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Fragrance words, episode 5: Luc Berriet

Fragrance words, episode 5: Luc Berriet

Episode number 5 of our exclusive web-serie “Fragrance words” is featuring Luc Berriet. As always, the french version is down below. EPISODE 5: LUC BERRIET (EN) Luc Berriet is one of the most passionate people I know in this industry. He works everyday with his heart and the bravery of his convictions. Luc Berriet works for the past 10 years for Firmenich, one of the leading worldwide Fragrance houses. As Fine Fragrance Development Director his role, as he describes it himself, is a sort of a “olfactory coach” with the Perfumers. At the beginning, he has all the Perfumer’s team to manage and, if everything goes well, one champion remains at the end of the project with whom the project is finalized. As a coach, Luc Berriet is present to stimulate, advice, guide and protect the Perfumers. It is a close collaboration and trust with them. He is also an interface between…

New 2012 luxury Spring bags – horrible!

New 2012 luxury Spring bags – horrible!

Color is a big theme for luxury handbags since last fall. Color blocking went all over the place and some brands like Prada definitely became the ambassador for color blocking. Now that Spring is coming, most of the main leather accessories brands presented their new collections. OMG, OMG, they are horrible. They all look 80’s style and we have the feeling that Brigitte Nielsen is coming back! OK, Spring is a good time for using vivid colors but this season, the ugly club is out! Let me guide you through a small tour. DIOR: It would be great… 20 years ago. The brands introduces a collaboration with the artist Anselm Reyle. He is a german artist, based in Berlin. He is known for his often large-scale abstract paintings and found-object sculptures. But here the bag collection presented is really not very elegant and some quite bad taste. The Brigitte Nielsen attitude….