In late 2020, Symrise surprised us all by launching a collection of 100% natural ingredients produced from vegetables for its perfumers to use in creating fragrances. A look at the origins of this innovation.
In New York’s first gallery specifically designed to present odors, Olfactory Art Keller, artist Camilla Nicklaus-Maurer presents an immersive project, a multi-dimensional tribute to Andy Warhol and The Factory.
Starting this year, the Odeuropa project will strive to constitute the first olfactory archive of Europe.
Since 2007, Symrise’s in-house school of perfumery has aimed to accompany, train and develop up-and-coming perfumers.
Whether it’s red seaweed, coconut, coffee bean or everlasting flower, these speciality fragrances produced by Mane are enriching the perfumer’s palette with unprecedented realism.
Firmenich is launching its fourth ingredient created using their white biotechnology, Dreamwood*. Through the alchemy of various substances science and nature have combined to transform sugar into a sandalwood scent.
The Atelier du Parfumeur opened its doors in Grasse in May 2019. Created by the American fragrance house, the site was designed as an artist residence for perfumers which will also be open to the public twice a year. Let’s go on a guided tour.
Recited at the Oude Kerk by Caro Verbeek, in Amsterdam, on May 19th 2019, during the annual Art & Olfaction Awards, surrounded by the scent of roses.