Create your own unorthodox odor in this workshop exploring some of the more unconventional olfactory elements.
Enjoy a unique sensorial experience in this hands-on workshop by the Experimental Perfume Club. Learn how to deconstruct fragrances and discover their secrets before creating your own signature scent from scratch.
Led by Experimental Perfume Club founder Emmanuelle Moeglin, this two hour workshop is for those with some knowledge or former experience in perfume creation looking to experiment and take their sensory investigations to the next level.
This workshop will explore quirky combinations and contrasts, using some of the more unusual ingredients used in perfumery, including those that evoke metallic, animal and leather notes. The focus will be to encourage experimentation and push the boundaries in sensory harmony and dissonance.
You will leave the evening with a workbook filled with key fragrance facts, personal notes, the formula for your fragrance and your very own bottle of your personally devised bespoke fragrance.
This workshop is of an experimental nature and as such, the fragrance created during the session may not necessarily be wearable to your taste but may be suitable for personal projects and more avant-garde purposes.
The workshop will involve the use of high concentration chemicals, those with allergies and sensitivities are advised to take this into consideration. Gloves and goggles will be provided.
Part of Perfume: A sensory journey through contemporary scent, open from 21 June — 17 September. Ticket includes entry to the exhibition.