Award-Winning Master Perfumer Christophe Laudamiel will be hosting a provocative reveal reception at Perfumarie. Meet Laudamiel as he shares the fragrance formula for his olfactive portrait of Hemingway. Laudamiel will also introduce Sailors, a brand new addition to his line The Zoo, along with a discussion on his Code of Ethics for Fragrance Transparency.
This is a first-in-the-world behind-the-curtain presentation that is not to be missed (especially if you are a Journalist, C-Suite beauty executive, product development specialist, Collector, or v/blogger.
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Below: HEMINGWAY in 6 -Major TEXT, FORMULA and presentation in gallery burnt by cigar buds and with real whisky stains
Our Resident Olfactory Artist Christophe is a French master perfumer, scent sculptor and chemist champion based in New York City. Founding member of DreamAir® studios and the creative mind behind newly launched The Zoo® brand, he is known for his avant-garde work, establishing a trail of signature, high-end fragrances of all kinds, often doubled with special technologies or artistic stretch-the-boundaries initiatives.
“In my opinion, he is the greatest inventor of novel perfume structures working today,” Luca Turin wrote (2016). Perfumers & Flavorists called him last year Perfumer of the Future. He is the only perfumer officially represented by 2 art galleries (New York and Berlin) and the first ever winner of the Los Angeles Institute for Art and Olfaction Award for “Exceptional Contribution to Scent Culture” (2017).
His collaborations with some of the largest institutions in the world from fashion houses including several American Top Ten, renown universities, embassies and museums are second to none.
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When you enter the Luigi Borrelli showroom in Milan, just a few steps from Piazza San Babila, the air you breathe is special. The suits of the spring summer 2019 collection are on display, with classic and brighter colors alternating, but above all it is the impalpable perfume that comes from the fine fabrics that is perceived. It is no coincidence that the Royal Collection of fragrances bears the name of three of the noblest fabrics used by the well known Neapolitan tailoring house.