Designer born in Paris in 1931, Pierre Dinand is « the man with 1000 bottles ».

Trained at the École Nationale des Beaux-Arts de Paris, he was the founder in 1968 of the Ateliers Dinand, a design agency, particularly specialized in the field of perfume bottle making.

From the Inrô d’Opium for Saint Laurent to the Rolls-Royce Grill for Paco Rabanne and Loris Azzaro’s beer bottles, it’s a part of the story of perfumery that Pierre Dinand tells us.

Over six decades of creation 

Pierre Dinand’s contributions to the world of fragrance bottle design cannot be overstated. His innovative designs have not only enhanced the visual appeal of perfumes but have also become collector’s items in their own right. His work has inspired a new generation of designers, who continue to push the boundaries of bottle design.

Although Dinand has achieved great success and recognition throughout his career, he remains humble and passionate about his craft. He continues to explore new avenues of creativity and collaborate with emerging perfume houses, bringing his wealth of experience and expertise to each project.

 His designs have become iconic symbols of luxury and beauty, leaving an indelible mark on the world of perfumery. Through his collaborations with renowned perfume houses, Dinand has shaped the industry and inspired future generations of designers. His legacy will continue to influence and inspire for years to come.