About Eau d'Italie
Their meeting coincided with the 50th anniversary of Le Sirenuse, Marina's family hotel which had been founded by her father
and his siblings in 1951.
Two years later Eau d'Italie’s signature scent was born, and what had started as a simple anniversary celebration began its dazzling journey: within weeks Eau d'Italie the
And it was only a matter of a few more months until they started getting requests for Eau d'Italie's gorgeous body care collection, which up to then had been exclusive to Le Sirenuse and available only to the guests of the hotel.
Very soon there were celebrities, trend-setters and people in the know wearing Eau d'Italie.
Marina and Sebastián had obviously succeeded in their intent, and in fact the success was so unexpectedly huge that they decided to leave their previous occupations (she, a documentary film maker, he, a writer and journalist), and started working full time on fragrances.
After managing to put Positano in a bottle with Eau d'Italie, they dedicated their attention to creating a contemporary rose fragrance, and thus was born Paestum Rose, the second fragrance of the family. Soon after came the evocations of autumn and winter in Tuscany and Umbria, with Sienne l'Hiver and Bois d'Ombrie, followed by a spicy celebration of Venice with Baume du Doge, and a declaration of love for Rome, with Magnolia Romana.
Looking back, it's nice to think it all started as a simple celebration of Le Sirenuse!