Antonio Puig Castelló founds Antonio Puig S.A.
Launch of Milady Lipstick (first lipstick manufactured in Spain).
Launch of Agua Lavanda Puig, a landmark fragrance.
Construction of a new factory and headquarters in Travessera de Gràcia (Barcelona).
Launch of L'Air du Temps by Nina Ricci, an enduring success.
Antonio, Mariano, Josep María and Enric Puig Planas, the family's second generation, joins the company.
Mariano Puig Planas authorizes construction of a factory in the Besós Industrial Park, to keep pace with the company's international expansion.
Puig establishes offices in the United States.
Launch of Moana, a leader in bath and shower gels.
Creation of the Paco Rabanne Parfums division in France.
Launch of Agua Brava.
Launch of Calandre, the first Paco Rabanne perfume for women.
Launch of Azur, long a leading feminine fragrance.
Puig establishes a subsidiary in the United Kingdom.
Creation of Paco Rabanne Pour Homme, a revolutionary men's fragrance.
Launch of Estivalia, bolstering the sophisticated image of Puig products.
Construction of the Puig perfume factory in Chartres (France).
Puig establishes a subsidiary in Panama.
Quorum, the company's most international line, wins Best Packaging of the Year at the FiFi Awards (New York).
Puig acquires the entire Paco Rabanne business, including fashion and accessories.
Launch of the first Carolina Herrera designer fragrance.
Acquisition of the Carolina Herrera New York fashion division.
Launch of 212 by Carolina Herrera New York.
License agreement with Antonio Banderas and launch of Diavolo.
Creation of Puig in Chile.
Acquisition of the Nina Ricci fragrance and fashion business.
CEO Mariano Puig hands over the reins of the company to the Executive Board.
Puig present in Asia-Pacific.
Acquisition of Myrurgia, the Spanish fragrance company, owner of brands such as Adolfo Domínguez, Agatha Ruiz de la Prada and Mango.
Puig signs a joint venture with Chalhoub in the Middle East.
Antonio Puig SA acquires GAL.
Puig establishes subsidiaries in Argentina and Belgium.
Puig signs an agreement to develop fragrances for Comme des Garçons.
Sales outside of Spain exceed 50 percent of the company's total business.
Puig and Prada create a joint venture to manufacture and distribute Prada fragrances.
Marc Puig is named CEO.
Marc Puig is appointed Chairman and CEO.
Launch of 1 Million by Paco Rabanne, a worldwide success.
Puig enters joint venture with Shakira to launch fragrances.
Puig relaunches the Valentino fragrance business. Puig establishes subsidiaries in Russia and Brazil.
Puig acquires a majority stake in the French fashion house,
Jean Paul Gaultier.
Inauguration of new headquarters on the Champs-Élysées in Paris. Launch of Invictus, a fragrance for men by Paco Rabanne.
Harvard University writes a case study on Puig.
Puig celebrates its 100th anniversary.
Inauguration of Puig Tower, the company's new corporate headquarters in Barcelona.
Puig acquires Penhaligon's and L'Artisan Parfumeur
Puig fully Integrates Jean Paul Gaultier fragrances.