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Journey through the story of our legacy as trailblazers of beauty; explore our Mayfair salon roots and the making of a royal flagship.
Pioneering Botanical Beginnings
Our story starts on South Molton Street as small-scale artisans, hand-pouring natural hair care products in the basement of our salon. Herbal formulations and captivating fragrances laid the foundation of our philosophy.
Launched as one of Britain’s first luxury hand washes, ‘Bubbling Orange Grove’ as it was then known became recognised for its unforgettable citrus fragrance. Now known as the beloved Orange & Bergamot, our original collection is still a bestseller and an unmistakable icon.
A Lifestyle Destination
Leading the way in culture and style, our South Molton Street store became much more than a salon. With our in-house vegetarian café and blossoming flowers in the window, the atmosphere in the salon drew a cult following of music’s glitterati, film stars and the fashion world’s most elite.
Molton Brown led the way, and really focused on the individual. Everyone was unique.
Joseph Koniak, son of the Molton Brown founders
London via The World
A fascination into the wonders of exploratory travel; each creation is intricately composed with rare ingredients from across the globe, with our bath and body luxuries found at some of the world’s most distinguished hotels.
Fragrance in Focus
We collaborate with the most exciting perfumers, giving them freedom to create truly unique fragrances. Working with Master Perfumer, Jacques Chabert since 1993, his expressive approach has given us our award-winning Re-charge Black Pepper.
Today & Beyond
Growing from small-scale artisans into an international luxury brand today, our heart remains in London with a flagship home on Regent Street. Expertly created fragrance collections proudly hold a Royal Warrant for the supply of toiletries by appointment to Her Majesty the Queen.