It is the last stop on Rei Kawakubo's entrepreneurial journey; a genesis of the Parisian adaptation of Dover Street Market, between architecture and idealistic reasoning
One enhances the experience of the consumer, the other is unique to each company’s identity. A conversation with olfactive expert Dawn Goldworm, finding examples of scent branding
Fragrances for Napoleon, and a pomade made with bear grease – a place like a theatrical stage: how to stay modern and international without breaking with English tradition
How to ride the market without Instagram and without multinationals behind it? A too sweet perfume that becomes a bestseller is a contradiction in the laws of industry
France claims supremacy in the perfume arts – but once again, Italy shows it has the creative resources and the production methods to compete. Perfume culture: the Martone family
A freedom that began as a necessity, became a provocation, broke out as a revolution and then turned into ostentation – Yves Saint Laurent and one single word; Libre.
Un profumo per pochi non deve essere per tutti. Contando su questo assioma, Le Labo vince il mercato a New York. Storia di un successo nato dall'assenza di comunicazione
How much history is hidden in a perfume? A perfume distributor takes us back to the beginning of the 1900s, when Paris was in Milan’s shadow. Might history repeat itself today?