• descriptors
  • Various sensory maps have been proposed in the literature for those odor descriptors most frequently applied in perfumery, but no standard exists yet. (springer.com)
  • A striking consistency was observed in all cases [ 1 ], which indicates that it is possible to develop standard 2D sensory maps of perfumery odor descriptors if a consensus is first reached regarding which odorants best represent particular odor qualities. (springer.com)
  • 1996
  • She has been living and working in New York since 1996 having turned to photography after a career as a Creative Director of Perfumery where she was the 'nose of the noses' with 20 world-class perfumers. (wikipedia.org)
  • She also received the Living Legend Award from the American Society of Perfumers in 1996, and again in 1999 Grojsman was honored by the Cosmetic Executive Women for her lifetime achievements in the fragrance industry. (wikipedia.org)
  • olfactory
  • The study discussed here is " Perfumers' expertise induces structural reorganization in olfactory brain regions ," by Chantal Delon-Martin, Jane Plailly, Pierre Fonlupt, Alexandra Veyrac, and Jean-Pierre Royet, published in Neuroimage , 68:55-62, 2012. (firstnerve.com)
  • The Art and Olfaction Awards are a non-profit award mechanism designed to celebrate excellence in international artisan, experimental and independent perfumery and olfactory art through a yearly blind-judged competition. (wikipedia.org)
  • perfume house
  • Some perfumers work exclusively for a perfume house or in their own company, but these cases are not as common. (wikipedia.org)
  • Born and raised in Sussex, South East England, his career in perfumery began in 1981 when he joined the French perfume house Guerlain, working there for 20 years before leaving to set up his own companies RDPR and then Roja Parfums. (wikipedia.org)
  • cosmetics
  • Beginning with his first union in 1937, Local 1185 of the Retail Clerks International Association, Barasch began organizing smaller union groups, including Local 105 of the International Leather Goods Workers Union, Local 22806 (Powder Puff & Cosmetics Workers Union), Local 20646 (Cosmetics, Soap & Perfumery Workers Union), Local 20734 (Vinegar & Mustard Workers Union), and Local 18943 (Hardware & Grocery Workers Union). (wikipedia.org)
  • ingredients
  • In addition to trading, many of the flowers and herbs used in perfumery were cultivated by the Muslims - rose and jasmine were native to the region, and many other plants (i.e.: bitter orange and other citrus trees, all of which imported from China and southeast Asia) could be successfully cultivated in the Middle East, and are to this day key ingredients in perfumery. (wikipedia.org)
  • Course
  • In terms of consumption, too, perfumery appears today to be undergoing some of the same sorts of changes which were seen in the wine sector in the United States over the course of the second half of the twentieth century. (blogspot.com)
  • He is known for developing The ABC's of Perfumery, a comprehensive system of odour classification and perfume creation, and a training course in The Art and Technology of Perfumery. (wikipedia.org)
  • creation
  • He states that police training was a major influence on his perfumery career using the systems he had learned as a policeman and applying them to perfumery creation and manufacture. (wikipedia.org)
  • In 1991, he set up the fragrance division of Adinop Co. Ltd., the first perfume compounding facility in Thailand, using a forerunner of the ABC's of Perfumery system for creation and manufacture. (wikipedia.org)
  • Due to the high demand for more information about perfumery creation, launched a series of e-learning and university courses and later workshops in The Art and Technology of Perfumery. (wikipedia.org)
  • work
  • How common is musk anosmia among perfumers, and how would it affect their work? (basenotes.net)
  • The Art and Olfaction Awards were created as mechanism to impartially judge and promote work being done by artisan perfumers, independent perfume houses, and creative practitioners working with scent in the context of arts or experimental practices. (wikipedia.org)
  • business
  • Not so long ago, perfumery was primarily a family business, just as was the case in centuries past for wine making, concentrated primarily around the vineyards of France. (blogspot.com)
  • materials
  • He was then offered the role of becoming Jean Amic's assistant at Roure Bertrand Dupont, a company that creates the raw materials used in perfumery. (wikipedia.org)
  • People are guffawing on cue and intently listening to a presentation on materials that were already familiar to this room full of seasoned perfumers. (perfumerflavorist.com)
  • career
  • He began his career at Belle Aire more than seven years ago, working both in the sample and perfumery labs where he has become an expert in various aspects of the fragrance industry. (happi.com)
  • students
  • Designed for the most advanced students of perfumery, and for working perfumers who wish to polish their skills at manipulating the composition with much finesse and refinement, and master the use of unique, rare and unusual accessory notes. (ayalamoriel.com)
  • vice president
  • He was a charter member and from 1909-1910 served as first vice president of the Manufacturing Perfumers' Association in New York (now the Personal Care Products Council). (wikipedia.org)
  • company
  • She learnt about the art of perfumery and prepared the company for its move up to Manchester. (wikipedia.org)
  • Limited to artists, artisan perfumers and independent perfume houses (which they define as brands that are independently owned, or owned by another independently-owned company), they are closed to larger-scale perfume releases - a space already served by The Fragrance Foundation's Awards. (wikipedia.org)
  • creative
  • The Sadakichi Award was added as "a new category aimed at recognizing innovative uses of scent beyond the bounds of commercial perfumery" - joining the artisan and independent awards to create what was intended as a broad snapshot of the diversity and creative potential in the field of perfume. (wikipedia.org)
  • French
  • He briefly worked in the UK before returning to France with the aim of becoming "a French Ann Gotlieb", an American woman who acted as a go-between for marketing professionals and perfumers. (wikipedia.org)
  • technical
  • After his obligatory two years of military service in France, he returned to Moscow in 1902, where he started his perfumery training at Rallet under the guidance of their technical director, A. Lemercier. (wikipedia.org)
  • several
  • Barasch oversaw and successfully negotiated through several strikes, including a notable strike at Coty's, Inc. perfumers in 1950 of 500 employees seeking a $5 per week raise. (wikipedia.org)
  • data
  • Using the latest statistical and data processing techniques, Delon-Martin and colleagues found that perfumers and trainees have more gray matter in areas associated with odor perception, namely the gyrus rectus and the medial orbital gyrus (GR/MOG). (firstnerve.com)
  • help
  • He is a senior member of the company's team of perfumers and scientists and will help lead the advancement of emerging technology platforms and the continued success of the company's Total Malodor Management. (happi.com)
  • By shining a spotlight on perfumery's most outstanding creators, we hope to help generate support for independent practices in perfumery as a whole. (wikipedia.org)