Modern Russian Perfumery between Dragons and Roses

We’re thrilled to share with you this fragrant event from one of our subscribers Olga Petrouchenko – that as a follower of The Perfume Society – we think you’ll really enjoy…

Date: Monday 23rd September 2019 – 6.30pm – 9.00pm

Venue: Pushkin House, 5A Bloomsbury Square, London, WC1A 2TA

We are delighted to invite you to the discovery of modern Russian perfumes and perfumers, from niche to mass consumption fragrances.

Did you know that famous French noses are behind several modern Russian mass market perfumes? We will try Novaya Zarya‘s and Brocard‘s hits and compare them to the global favourites.

We will indulge in the discovery of brilliant Russian perfumers and their creations, from PLVN (Pelevin) by Le Ré Noir to Ladanika‘s Northern Lace, from perfume reconstructions by Elina Arsenieva, like an exquisite The 1905 Rose, homage to La Rose Jacqueminot by Coty to her most decadent Red and Gold or The Forbidden Palace. Or maybe you are curious to try The Hedgehogs’ Cologne or Zmei Gorynych (Three Headed Dragon)?

New fragrances and many more discoveries are waiting for you on 23 September!

The price of the ticket includes a glass of bubbly, canapés and a goody-bag.

Discount Code: PERFUME_5 for £5 off the ticket price.

The tickets are non refundable.

NB This is not an event held by The Perfume Society, rather organised by Olga Petrouchenko. 

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