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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.

Get Fresh with the Eucalyptus Oil Market

Fragrances and cosmetics are feeling funky fresh with the eucalyptus oil market as it is starting to boom all around the world. Eucalyptus oil has a variety of benefits and can be utilized as an ingredient for dietary supplements, capsules and more.

Firmenich Appoints Julien Firmenich as VP Ingredients

Effective July 1, Julien Firmenich will serve as the vice president of ingredients for the Swiss F&F house.

Fragrance-Loving Women Rely on Emotion

Women love to treat themselves to new fragrances frequently, according to Scentiments data. Men, on the other hand, don't shake up their fragrance choices as often.

Firmenich to Acquire Agilex Fragrances

Expanding further into the United States, Firmenich acquires Agilex Fragrances, of Piscataway, New Jersey. The deal is expected to close by the end of the year and financial terms have not been released.

Meeting Perfume at the Crossroads With The Institute for Art & Olfaction

The Institute for Art and Olfaction (IAO) offers an intimate space for one to explore fragrance and develop a personal language with fragrance.

IFRANA Urges D.C. Regulations That Make 'Scents'

US fragrance creators came together in Washington, D.C, to advocate for the protection of fragrance jobs and stress the industry's commitment to safety and consumer choice.

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