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In January I gave a lecture on classic perfumes from 1950 to 2000. It was organized by Think Olio and hosted by ad agency Chandelier Creative at their SoHo headquarters, as a follow-up to a lecture that I’d given in November covering famous perfumes from 1890-1950. It was a wonderful opportunity to share my obsession with perfume history and its intersections with fashion, art, and popular culture, and I enjoyed every minute.

Chandelier followed up my lecture with an interview (also about iconic fragrances) that they posted on their website. I posted a link to Part 1 a few days ago; you can read Part 2 here.

Visual via Chandelier Creative.