Just received the wonderful news that Charenton Macerations has been shortlisted as a finalist for the upcoming Perfumed Plume Awards for Fragrance Journalism. The article submitted, De-Classifying Fragrance Families, is the first in a series of posts written last year that focus on challenging some of the more confusing myths that tend to prevail in the world of scent. So honored and humbled to be included in amongst some terrific authors. Congratulations to everyone. Links to all articles in our category are below.
2017 Perfumed Plume Awards
Scent Stories in Mainstream Media – Digital
(Magazines, Blog Postings, Webzines)
- Basenotes – Ambergris: Myths, Truths, and Half-Truths
- CaFleureBon – How To Smell Like a Parisienne
- Charenton Macerations – De-Classifying Fragrance Families
- Colognoisseur – Perfume Mythbusters: Skin Chemistry
- ELLE Magazine – For $22,000 This Perfumer Finds Your Signature Scent
- Fragrantica – Revival Culture
- Leafly – What’s that Smell? It’s Cannabis Flower perfume, dahling
- Sonoma Scent – Perfume In Progress – What Goes Into Running An Artisan Perfume Business?
- SCENTURY – Friedrich Liechtenstein: I can smell Luck!
- Temporary Art Review – Primal Art: Notes on the Medium of Scene
The Perfumed Plume Awards for Fragrance Journalism will be announced at the Society of Illustrators in New York City on April 6. For a more complete list of nominees and categories, be sure to visit the Perfumed Plume Awards for Fragrance Journalism‘s website. Yay fragrance!