Perfume, perfumery

Perfumery; famous perfumes and perfume houses; blogs

Subject categories on this page
  1. Blogs
  2. Perfumes
  3. Organizations, schools
  4. Pefumers

An independent online guide to fragrances, with articles and news.

Encyclopedia of World Perfumes

A portal for perfume-lovers, OsMoz gathers together facts and news in the world of perfumery.

Blogs *

Now Smell This

Bois de Jasmin
Reviews, history, perfumers, articles, materials….

Reviews and an online community.

Jen Reviews
The best perfume for every occasion, a guide.

Perfume Shrine

Perfume Critic
An online magazine dedicated to scent.

New York Times: Everyone’s A Critic
Power to the Perfumistas! A New York Times article about the influence of bloggers on the perfume industry.

Perfume Posse

Perfume Smellin’ Things

Perfume Shrine

The Posh Peasant. Perfume musings and web links.

The Scented Salamander


The Scented Salamander

Perfumes *

Bois de Jasmin

Chandler Burr



Christian Dior


The Fragonard Perfume Museum/Le musée du parfum


Guerlain Wikipedia entry.


Hermès, Wikipedia entry.

Jo Malone

Tommy Hilfiger

Organizations, schools *

The Fragrance Foundation. Expanding the appreciation and use of fragrances internationally.

The Givaudan Perfumery School is a legendary institute that has trained the perfumers responsible for approximately one third of the fragrances on the market today. Currently under the direction of Jean Guichard, the Perfumery School has established the standard for modern perfumery training.

International Fragrance Association
IFRA, the International Fragrance Association, is the official representative body ofthe fragrance industry worldwide. Its main purpose is to ensure the safety of fragrance materials through a dedicated science program. This focus on fragrance safety helps both the consumer and the environment.

International Perfume Bottle Association

The Osmothèque is a perfume archive that research ancient perfumes, and reconstructs fragrances whose formulas have been lost.


Pefumers *