The Osmothèque is the world's largest scent archive, a leading international research institution tracing the history of perfumery, based in Versailles. The DNA and unicity of this archive is that
The Osmothèque is the world’s largest scent archive, a leading international research institution tracing the history of perfumery, based in Versailles. The DNA and unicity of this archive is that they also bring back disappeared perfumes by redoing them based on the original formulas.
February 13, Isabelle Chazot from the Osmothèque will give a lecture on the history of perfume at Nationalmuseum in Stockholm. Anne-Cécile Pouant will introduce the lecture with a presentation of the institution Osmothèque and Victor Langer, Sweden’s leading perfume expert, will end the lecture on tendencies from the niche- and artisan market of our own time.
During the lecture, the audience will be able to smell a selection of historical perfumes, from antiquity to today. These are historical recreations that cannot be smelled anywhere else in the world.
When: February 13 2020, at 18:00–19:30, approximately.
Where: The Southern Courtyard, Nationalmuseum, Södra Blasieholmshamnen 2, Stockholm
Limited number of seats (130), free admission, no pre-booking.
(Torsdag) 18:00 - 19:30