His desk is precisely as you’d expect – handwritten notes and branches of blotters jut out from short metal stands, surrounded by boxes brimming with collections of indecipherably labelled small glass bottles. In each, he explains, is an ongoing experiment; constantly evolving concoctions which, he hopes, will one day lead him to another perfect perfume.
— Perfumer Olivier Polge of Chanel talks to The Guardian. Read more in Smell of success: How Chanel No 5 gained a sprinkling of stardust.
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