• Recent Features

      Podcast Episode 3: "The Art Perfumes Formerly Known as Niche"

      In the third episode of The Basenotes Podcast our panel discuss the idea of “niche” in ...read more

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      New subscription service, Scentbird, allows you to pick a scent each month. Win a free subscription

      Scentbird is a new subscription service which, for monthly fee of under $15, allows consumers ...read more

      "Inspired by California" Scent Event

      On the evening of August 20, the International Fragrance Association, North America and the ...read more

      Book Review – Essential Oil Safety Second Edition, by Robert Tisserand and Rodney Young

      Medical personnel routinely reach for the Physicians Desk Reference (PDR) book every time they ...read more
    • Magazines

      Perfume News
      Published on 6th May 2014 12:57 PM

      ODOU – the fragrance magazine founded by Liam Moore – has launched its second issue. The magazine describes itself as one that "explores scent and perfume through themes such as memory, science, art, design, personal reflections, photography and many more" ...
      Perfume News
      by Published on 29th March 2012 11:41 PM

      A new magazine about perfume called ‘ODE’ has been launched at the Exsense fair. Issue #1 is entitled ‘Scentual Perception’ and is published Bel Epok in Germany. The company specialises in brand development, advertising and communication and two partners from the company also run the perfume house Humiecki & Graef.
      Perfume News
      by Published on 24th November 2010 11:34 PM

      Men's Health in Australia have launched a fragrance to coincide with an eight-page fragrance feature in their December issue. Men's Health Australia editor, Bruce Ritchie told Ad News "MH For Men fragrance provides a first-of-its-kind way for Men’s Health to extend our brand beyond the pages of our magazine and into the everyday lives of our readers."