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Fragrance words, episode 6: Beatrix Chartier

Fragrance words, episode 6: Beatrix Chartier

Fragrance words, episode 6, features Beatrix Chartier. As usual please see down below for the french version. EPISODE 6: BEATRIX CHARTIER (EN) Beatrix Chartier is Fine Fragrances Evaluation Director at Givaudan, one of the leading Fragrance Houses in the world. During the years, Beatrix Chartier developed an unique and tremendous knowledge on Fragrances launched in the international market. She kept preciously every Fragrance she evaluated into her notes as precious reminders of her impressions. She has an “edgy eye” and…

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,…

Fragrance words episode 2, Elisabeth de Feydeau

Fragrance words episode 2, Elisabeth de Feydeau

Fragrance words is a web-serie of exclusive interviews. Twice a week we discover the vision of Perfumery experts on the Fragrance market this year, and also on future trends. You can find the original interview in French below the english translation. EPISODE 2: ELISABETH DE FEYDEAU (EN) Our second guest is Elisabeth de Feydeau. With a PhD in History, and Fragrance expert to Great luxury houses, Elisabeth De Feydeau willingly defines herself as « stories and scents hunter ». Awarded with the medal of Chevalier…

Finally the Fragrance industry has its bible…

Finally the Fragrance industry has its bible…

In november a new book about Perfumery will be launched. But this time, it will be a master reference. I remember when I was studying at the Fragrance Institute in France, that there was no books. In deed, there were no reference books like we have in many other disciplines. I always wondered why so? Several people, perfumers and consultants mostly, wrote several books about or around the Fragrance industry. But none are considered as references, in the way I…