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Fragonard launches a new cycle of conferences for the ones keen on perfumery and for the curious minds, wishing to step into the world of perfumery along various themes.  

Thursday, December the 8th  2016 at 18h30 (duration : 1h30)
"perfumes in the interbellum"
by Yohan Cervi, ancient perfumes collector


Place : Musée du Parfum Fragonard 
3-5 Square de L’Opéra Louis Jouvet Paris 9e (métro Opéra, Madeleine / RER Auber)
Price : 15 € / pers.
Reservation : shop.auparfum.com (section ateliers olfactifs)
Conference in FRENCH ONLY
Perfumer's Apprentice
Come and discover the world of perfume and the secrets of the perfume-maker during this fantastic olfactive experience focussed on the composition and personalisation of an Eau de Cologne (100ml).

This worshop allows you to create a unique fragrance with notes of citrus, aromatic and orange blossom depending on your taste.

The workshop is led by a teacher and lasts around 1h30.

You will enjoy a guided tour of the location (around 30/40 minutes) only at the "Usine Historique" in Grasse and at the "Musée du Parfum" in Paris.

The workshop features
  • History of the perfumery, origins of the raw materials
  • Essences used by a "nose"
  • The fragrance pyramid: head, heart and base notes
  • Sensory and olfactory memory development
  • Customization of your Eau de Cologne with 9 essences

 Also included is a lovely pouch to carry your perfume bottle, a Fragonard designed apron and a diploma signed by the teacher.

Workshop Côte d'Azur : 65€/person
Workshop Paris : 95€/person

Children not accepted under 12 years old*
Reservation through internet only and according to the dates open (weekly)
Check availability on the next page 
*Children are only permitted from age 12 upwards and are under sole responsability of a paying adult. All persons present in the classroom must reserve and pay for entry.