13. September 2014 · Comments Off on Video on the making of Vetiver in Haiti · Categories: Article, Research, Uncategorized

04. September 2014 · Comments Off on Interview with Jean-Claude Ellena · Categories: Article, Interview, Research

I came across this 2009 Research Report from Institut Francais de la Mode on iTunesU and thought it might be of interest to others. I always find Jean Claude Ellena’s perspective interesting.

Interviews with:
Jean-Claude Ellena : Perfume up against the market
Annick Le Guérer: Perfume, from Egyptian temples to the temples of consumption

Frédéric Walter: Art and Perfume: from fascination to co-creation
Catherine Têtu : Perfumes on the edge of the mass market

Download .pdf here:

Research Report iTunesU Perfume

29. August 2014 · Comments Off on Sherwood Park perfumer a rare Canuck in a secretive field · Categories: Article

Janey Ganson (local Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada) has created a perfume line. Her company My Daughter Fragrances works with Jessica in Grasse.

Here is her company website

Here is a recent article about her in the Edmonton Journal newspaper.

Sherwood Park perfumer a rare Canuck in a secretive field

Here is an article in Beauty Bliss Magazine

 

14. August 2014 · Comments Off on The Met Conductor Fabio Luisi Seduced by Creating his Own Perfumes – NYTimes.com · Categories: Article

The Met Conductor Fabio Luisi Seduced by Creating his Own Perfumes – NYTimes.com.

18. June 2014 · Comments Off on Imagine Life Without Smell · Categories: Article

 

 

Scientists at Philadelphia’s world-renowned Monell Chemical Senses Center explore the mechanisms and functions of taste and smell to benefit human health and well-being. No organization is better suited to carry out scientific research designed to achieve the ultimate goal of developing treatments for anosmia.

17. June 2014 · Comments Off on Harvard Professor To Send The World’s First “Scent Message” Across The Pond · Categories: Article, Research

Harvard Professor To Send The World’s First “Scent Message” Across The Pond

30. May 2014 · Comments Off on The power of perfume – Study shows it increases attractiveness! · Categories: Uncategorized

The power of perfume – Study shows it increases attractiveness!.

15. May 2014 · Comments Off on Jazmin Saraϊ · Categories: Article

Very fun mixture of music and scent.

Jazmin Saraϊ.

“Classically trained at the Grasse Institute of Perfumery, Dana El Masri is inspired by songs that hold sentimental appeal for her. She creates perfumes with vibrance, made with quality ingredients and genuine affection.

Her personal collection blends melodies of the past and the present through scent and music – crafting a playful symphony of fragrances influenced by her background as a singer and songwriter.

Now back in Montreal, Dana continues to grow and evolve as a perfumer while sharing her love for music, culture, and scent on her blog www.thescentinel.com”

03. May 2014 · Comments Off on Why are there no great men’s fragrances any more? – Telegraph · Categories: Article

Why are there no great men’s fragrances any more? – Telegraph.

25. April 2014 · Comments Off on Music and scent in concert. · Categories: Article

Narcissus is a musical drama by composer Calliope Tsoupaki for scent and 6 musicians. This is the first time, worldwide, that both music and scent are blended as a whole, influencing each other during the creative process and during the concert.

TANJA DEURLOO is a chemist and a fragrance expert with more than 20 years of experience in sensory branding. She is the owner of Annindriya Perfume Lounge, an, independent company specialised in scent and fragrance and also the first ‘haute perfumery’ in the Netherlands.. She also gives technical advice with regard to scent/environment.  Deurloo  worked on special scent projects for Schiphol, Philips, Hans Ubbink Robijn (Unilever), Westfriesgasthuis, Hunkemoller en Lucas Bols, to name a few.

via Calliope Tsoupaki.

 

NARCISSUS:  Play for music and scent, composed by Calliope, music by Nieuw Amsterdams Peil
Tanja Deurloo (scent expert)
Petra Blaisse (stage)
Gerard Bouwhuis, piano
Heleen Hulst, violin
Mick Stirling, cello
Lars Wouters van den Oudenweijer, bass clarinet
Ron Schaaper, horn
Astrid Haring, harp

CALLIOPE TSOUPAKI is a composer who comes from 2 different worlds: Greek roots and she got her musical training from Boulez, Stockhause, Feldman and Louis Andriessen. With Andriessen she studied composition at the Koninklijke Conservatorium  in The Hague.
Her oeuvre consists of 70 pieces, ranging from solo work to operas and orchestral pieces. Her most successful pieces include the Lukas Passie for the Holland Festival, Maria (Nederlands Blazers Ensemble). She also composed the mini opera Vesuvius 1927 for the Dutch television programme, De Wereld Draait Door. She has more than 15 Cd’ s to her credit.

21. April 2014 · Comments Off on Jean Carles – A method of creation and perfumery · Categories: Uncategorized

Jean Carles: perfumer and educator. Some of his achievements include Canoe, Ma Griffe, L’Air du Temps, and Cabochard.

Givaudan School

A method of creation and perfumery documents.

Jean Carles Complete

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