Perfume

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Revlon to develop fragrance collection for fashion brand AllSaints

By Deanna Utroske

Late last week Revlon announced a global licensing deal with the London fashion brand, adding AllSaints to an impressive perfume and fragrance portfolio that already includes brands like Juicy Couture, Elizabeth Taylor, and Christina Aguilera.

Givaudan’s new fragrance concept is all about food

Givaudan’s new fragrance concept is all about food

By Deanna Utroske

The global flavors and fragrance company announced its new Delight collection this month, bringing to market fragrance molecules and bases developed in tandem with Givaudan flavorists. It’s a project that’s novel for both this cross-division collaboration...

2017: The Year of Pepper Accents

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2017: The Year of Pepper Accents

By Lisa Wilson

Pink pepper, black pepper, white pepper, Sichuan pepper…2017 was the year of pepper accents in fragrance—again. Here, I explore the technical and aromatic nuances that peppers have added to fine fragrance over the past year.

The Fragrance Foundation opens nominations for 2018 awards

The Fragrance Foundation opens nominations for 2018 awards

By Deanna Utroske

Wednesday, the foundation began accepting applications for its annual award program honoring perfumers, newly launched scents, indie fragrance, bath and body collections, packaging, media and marketing campaigns, and much more. This year’s competition...

Firmenich leads the way biotech fragrance

Firmenich leads the way on biotech fragrance

By Simon Pitman

Firmenich has been an early pioneer in harbouring biotechnology to advance its portfolio of fragrance ingredients, a move that has also helped to increase efficiencies and cut its environmental impact.

Natural Notes: Where fragrance fits in the natural beauty niche

Natural Notes: Where fragrance fits in the natural beauty niche

By Deanna Utroske

Perfume, parfum, eau de toilette, cologne, body spray, essential oils—all of these are coming into conversation with the natural beauty movement. And earlier in the fragrance supply chain natural sourcing initiatives are getting very interesting.

Trends and shifts in the indie fragrance market

Trends and shifts in the indie fragrance market

By Lisa Wilson

Sugar cubes, saffron, mimosa, galbanum, plum blossom, heliotrope, sweet mint, nectar, benzoin, and animalic effects of all kinds (overdosed, of course) are just a sampling of the notes indie perfumers are playing with, as witnessed in recent independent...

FIT and Allure Magazine launch online beauty certificate program

FIT and Allure Magazine launch online beauty certificate program

By Deanna Utroske

Online learning in the cosmetics, personal care, and fragrance industries is gaining ground: L’Oreal teamed up with General Assembly on a program for the company’s marketing pros in late 2015, The Fragrance Foundation launched a perfume course early this...

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