NEZ n°9 - The Olfactory Magazine
Around the world.
If aviation inspires the world of perfume, what does an airplane really smell like?
They make good use of their nose and build up the world of scent in their own way.
Everything you always wanted to know about smells, but were afraid to ask.
The secrets of 6-isobutylquinoline
Saffron, a herb worth its weight in gold
The scents of the beach dissected
Invisible, inevitable odors accompany all areas of creation.
Maldoror, or the smell of evil...
Wusulan, igniting the powder keg...
Elaïologist Alexis Muñoz
Venus Anadyomena, by Elaine Cameron-Weir
The roses of Heliogabale, by Lawrence Alma-Tadema
Celine Ellena's Olfactory Chronicle
An exploration of the world of fragrances through its actors, its production secrets, its history.
Interview: Alberto Morillas
Flashback: The '60s
The imaginary store
FILE: ALL OVER THE WORLD
As a cosmopolitan and globalised industry, perfumery has to do with our olfactory preferences, which remain deeply linked to our cultural codes.
fragrances with names from elsewhere
routes of raw materials
Paris, capital of elegance: how the City of Light became a point of reference
The scents of Babel: is "good taste" universal?
Creations on an international tour: a globalised market, established local practices
Lost in translation? Not forever: the experience of six world-famous perfumers
Tell me what you smell, I'll tell you what you are: our olfactory references betray our identity...
From consumer products to works of art: Nez lights the underbelly of the industry and deciphers the 30 new products that make the news.
Survey: who benefits from "clean"?
Brand portrait: Etat Libre d'Orange
Genealogy: fruity nuts
The selection : Favourites & novelties