Experimental Perfume Club is delighted to announce the launch of a new laboratory and workshop space in Dalston, London, where visitors can deconstruct the world of perfume, discover its science and make their own signature scent from a selection of perfumery ingredients.
Today I’m wearing two fragrances that I’ve layered. I have tons of fragrances, maybe 50 or 60 bottles, I gravitate around three or four and use the other ones just for display. I love to layer, so for that I use mono notes, ones that are easily layered on top of each other. Firstly I’ve used Narciso Rodriguez Musc For Her, which is impossible to find any more because it was a limited edition, so I had to get my friend to ship this back from the States, from Bergdorf Goodman. It’s beautiful; a velvety, abstract floral musk scent, very ‘transparent’ and with a lot of Indol, which has a jasmine note to it and I absolutely love it.
Read the complete interview of Emmanuelle Moeglin, fragrance expert and founder of the Experimental Perfume Club - Today I'm Wearing by We Wear Perfume
With mother’s day around the corner, you might be scratching your head when it comes to choosing the best gift for your mum. A new perfume would be ideal, but how can you make sure she’ll like the new scent you chose her? Emmanuelle Moeglin, fragrance expert and founder of Experimental Perfume Club, reveals four wonderful ways to match your mum with the perfect perfume.
"Experimental Perfume Club is here to help people deconstruct the world of fragrance and understand what scents they like and what they don't like. This helps when it comes time to make their own fragrance from a selection of perfumery raw materials. Everyone walks away with their own formula and a signature bottle of perfume that they name themselves. It's like a micro-perfumery, where we create individual micro-batches of perfumes while building a club of perfume "creators" aimed to everyone."
Read the interview here
Do you know how is a fragrance created? Who is behind the creation of a perfume? How is the perfume trade is organised? Here is the first post of a series of blogs where we take you behind the scenes of how perfume is created...
My path as a professional “smeller”
My name is Emmanuelle. I am French, from a small town in the north east of France and I have been a fragrance professional for over a decade. I founded the Experimental Perfume Club in 2015 because I wanted to offer people the opportunity to understand the world of fragrance and become part of a community of creators within a micro-perfumery concept.