Nafia was born in Bangladesh and now lives in the London We have spoken with several Muslim men about fragrance. Let’s have a look at a woman’s perspective as we follow Nafia’s fragrant journey through the olfactive infrastructure of London. We will also take side-trips to Bangladesh and Qatar.
Kathleen’s latest book could have been named after you, yes, you, and you and you and you; it is called The Perfume Collector. Maybe you will find yourself in the plot as well as in the title.
There is a man that just has to mention the name of a perfume and it magically appears in his life…
My goal with Arquiste is to create Art for the skin; an artistic, ‘emotional’ experience on your skin – Carlos Huber
Arabian and Islamic Views on Fragrance Part 3
Clarifications and Quotes as well as various views from the west .
Many of you will be familiar with the smell of synthetic Oud in modern perfumes. This is not what we are talking about. We are talking about oud from nature, from a tree. Most of you would not have come across this smell in daily life unless you have spent some time in an Islamic culture. We will explore this culture today through the prism of scent.
The Islamic community is international, trans-racial, and when it comes to fragrance… trans-gender.
– Thomas Kruger
Today we are in tropical, leafy Singapore talking with Woon Tai Ho, the author of Riot Green. We also take a side-trip to Bhutan for a mountain-top scent experience, view some pieces from Tai Ho’s art collection and ponder on Love, Art and personal scenting.
The Jatamansi Awards 2013
Ce soir dans Le Salon Parfumé nous échangeons avec Clarisse Monereau, une femme d’affaire francaise immigrante au Canada et fondatrice de la première école en parfumerie au Québec.