Fragrances of the World includes selective, niche, masstige, mass market and direct sale fragrances available worldwide, cross-referenced by fragrance family, gender, brand and year of launch.
“It is the only reference to track the increasingly important niche segment with more than 900 fragrances from 60 niche houses classified in the 2011 edition,” said Michael. “This brings the total to more than 7,500 fragrances classified going back as far as 1985.
“Fragrances of the World generates sales for retailers. If a customer asks for a fragrance that is not stocked, a quick cross reference of the guidebook lets sales associates offer the perfect alternative based on the classification by fragrance families and fragrance groups. Essentially it takes the guesswork out of choosing a fragrance,” said Michael.
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