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Ingrid. in three weeks, she will make a first public appearance

In three weeks from now, hard to believe, I will be in Los Angeles, together with Brian Pera, attending the official launch get together at the Scentbar for Ingrid. Ingrid will thus make her first public appearance at the occasion of the “vintage perfume party” at Luckyscent’s scentbar. I feel that this is indeed the […]

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Looking into Loretta with its 2% Tuberose absolute and what made in mainland Switzerland means

Although it is Friday, and hence theoretically a happy “creative Friday” day, I will not really be creative today. The job today consists primarily in packing perfumes: Miriam from Tableau de Parfums, and some adding more Incense xxx and Orange Star to the pile. Later in the day or tomorrow sees me mixing: Another batch […]

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an illustration on Evelyn Avenue, and a word on labels

yesterday, I was sort of proud, as I sort of managed to get all all done and more. The one larger pack with scents for the US is ready. I boxed all scents and packed them ready for shipment.  Thus, I can get the “shipper’s declaration” for dangerous goods (looks like this, pdf) done by […]

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Day 6 of the advent calendar

Welcome to day 6 of the advent calendar. Today, for the first time this season, my little jasmine bush is blooming. It’s scent: Amazing, wonderful creamy and rich, but less intense compared to a jasmine flower in the wild. Mine lives a wild life only in summer and then, by mid October, the plant needs […]

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Quo non had duce

Antonio’s perfumery in Paris is called Marie-Antoinette, like the famous wife of Monsieur le Roi, Louis XVI, both decapitated, madame on October 16 1793. When she lost her head, she was call Ms. Capet, and had sort of lost most of her priviledges beforehand. She, like many others, were wiped away by a revolution, starting […]

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on talking perfumes

Tonight, I will give a presentation for the Rotary Club, a ladies evening, with one theme: Air du désert marocain. I was asked to give this speech about 7 months ago and gladly accepted the invitation as I soon found out that I am not only welcome to talk for 45 minutes about how and […]

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Back from Pitti

So I am back from Pitti since yesterday evening and managed to send most e-mails, and ship orders and open the snail mail without major bills induced depression. It is always amazing how many bills fly in when you are gone for a couple of days, isn’t it? I took the train back, allowing me […]

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another rose painted

Here comes another rose related post, and another rose picture. But today I share a quick sketch I did this morning, in 15 minutes, behind the Xintiq, a digital drawing tablet from Wacom that I have fallen in love with a while ago. I could not spend more than a few minutes on the sketch, […]

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Loretta launch event in Los Angeles

I figured, it is time to make an announcement for the Loretta launch event in Los Angeles at the Scentbar of Luckyscent. Mark your calender and please come by and stop for a drink and a whiff of the newest release from Tableau de Parfums. I hope you will be equally excited as we are. […]

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packing

This is what I will do today: Packing Loretta from Tableau de Parfums. 50 ml flacons into boxes, with all the labels and ribbons and complimentary goodies like the Loretta DVD. I am preparing and getting ready for autumn’s launch, at Pitti Fragranze in Florence, September 14, and at Luckyscent, in Los Angeles, Friday the […]