Our perfumers evolve in their own creative worlds, their originality lies in their ability to reinvent themselves with each composition while bringing their personal touch.
Wishing the perfumery of tomorrow to be more respectful and more virtuous, our perfumers create with their heart and their conscience.
What he particularly likes : Primitive Art (more specifically African tribal art of which he is a fervent collector), and travelling in the most remote places (Bhutan, Yemen, Turkey, India, etc.).
His favorite raw materials: davana, orris, oudh, patchouli, osmanthusto name a few...
“For over 35 years, I’ve put my know-how as a perfumer at the service of the most exceptional raw materials, to create unexpected associations and surprise you with fragrances of high-end quality & strong identities. “
What she particularly likes : epicurean, she loves nature, travelling...especially in Greece. Musician, she also loves ballet.
Her favorite raw materials: today citruses, orris, orange flower, musksand ambroxan. Tomorrow many more...
“Perpetually looking for harmony and emotion. I want my creations to be vibrant, in tune with the brands I imagine them for, always using the most beautiful natural raw materials. “
What he particularly likes : the city of Granada in Spain which reminds him of his Spanish roots, and he got married... and Madonna that he adores !
His favorite raw materials: tonkabean, tuberose, oud wood, and any oriental, middle eastern ingredients.
“I want to take people onboard an emotional journey when they smell my creations. I try to keep my formulae short & simple.I like to believe that this way, they’ll go straight to the heart of the ones wearing them.”
What she particularly likes : contemporary art, trekking in the Calanques every weekend, cooking (mostly improvised recipes) and watching movies in their original versions in the tiny cinema of her neighborhood.
Her favorite raw materials: rose, the queen of all flowers, and all leafy green notes.
“Creating a fragrance is navigating between limitless creativity,the restrictive & fast-evolving «regulatory framework» and technical basis that require a deep technical expertise. This daily challenge is a creativity-booster to me, which I enjoy to pass-along to the youngest generation of perfumers I am training.”
What he particularly likes : speed-on all type of motored engines-as much as the great quietude of free-diving , American rap music as much as chill-lounge tunes, urban street art as much as a walk in the pine forests along the seaside. In other words, he wants to make the most of everything!
His favorite raw materials: woods, ambery-animalic notes, spices, leather...
As a Junior Perfumer, Jérémywill ensure continuity in the fragrance world. His grand father was a perfumer himself and predicted Jérémywould become a nose the day he was born.
“I’m fascinated by Oriental perfumes, I love their strong & complex structures, blending rich, noble and powerful ingredients. Some of them have a strong power over me, like the scent of leather or spices which take me straight to unforgettable memories in foreign countries I visited.”
What she particularly likes : taking the time of an expresso at a terrace, Africa where she lived for a while, and travelling around the world, or through books, movies, exhibitions, concerts, etc...
Her favorite raw materials: ambroxan, hedione, galbanum and nagarmothaare amongst her very favorites.
“I feel privileged to be a perfumer, I see my job as an endless game : curious by nature, I’m fascinated by the complexity of naturals. I feel that I rediscover a new facet every single day !”
What she particularly likes : the scent of Autumn, foreign languages (she fluently speaks 4 languages), leopard print...and water that she calls “her element”: for astrology, energy, emotions, well being...and inspiration.
Her favorite raw materials: citrus, fir balsam absolute and more generally all balsamic notes, oakmoss, and leather...
“Because of my energetic temper, I aim for movement in my creations. I love the depth, warmth and complexity that sensual and enveloping notes bring. I am also keen on unisex fragrances because I believe there should be no genre attributed to what one likes to wear.”
In september 2020, we launched our very own perfumer training program. The purpose was to pass on our companie’s know-how in perfume composition to the younger generation, especially regarding the use of natural raw materials.
This program spreads over 4 years. It is designed and overseen by our teams at TechnicoFlor, so all the essential aspects of the perfumer's profession are studied.
Legacy is very much valued at TechnicoFlor, naturally, François-Patrick Sabater, Bertrand Duchaufour and myself have been wishing to transmit our perfumer’s know-how to young and passionate people so they can have the possibility to be trained for this wonderful profession.
Maxime Gransart, General Manager of TechnicoFlor Group.