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June 2019 Scented Notes by Perfumarie

June 2019

Written in the Stars

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June's scents are otherworldly and created for and by dreamers. 

It is our greatest pleasure to collaborate with the American Society of Perfumers (ASP) and host this year's springboard for future perfumers at Perfumarie.

Seven of this month's scents were created by this year's new inductees and Apprentice Perfumers. Were you able to guess which ones they were?

Each Apprentice Perfumer is excited to share their work with you and receive your feedback to learn and grow. Therefore, their creations are complimentary in exchange for a "love note". Please visit us at the studio to get your nose on this exciting body of work and join us in extending our heartfelt congratulations!

In more ways than you know, your encouragement and support will pave the way for the future of perfumery. 

~ The following scents are available by the fill while supplies last ~

By the mL By the Bottle
Golden Sandalwood, Perfume Attar
Vetiver Accord*, Darryl Do
030619 Juniper Sling, Penhaligon's by Olivier Cresp
040619 Faconnable edt, Faconnable
Shanghai Gan Ju by Delphine Perdon Rupno
Pine*, Natural Perfumer's Raw Material. "A crisp, sharp forest aroma, this oil from Bulgaria is uplifting and purifying. The pine oil is extracted from Pine needles and allows us to experience the fresh and clean aroma of a coniferous forest"
Gucci Bloom, Gucci by Alberto Morillas
080619 * * * Perfumarie Reserve * * * by Darryl Do // "Sweet, light, swaying notes of caramel, mimosa, and meringue float through the universe like cosmic dust while patchouli and cedarwood provide grounding."
090619 Narciso Rodriguez for HerNarciso Rodriguez by Christine Nagel and Francis Kurkdjian
Bois de Mer by ASP Apprentice Perfumer Kaleigh Prokop
* * * Perfumarie Reserve * * * by Darryl Do // "Warm wood, bergamot, and lime are a crisp opening, complemented by musk, oakmoss, and vetiver. This is a cosmic twist on a cologne.
Malvs, Nobile 1942 by Christian Carbonnel
130619 Alien EDP, Thierry Mugler
140619 Spring Love by ASP Apprentice Perfumer Ji-Hee Hong
150619 Elevations by ASP Apprentice Perfumer Stephen Chung
Silver Shadow, Davidoff by Calice Becker and Francis Kurkdjian
170619 Pegasus by ASP Apprentice Perfumer Arielle Le Beau
 * * Perfumarie Reserve * * * by Darryl Do // "Crisp metallic and yuzu allude to a higher vibrational atmosphere, followed by juicy fruits and a guaiac wood base. This is a unique and playful fragrance that will transform as it wears."
190619 Perfectly Imperfect by ASP Apprentice Perfumer Ashley Hofmann
* Perfumarie Reserve * * * by Darryl Do // "Sparkling and strikingly green, lime and celery are smoothed out with ozone, heliotrope, and cassis. This is a beautiful and elegant fragrance, inspired by the dazzling gemstone."
210619 Egyptian Musk (Oil) // "A fresh-clean timeless unisex musk."
Aurantiol*, Perfumer's Material // "Aurantiol offers a sweet, honey-like floral note, and can supplement the sweetness of a gourmand."
* * * Perfumarie Reserve * * * by Darryl Do // "Losing all track of time, iris and ozone pull you in to reveal an ambery and earthy foundation.
Amber Waves by ASP Perfumer Apprentice Darren Do
Evasion, L'Arc Parfums by Julien Rasquinet

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Perfumarie Reserve = House creations not available in the commercial market. Available by the fill, in 5mL, 15mL, & 50mL sizes only while supply lasts. 

*Not for Skin.


The American Society of Perfumers is a members organization of established professionals in the art and science of perfumery: 


"Our mission is to Educate, Support and Promote the Perfumer in the fragrance industry both domestically and abroad.​ Together with other industry organizations, we ensure appropriate regulatory guidelines and standards set for safe and beautiful fragrances.​ The high code of perfumery ethics established by our organization maintains respect for perfumery as an artistic work of the mind.​ Most importantly, we strive to inspire artistic creativity, incorporate scientific ingenuity and maintain the integrity of our profession.



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