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  • NEZ la revue olfactive #16 - Fashion & Perfume
  • NEZ la revue olfactive #16 - Fashion & Perfume

NEZ la revue olfactive #16 - Fashion & Perfume

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Couture and scents have been closely linked for more than a century. How are fashion and perfume connected? You'll find out in this 16th edition of NEZ magazine.

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The union of fashion and perfume over a century ago sparked a revolution in the industry. A generation of couturier-perfumers emerged whose creations were conceived in accordance with the style of each fashion house. Clothes, fragrances and their boxes formed a coherent and strategic whole, with perfumery representing a lucrative business that gave consumers access to a slice of the haute couture dream. As a result, most international mass-market brands are now associated with fashion designers, jewellers and leather goods manufacturers.

How has this relationship evolved, and how is it organised today? Are fragrances and dresses created in the same way? If Jersey, Habit rouge, La Petite Robe Noire or Grey Flannel borrow from clothing, do fabrics - new, old, leather or sportswear - have olfactory messages to convey to us? Perfumery, like fashion design, seems to absorb the spirit of the times and reflect the metamorphoses of each era. But do fragrances follow the same rhythm of trends as fashion? And isn't valuing the great classics the best way of ensuring that you never go out of fashion?


The nose... of religion
What is the olfactory environment of ecclesiastics?

They make good use of their noses and build the world of olfaction in their own way.

Nose less
Do you have taste? Emmanuelle Dancourt's anosmic chronicle.

Everything you always wanted to know about smells but were afraid to ask.

  • Pyrazines, a scent family that whets the appetite
  • Angelica, a musky herbaceous plant
  • The scents of winter sports dissected

Invisible, inescapable, scents accompany all fields of creation.

  • Helen Keller: seeing through scent
  • Visit to the Atelier Ozenfant
  • The sobrelier: Benoît d'Onofrio


  • Rice bottled

The artist

  • Chaveli Sifre

Frida Kahlo on White Bench, by Nickolas Muray

Céline Ellena's olfactory chronicle

  • Blue flower

An exploration of the world of perfume through its players, its manufacturing secrets and its history.


  • Spain, the other cradle of perfumery


  • Mimosa, in small doses


  • Dominique Roques, at the source of incense


  • Upcycling: don't throw any more away!


  • Marc-Antoine Corticchiato


  • Russian perfumery - Effluves from here and there

The imaginary boutique

DOSSIER: Fashion & fragrance

  • Couturiers with a nose for fashion
  • 100 years of haute creation
  • Perfume, the invisible dress
  • Composing with style
  • The spirit of the times
  • Through scents
  • Perfumery on its 31st

From consumer product to work of art: Nez delves behind the scenes of the industry and deciphers the 30 new products that are making the news.


  • Perfumes tracked


  • Musks

Portrait of a brand

  • The Different Company

Selection: favourites & new products

Mood notes
A little concentration

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