Article on Fragonard Perfumery in the New York Times {The 5th Sense in the News}


There is an article on the Fragonard perfumery in Grasse in the New York Times today:

“We are a very small company, and we have the luxury to decide what we want and when we want it,” said Agnès Costa-Webster, who, along with her sisters, Françoise and Anne Costa, now runs the business her great-grandfather, Eugène Fuchs, founded in 1926. “I'll think, ‘Well, that would smell good for men if we mix some woods with some raspberry,' and then I speak with the nose and we start thinking about the name and the packaging. Everything is done following our own soul.”

Grasse, France: Parfumerie Fragonard 

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