At this time of year, as the rain lashes the windows and wind whistles down the chimney pots, we love nothing more than settling down in a cosy corner and getting lost in a good book. Luckily, the last few years have seen some incredible publications on our favourite topic (guess what), with The Perfume Society‘s shelves filling up nicely.
We’re updating our scented selection all the time (as fast as we can find time to read them!) and review for your delectation in our dedicated library section: Fragrant reads. Have you explored our current selection? We have fragrant tomes from Lizzie Ostrom’s Perfume: A Century of Scents, the British Society of Perfumers’ stunning coffee-table worthy, British Perfumery – A Fragrant History; Luca Turin’s hotly anticipated collection, Folio Columns 203-2014 and (cough) our very own Perfume Bible to tempt you with, among many others. From all-time classics to hot-off-the-press publications, we’re always looking for the next book to get stuck in to.
Is your favourite fragrant book on our shelf yet? If not, do please get in touch with your suggestions of what we should be reading next…
Written by Suzy Nightingale