Slava Zaitsev took his sketches full of colorful and traditional aires Russian Haute Couture in 1978. His creative skills and the quality of their collections ready-to-wear soon led him to become the most outstanding designer of the country. At the end of the 80's, their particular versions of the Russian traditional costume were able to conquer the international markets and ten years later would make him their Slava Zaïtsev fragrances.
In 1991, the firm proposed bottling its essence and allied with the House L' Oréal to present its first essence of woman. They developed a Perfume floral oriental composed based on notes of Orchid, jasmine, amber and vanilla, the perfume Maroussia, who obtained a great success in the market which still remains. The firm continued in search of essence they respond to the tastes of their customers, and since then has developed a select collection of Slava Zaïtsev fragrances for woman that you have provided a good name in perfumery.