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  • Le Labo to open stand-alone London store

    by Grant Osborne, 25 November 2009 Industry News

    Le Labo are to open a standalone London store early next year. The store, location to be announced, will be the fourth standalone store after New York, Tokyo and Los Angeles. Currently the only place to buy the brand in the UK was at the Le Labo counter in Liberty.


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  • A guide to the New York Fragrance r-Evolution

    by Ali Nakhai, 18 March 2009 Articles

    Ahhh the smell of New York city... hot dogs and knish's from vendors on the street, a dash of burnt rubber from the cabby that almost hit you, all topped with vapor brimming out of manholes. Mmmm... Guerlain and Creed can only dream of something so sublime. Maybe not, but New York has a softer side for sure, despite the all too familiar moniker of urban grit that's been stamped on the city. The people of New York have been swept in a fragrant revolution (or maybe leave out the 'r' and just call it an evolution)....

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  • Raw Materials and how they smell ~ deleted scenes from The Perfect Scent ~ Part 4

    by Chandler Burr, 17 January 2008 Articles

    I wrote this section first to emphasize the constant struggle I go through trying to put in just the right number of molecular names. A delicate balance, and I wanted to say something about what my editors will and won’t allow in The Times. I lose battles there every day. And second because I wanted to communicate what smelling the raw materials is like. Near the end of the editing process, George decided we simply already had enough on raw materials in the book, so he asked me to take it out.


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  • Postcard from Paris - April 2007: Disappearing Act

    by Michael Connor, 23 April 2007 Columnists

    Our Paris columnist, Michael Connor investigates disappearing Annick Goutal's and tests out Le Labo in Colette....

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