Cerruti is an Italian fashion house which was founded in 1881 by brothers Stefano, Antonio, and Quintino Cerruti. The brand Cerruti was officially launched in Paris, in 1967, with the opening of a boutique at Place de la Madeleine. Both menswear and womenswear are created using fabrics produced at the Lanificio Fratelli Cerruti.
Fragrances were an early and important part of the Cerruti brand. The company's first fragrance, Nino Cerruti for Men, introduced in 1978, is the first in a long line of classic fragrances. The first women's scent, Nino Cerruti Pour Femme, was launched in 1987.
The house continues today under the creative direction of Jesper Borjesson (menswear) and Richard Nicoll (womenswear). Cerruti fragrances are still in production today, under the Cerruti and Cerruti 1881 brands, in conjunction with Coty.
Cerruti has 33 perfumes in the fragrance base. Cerruti is an old perfume house. The earliest edition was created in 1978 and the newest is from 2017. Cerruti fragrances were made in collaboration with perfumers Claire Cain, Ursula Wandel, Olivier Cresp, Aurelien Guichard, Martin Gras, Michel Girard, Rodrigo Flores-Roux, Yann Vasnier, Beatrice Piquet, Norbert Bijaoui, Nathalie Gracia-Cetto, Gilles Romey, Jean-Pierre Bethouart, Harry Fremont, Antoine Lie and Jean-Claude Delville.