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May 01, 2007 | 10:14 AM CDT
According to Euromonitor International’s latest data, fine fragrances put in a surprise appearance as a top performer in the cosmetics and toiletries market
Apr 23, 2007 | 02:50 PM CDT
By: Michelle Krell Kydd
What it means to be a perfumer in the information age and the need to communicate with consumers. According to Merriam-Webster’s online dictionary, a perfumer is defined as “one who makes or sells perfumes.” This rather simplistic definition, circa 1580, offers no insight into what a perfumer actually does.
Apr 11, 2007 | 02:07 PM CDT
Helen Feygin (Intuiscent) discusses the value of fragrance to consumer products, such as detergents and fabric softeners, and what trends are emerging.
Apr 06, 2007 | 03:01 PM CDT
According to Bell Flavors & Fragrances, the majority of today’s consumers are beginning to recognize healthy alternatives in what they consume and use on their bodies.
Apr 03, 2007 | 06:33 PM CDT
According to a new Research and Markets report, “Natural Personal Care Consumers,” almost one-third of consumers increasingly seek natural personal care products—including those boasting organic credentials
Apr 03, 2007 | 02:02 PM CDT
P&Fnow talks to author Michelle Krell Kydd about what it means to be a perfumer in the information age
Feb 19, 2007 | 03:42 PM CST
Perfume collections, celebrity-inspired fragrances and movie/book-inspired scents are some of the top trends appearing in fragrance releases today
Feb 06, 2007 | 08:21 PM CST
A new ethnic consumer report from NPD Group, The Changing Face of Beauty, highlights the fact that “‘women of color’ are diverse, rapidly changing and defy generalization"
Dec 29, 2006 | 02:43 PM CST
By: Victoria Frolova
Victoria Frolova is an editor, a fragrance consultant and the founder of boisdejasmin.com, an in-depth perfume blog containing fragrance reviews, industry interviews, essays on raw materials and perfume history. Here she presents (in no particular order) her picks for the best of the current trends in the fine fragrance world.
Dec 29, 2006 | 02:40 PM CST
By: Jeb Gleason-Allured, Editor
From “black” fragrances to limited-edition scents, the future of perfume lies in the unique and surprising. drom fragrances’ Tribeca (New York) fine fragrance studio is unique for a number of reasons, including its open floor plan and perfumers’ bar—a sort of shared work space that encourages interaction among noses.