It seems its the year for returns of old fragrances (see Hai Karate). UK-based Beauty Brand Development are relaunching Babe (previously Fabergé), Tribe (previously Coty) and have already re-launched Goya classic: Black Rose, Aqua Manda and Aqua Citra.
Last night at London's The Brewery, The Fragrance Foundation's UK awards were announced in a ceremony presented by Natasha Kaplinksi.
Nancy Meilland, who has a background in creating bespoke scents, has launched her own eponymous fragrance house. The first three fragrances – part of the Paper Leaf collection – are Rosier, Aquilaria and Illuminé.
Demeter have launched a fragrance fragrance is based on Mr. Bubble bubble-bath
Carolina Herrara has introduced flanker-of-flankers : 212 VIP Club Edition for men and women.
Model Dree Hemingway has been announced as the face for an upcoming September campaign for the signature Chloe fragrance.
Atelier Cologne are launching Oud Saphir, initially exclusively at London's Selfridges, and have plans to open a London boutique.
No. 33 is the latest masculine fragrance by Penhaligon's. The fragrance has been created to celebrate the company's 145th year in business, and is named after the original Penhaligon's boutique at 33 St James Street.
Pioneering the teaching of fragrance for design innovation, the fourth edition of the 5-day workshop returns this summer in London on 6-10 July 2015. Designers and fragrance lovers will discover how scent is a powerful communication tool at work and home.