Monday, January 3, 2011

L'Osmotheque participates in Esxcence exhibition

The most important perfume conservation museum in the world, l’Osmothèque, founded in 1990, is going to be participating in Esxcence The Scent of Excellence 2011 this coming March (find more info on links below).
Initiatives and opportunities to smell some of the meticulously recreated masterpieces from the early 20th century history of perfumery will be available to the public. Among them, historic and extremely hard to find specimens of Houbigant's Fougère Royale (1882), Coty's La Rose Jacqueminot (1904), Coty's L’Origan (1905), Houbigant's Quelques Fleurs (1912), Coty's Le Chypre (1917), and Millot's Crêpe de Chine (1925). An opportunity not to miss!


  1. Darn, I really wish I hadn't read this post. There's NO WAY I can afford to go to Milan this year. It would be amazing if I could, though.

  2. Beautiful idea...
    Creezy Courtoy


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