Paloma Picasso is the youngest child of master artist Pablo Picasso and his lover, artist and writer Françoise Gilot. Paloma was surrounded by artists from a very young age and her own creative career began in 1968, when she became a costume designer in her native Paris. Her rhinestone necklaces caused acclaim among critics,and soon, Yves Saint Laurent asked her to design accessories to accompany one of his collections, and by 1971 she was working for the Greek jewelry company Zolotas. In 1980, she began designing jewelry for Tiffany and Co and soon after she launched her own brand, Paloma Picasso, and created many perfumes and designer fashion accessories, including an eponymous scent and Mon Rouge, a dramatic scarlet lipstick that became her trademark.
Paloma Picasso's perfumes are iconic, feminine and creative, just like the luxury goods designer herself.