The sixth edition of Esxence is now closed, so we'll round-up some of the things we haven't covered in our previous coverage: featuring Molinard, Floris, Majda Bekkali, Calé, Ulrich Lang, YS Uzac, Bond No.9 and more...
Molinard are launching La Collection Privée de Molinard, which features five fragrances to each represent the five generations of the Molinard family of perfumers: Cher Wood, Rose Émois, Ambré Lumière, Acqua Lotus and Secret Sucré.
Floris were promoting last year's Soulle Ámbar, which was designed to reflect the Floris family roots in Minorca. Notes include bergamot, pineapple, pink pepper, jasmine, amber, vanilla and musk.
Dancing feathers featured in the display on Majda Bekkali's stand.
Silvio Levi's Calé display featuring (l-r) Tepidarium, Mistero and Dolce Riso
Ulrich Lang's new Aperture fragrance, created for the Aperture Foundation, which aims to "connect the photo community and its audiences with the most inspiring work, the sharpest ideas, and with each other"
Above: Some of the Officine del Profumo range.
Chabaud are a French brand founded in 2002.
YS Uzac are showing Sacre du Printemps, a new limited edition green fragrance.
Clive Christian celebrate 15 years of their fragrance division.
Bond No.9 were showing two new scents: Hudson Yards (available in April), and Shelter Island - the latest in their series of summer fragrances. Shelter Island is described as a 'marine oud' and is available from 26th May.