Xerjoff Group S.p.A. also has a separate collection of vintage perfumes known as Casamorati, which aims to showcase the art of Italian perfumery. They are dedicated to recreating the legacy of Claudio Casamorati's perfume house in Italy, which was founded in the 19th century.
According to Momo, the name Xerjoff originated from a nickname given to him by his Croatian grandmother. She called him “Sir-joff” Joff, and the brand's name can also be phonetically read as Zer-Joff. The glorious perfume house of Xerjoff was launched in 2004 in extension to his design business.
His love for perfumes stemmed from his family's fascination with fragrance. His father, especially, aimed to combine perfumery with the magic of design. According to Momo, he didn’t want to come up with just another perfume line for the market. Instead, he wanted to reference an era when perfume was considered to be very intimate and personal. For him, making the bottles artistic and memorable is as important as using only the highest-quality materials. Homme and Elle from the XJ17/17 were his first perfumes. .
Each Xerjoff perfume bottle is created with artistic glassware and boasts deluxe packaging. The perfume house combines invaluable ingredients in olfactory combinations to ensure that customers can truly cherish their experience. According to Momo, he built his perfume house to honor nature as well as Italian craftsmanship. Upon combining the best natural ingredients known to mankind with advanced perfumery techniques, Xerjoff is successful in manufacturing fragrances that uphold Italian history and heritage. .
Founded by Sergio Momo and Dominique Salvo, Xerjoff is one of the most renowned niche perfume brands in the world. Known for striking the perfect balance between luxurious, expensive materials and impeccable formulation, the perfume house aims to offer incomparable value to customers. Xerjoff fragrances are made in collaboration with notable perfumers from around the world, including Chris Maurice, Jacques Flori, Miroslav Petkov, Angeline Leporini, Christian Carbonnel, Laura Santander, and Mathieu Nardin.