This page lists perfume houses with names starting with the letter T. Perfume houses are alphabetized by first name, so that "Thierry Mugler" is listed under T. Some perfume houses have their own pages — if the name is a link, click on it.
This page was last updated on 26 February 2014.
Tableau de Parfums
See Tauer Perfumes.
Upscale London lifestyles & furnishings boutique with two fragrances, Kisu (2001) and Aki (2005).
Website: Tann Rokka
UK-based designer clothing / lifestyle brand established in the late 1980s by Raymond Stuart Kelvin (there is no actual Ted Baker associated with the brand). Fragrances are produced under licensing arrangements with KMI, and include Skinwear, Endurance, M & W (2002), Second Skin (2004), Second Scent (2005).
Website: Ted Baker
French design house established in 1951 by Ted Lapidus, who is sometimes credited with having established the "unisex look" and popularizing safari jackets. Lapidus passed away in 2008.
As of early 2008, the artistic director at Lapidus was Olivier Bespiannetto.
Fragrances include Creation (1984), Fantasme (1992), Ted (1999), Lapidus Woman (2001), TL Pour Elle, TL Pour Lui (2003), ExciTED (2005), Silk Way (2005), Altamir (2008), Lovely Fantasme (2009), Black Soul (2009), White Soul (2010), Black Soul Imperial (2011), Pour Homme Black Extreme (2012), White Soul Gold & Diamonds (2013).
Website: Ted Lapidus
Small perfumery established in Algiers in the late 1890s, and later moved to Paris; later still, the company folded. In 2005, it was reestablished with the launch of two perfumes: Oha & Julia.
Website: Teo Cabanel
Fragrances and bath & body products, including the popular Pikake and Rain scents. See review for Organic Oasis Green Coffee & Yerba Mate Stimulating Body Scrub.
The perfume line of UK-based makeup artist Terry de Gunzburg, of the By Terry beauty brand. Five fragrances were introduced in 2012: Rêve Opulent, Flagrant Délice, Lumière D’épices, Parti Pris & Ombre Mercure.
Where to buy: in the US at Barneys.
Website: Terry de Gunzburg
Men's grooming line established by Eric Malka and Myriam Zaoui Malka in 1997. Their first fragrance, Sandalwood, was introduced in 2004. The Art of Shaving was purchased by Procter & Gamble in 2009.
Recent introductions include Lemon Eau de Toilette (2006).
Where to buy: at The Art of Shaving boutiques or selected department stores (Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Barneys, Saks).
Website: The Art of Shaving
Madrid-based spa founded in 2000. Fragrances were introduced in 2008 with a collection of 4 Eaux de Cologne (Tuberose, Verveine Neroli, Jasmin and Vanille Ambar) and 4 Eaux de Parfum (Rose Vanille, Rose Epicee, Rose Neroli and Rose Sandal).
Recent releases include the 7 Scent Collection (2008).
Website: The Lab Room
Dutch fashion house established in 1984 by Hans Demoed and Geert de Rooij. The cult favorite Luctor et Emergo launched in 1998, (see also review for the Luctor et Emergo Enriched Body Cream) and was followed by A.MAZE in 2007.
Website: The People of the Labyrinths
Perfume line established by Sarah Barton-King, owner of the by-appointment-only design studio of the same name. Fragrances were introduced in 1999 with The Pink Room Parfum no. 1.
Website: The Pink Room
Bath, body & home fragrance line founded by Leslie Ross in the 1980s. See review for Apricot Quince Dishwashing Liquid & All Purpose Cleaning Spray and Azur Home Fragrance Mist.
Recent fragrance releases include Kimono Rose (2006), Azur (2007), Wild Ginger (2007), Red Cherie (2008), Naia (2009), Moonflower (2009), Ambersweet Orange (2010), Agave Nectar (2010), Filigree (2010), Bergamot Vert (2011), Garden Alchemy (2012), Lotus Santal (2012), Temple Tree Jasmine (2013), Clary Sage Tea (2013).
Website: The Thymes
Married country music singers whose fragrances are made under arrangements with Coty.
Where to buy: at mass market and drugstores.
Website: Tim McGraw
New York-based apothecary line founded in 1994 and specializing in bath & body products, candles & fragrances.
Where to buy: hamptonct or directly from the Tipton Charles website.
Website: Tipton Charles
Line of fragrances and scented bath & body products, beauty accessories. The company is owned by Denver-based illustrator Margot Elena Wells, who also founded Lollia and Love & Toast.
See review for Waltz 14.
Website: Tokyo Milk
Australian niche line established by Steven Broadhurst.
Where to buy: from the website in Australia, or Luckyscent in the US.
Website: Tommi Sooni
Line of upscale resort-casual wear established in 1992. Fragrances were introduced in 2005 with Tommy Bahama scents for men & women, followed by Tommy Bahama Very Cool for men & women in 2006.
Where to buy: at department stores and online fragrance discounters.
Website: Tommy Bahama
Fashion house established in Paris in 1969 by Rose Torrente-Mett (she retired in 2003).
Fragrances were introduced in 2002 with L'Or de Torrente. Subsequent fragrances include L'Or Rouge and My Torrente.
Recent releases include L'Or Blanc (2008).
Spanish jewelry and accessories house established in the 1920s. They are very well known in Spain, less so in the United States. Their trademark is a little bear charm.
Recent releases include Tous Touch (2006), Tous Baby (2007), Tous In Heaven (2008), H2O (2009), Tous Man Sport (2010), Tous L'Eau (2011), Sensual Touch (2012), Tous Kids Girl & Tous Kids Boy (2012), Tous Man Intense (2013), Tous Rosa (2013), Tous Garden Edition (2014).
Where to buy: in the US at dillards.
Beauty line of Tova Borgnine, wife of actor Ernest Borgnine. The line is currently owned by the television shopping channel QVC.
Fragrances were introduced with Tova (now Tova Signature) in 1982. Subsequent releases include Tova Nights (1997), Tova Body, Mind & Spirit (1992), Tova Nirvana (2002), Tova Free Spirit (2003), Tova Love Everlasting.
Where to buy: through QVC.
Tova (website defunct)
Former makeup artist who started her own color cosmetics and skincare line in the late 1970s. The company is still privately held. There are 10 numbered fragrances, including the popular no. 9, Blackberry & Vanilla Musk (2000), and a signature scent, Trish, which launched in 2002.
Where to buy: selected department stores, including Nordstrom and Neiman Marcus.
Website: Trish McEvoy
Premium denim-wear company established in 2002. Fragrances, created under licensing arrangements with New Wave Fragrances, were introduced with True Religion for Women in 2008. In 2012, the fragrance license passed to Elizabeth Arden.
Where to buy: department stores.
Website: True Religion
Italian company founded in 1911 by glove-maker Dante Trussardi; the company still produces leather goods, but also luxury goods & ready-to-wear fashions. Fragrances include Action for women (1990), Python for men (2001), Trussardi Skin (2002), Trussardi Jeans (2003), Trussardi Jeans Men (2004).
Recent introductions include Trussardi Bianco & Trussardi Inside for men and women (2006), Trussari Inside Delight (2008), Essenza del Tempo (2008), Inside Iced for men (2009), Trussardi Donna & Uomo (2011), My Land (2012), Delicate Rose (2012), My Name (2013).
Company founded by Annie Morton and Natalie Szapowalo (creators of Millefiore Natural Perfumery), and specializing in natural skincare and perfumes.
Fragrances were introduced in 2007 with Fiori d'Arancio, Ilang Ilang, Saqui, Kesu, Fleur Sauvage & Kizes.
New fragrances include Misaki (2009).
Website: Tsi La