In the Eighteenth Century, King Louis XV, known as ‘Louis the Beloved’, ruled as King of France. Born in the Palace of Versailles, King Louis XV was raised around fine fragrance, as France quickly became the centre of the fragrance industry. Equestrianism was also the pride and glory of the Palace of Versailles; the King himself owned over 600 horses. During his reign, King Louis XV was offered 8 Arabian horses (Godolphin & Darly) by the King of Tunisia, which he mixed with his European breeds to create superior racehorses; which he used to compete in exclusive Royal events. Parfums de Marly delivers outstanding fragrances that bear the names of the dignified breeds of horses,that have been inspired by and pay tribute to, the perfumed court of King Louis XV. Through this original concept, Parfums de Marly rekindles the spirit of fragrances from the splendour of the Eighteenth Century.- less