At the department store, though, there was no Australian-conceived fragrance to be found. "The salesperson said, 'No, we don’t really make our own fragrances here.' And I just thought, 'What?' Because we – overseas – used a lot of Australian ingredients in our perfumes, like sandalwood. I found it very intriguing."
— So Dimitri Weber founded Goldfield & Banks. Read more in The Belgian perfumer bringing Australian native flowers to fragrance at Financial Review. (And see also: L'Officiel Nose: Dimitri Weber of Goldfield & Banks, from 2019.)