Recent in Fragrance (page 4 of 30)

Progress in Essential Oils: Myrica Gale

Adored by beavers, once found in beers of north western Germany during the Middle Ages and used as an effective insect repellant or a perfumery ingredient, myrica gale oil's constituents can shed new light to formulators on other ways it can be used in F&F.

Forward Thinking: A Sustainable Future

Recycled plastic technologies and programs, eco-friendly fashion, environmentally conscious laundry products, sustainably sourced ingredients and byproducts created from waste are just a few of the many current sustainable initiatives.

Christophe Laudamiel: Perfumer of the Future

Christophe Laudamiel has spent his career eagerly embracing what he sees as the future of fragrance, and in some ways he already lives there.

Journey to the Essence: Interview with Mane

New extraction processes paired with innovative botanical research is what keeps MANE moving forward in the world of naturals. We sit down with MANE’s team to discuss how sustainability, biotechnology and consumer insights play a role in the company’s pursuit of natural in flavors and fragrances.

‘Sea’sonal Notes Ride Oceanic Wave

The breezy, refreshing and invigorating scents derived from the ocean provide a nice alternative to other summer fragrances, and are "shore" to bring back memories of days spent on the beach.

Chanel to Release New Fragrance for First Time in 15 Years

Gabrielle by Chanel will launch on September 1, 2017, and features notes of white floral and citrus.

[Podcast] An Expansion of Perfume Culture With Luca Turin and Tania Sanchez

In the next episode of Two Sense, Perfumer & Flavorist sits down with biophysicist and perfume expert Luca Turin and his wife Tania Sanchez. Topics discussed include promoting niche fragrances, an expansion of perfumery culture and the science of scent.

The Juice: Journey to the Heart of Perfumery

Through hard work and some serendipity, Stéphanie Bakouche extended her fragrance career across a wide range of positions, from trainer to evaluator and finally, perfumer. Her journey was the perfect primer for the significant next step of starting her own perfumery consulting business, Sensaba.

Endpoint: Closing the Gaps

A brief review of the top four ways to move success forward in business.

Editor's Note: World Wide Village

Despite the fact that our population is growing (9.5 billion by 2050), our world is getting smaller and we are more connected than ever.

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