Esmod perfume course to begin April 2
Dubai, March 4, 2012
Esmod Dubai, the only French institute fully dedicated to fashion in the region, has announced that the next session of its popular perfume discovery short course will begin on April 2.
The institute has introduced a new facet to the upcoming session, wherein students will have an opportunity to create their own distinct fragrance that will be presented in a 30 ml bottle bearing their name.
The month-long ‘Perfume Discovery’ sessions will introduce participants to an ‘Olfactorium,’ a compact version of a perfumer palette, a statement from Esmod said.
The course will teach the basics of perfume creation and help students create their own fragrance, reflecting their individual preferences, in coordination with the institute’s laboratory.
Tamara Hostal, director and founder, Esmod Dubai, said: “The underlining objective of this course is to enhance the skills of those involved in the perfume industry, a field where there is a definite dearth of professionals.”
“Moreover, we have designed the course structure to bring out the inherent creativity and skills of the participants, especially by giving them a chance to create a fragrance of their own, representing their distinct individuality and tastes with regard to perfumes. Importantly, the fact that they get to take with them a personalised bottle of their own fragrance means that they will be able to proudly share their creation with friends and family,” Hostal said.
Perfume discovery especially targets the fast-growing perfume industry, as companies in this sector can send their employees for training, the statement said.– TradeArabia News Service
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