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|Died||October 2, 1868(aged 57)|
|Other names||Ed. Pinaud|
|Known for||Perfumes, Cosmetics, Watches, Joailleries and Aromatherapy|
Édouard Pinaud (Abbeville, 29 December 1810 - 1868) was a French businessman who founded the Ed. Pinaud perfume house and cosmetics company in 1830 in Paris.
In 1870 Pinaud's friend Emile Meyer took over management of the company, and in the 1880s the company was handed to Meyer's son-in-law Victor Klotz.
Pinaud manufactures the popular Clubman men grooming products.