Born and raised in Mexico City, Rodrigo Flores-Roux has a plethora of iconic creations under his perfumery belt, including cult classic Clinique Happy and Neroli Portofino by Tom Ford. The Givaudan senior perfumer is not only a creator but also a self-described perfume historian. Diorissimo by Dior is one of Flores-Roux’s favorite perfumes ever created—not only for its ingenuity, but also because of its place in perfume history. [...] “Diorissimo is a perfect perfume—not only because it’s highly recognizable and absolutely gorgeous, but it also is a keystone in the history of perfume.”
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Hannah works in fine fragrance marketing, so “I knew my final accessory would be a signature scent,” she says. “My closest friend, mentor, and colleague, master perfumer Rodrigo Flores-Roux composed a custom fragrance for this occasion. I challenged Rodrigo to reimagine my mother’s perfume, Annick Goutal Petite Chérie, making it reflective of my personal style while maintaining the nostalgic feeling it has for me.”
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French perfume house Le Galion will launch L’Astre, a new fragrance made under licensing agreements with The Ava Gardner Trust. L’Astre is reportedly a reissue of a custom fragrance developed for Gardner by perfumer Paul Vacher, after the actress was an ambassador for Sortilège in the late 1950s…