1934). Finally, Raymond's brother, Jean-Pierre Guerlain, who worked as the brand's manager, created the perfume Loin de Tout (1933), although it's uncertain if his fragrance was ever commercialized.
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