Welcome to the Club: Clubman has been synonymous with good grooming since 1810. To say that the Pinaud brand and its Clubman line of fine men&rsquo-s toiletries have staying power is an understatement. After all- men have been using the products since 1810 when Edouard Pinaud- a perfumer- opened a shop in Paris. The house of Ed Pinaud- as it was called- sold perfumes- shaving soaps- creams- ace and complexion powders and dozens of other beauty and grooming products. Pinaud&rsquo-s specialties included the Eau de Quinine- a fragrance for hair- as well as perfumes by the name of Violette Reine- Brise embaumee Violette- Boquet de Foscarina- Genet d&rsquo-Or and Marie Louise. Pinaud also served as the perfumer for the court of Napoleon III and created his first aftershave- Lilac Vegetal for the Hungarian calvalry. He later launched his Clubman line of products- commissioning an artist to create the trademark dapper Frenchman for the labels.