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From fine dining to fine fragrance

In collaboration with culinary magazine FOUR and niche perfumery brand Boadicea The Victorious, CPL Aromas’ global director of perfumery Christian Provenzano worked with Michelin starred Chef Jason Atherton to create the premium perfume Vetiver Imperiale.

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Talking scents with Odette Toilette

Lizzie Ostrom, aka Odette Toilette has many strings to her bow; event curator, author, blogger, purveyor of olfactory adventures and perfume obsessive. She chats to us about her fragrant events, her views of the industry and her most beloved scents.

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From ancient culture to modern luxury

With a history spanning more than 5,000 years, Arabian perfumes are steeped in exotic and local traditions. Take a walk down any of the Middle Eastern souks, be it the Khan al Khalili street in Cairo, the Sikkat al Khalili street in Dubai or the frankincense trail in Dhofar and Salalah in Oman, it will surely be one smelly affair that you won’t forget.

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Fashionably fragrant

Since 2001, CPL Aromas have been fortunate enough to be associated with London College of Fashion. Over the past sixteen years, we have benefited from the creative designs of many of the world’s most gifted fashion students that have attended the college.

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The niche market: How to stay original, bold and daring

Over the last ten years niche fragrances have experienced a great success and the market is expected to continue to grow. In fact, it is the best performing category within the global prestige fragrance market and the fastest-growing segment, estimated to represent as much as 10% of the total prestige fragrance annual sales.

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'Smells are like quicksilver': James Craven of Les Senteurs Perfumery

James Craven is a Fragrance Archivist at Les Senteurs, the UK’s first niche fragrance boutique founded in 1984. A pioneer of niche fragrance, Les Senteurs has always advocated the ‘slow’ selling of fragrance, giving customers the time and opportunity to learn about perfume. James writes widely on the connection between smells, fragrance, history and memory.

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Trend: The Rice Accord

As scents that seem to blend with the skin have grown in popularity, so too have rice accords. With nutty, grassy and earthy facets, the subtle scent of rice seems to enhance the odour of skin and adds soft and soothing textures to a fragrance.

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Naturality

Natural-feeling fragrances are increasingly present across household, personal care and fine fragrance categories. Why is this and where will it take perfumery?

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An interview with: Amanda Carr

"The big fragrance brands have finally woken up to the fact that the consumer wants something more adventurous, interesting and authentic from their fragrance." What's next for fragrance brands? We asked retail trend forecast, freelance writer and blogger Amanda Carr.

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