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perfumer

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a person who makes or sells perfume
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Clearly the Frangipanis got about, as it was a French courtier and perfumier to Louis XIII, named Frangipani, whose name was given to the flowering Plumeria trees of the tropics, whose scent is often compared to sweet almonds.
The same happened with perfumier Jean Paul Guerlain last year for making another racist statement.
The actress, singer dancer, songwriter, record producer, fashion designer, perfumier, and TV producer is already worth more than EUR250 million dollars (pounds 125 million pounds).
Apparently, these worries were conveyed to group chairman Chris Collins, who, having made his reputation with perfumier Goya, knows a thing or two about bigger business than JCR through his subsequent involvement with the Hanson conglomerate.
So, when chance leads him to Baldini (Dustin Hoffman, overdoing camp Italian panto grotesque), a faded perfumier who's not had a hit aroma in years, he offers his nasal expertise in return for tutoring in the art of creating perfumes.
Men Blue is a collaboration between founder Nicky Kinnaird and Parisian perfumier Christopher Sheldrake and is the ideal scent for the stylish man this summer.
When that happens, the perfumier turns to earthier substances, including animal secretions or by-products.
That's where Sainsbury brought in top perfumier Azzi Pickthall.
The first was a husband and wife business, and the second involved a dressmaking wife who was married to a hairdresser and perfumier.
Finishing Touches: Illuminum Scent When Kate wanted a scent for the Royal Wedding, she turned to Illuminum perfumier Michael Boadi, who created her favourite White Gardenia Petals fragrance.
You can imagine them inscribed above the door of a centuries' old savile Row tailor, a Mayfair perfumier or an expensive book shop.
He plays a perfumier with an extraordinary sense of smell who murders women to harvest their scent.