Five years ago, on Black Friday no less, Christi Meshell of House of Matriarch launched her first artisan perfume. In that time, House of Matriarch has become one of the most respected brands in high perfumery. To celebrate this momentous milestone, perfumer Christi Meshell will be hosting an appreciation party and shopping event for all fans, old and new, of her fragrance revolution.
On November 28 from 1pm-8pm, sample House of Matriarch’s extensive collection of artisan fine fragrances, enjoy delicious refreshments, delightful surprises and a generous discount on all purchases. For more information or to RSVP, check out the invite here.
Address: 11000 NE 10th Street Suite C, Bellevue, Washington 98004
The wonderful perfumers featured in the Pacific Northwest Indie Fragrance Criterion will be onsite at San Francisco’s Tigerlily Perfumery with their beautiful handcrafted perfumes! Come by on Thursday, July 17 from 5-8pm to meet . . .
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Guests will enjoy perfume tribute cocktails and a 10% discount on all scents in the shop. For more information and to RSVP, go here. To learn more about the perfumers presenting, check out Sweet Anthem’s 5 Questions interviews. Lastly, for a review of all featured scents, check out this write up on Australian Perfume Junkies.
If you’re in Los Angeles this weekend, check out FRAGments: Artisan Perfume Event and Collective. Meet with perfumers, including Seattle Sniff’s own Olympic Orchids and Pirouette Perfumes, in an art gallery setting where you can sniff and buy. Ellen Covey of Olympic Orchids will be giving a lecture and leading discussion from 11am-12pm on the topic of Scent and Perception.
Event Schedule & Location:
Saturday: June 7, 2014
Skinny Studio 5025 York Boulevard, Los Angeles 90042
11am-12pm Dr. Ellen Covey on Scent Perception / discussion
12pm-6pm Collective Exhibit and Pop-up Shop
For more information on exhibitors, please check out the FRAGments website.
Sweet Anthem Perfumes is pleased to announce a “Make It and Take It” custom perfume event, June 3 thru June 7! Shoppers will be able to make their very own custom perfume in store without an appointment needed, browse nearly 30 individual perfume materials to choose from, and have a custom label created for their one of a kind perfume. Intrepid noses can choose from an Eau de Parfum or a Perfume Oil for their custom creation.
This Make It and Take It event is in part to celebrate new, longer store hours for the perfume shop. Starting June 3, the shop will be open Tuesday through Saturday, 12 – 6pm for extended hours this summer. The first five shoppers to visit during Sweet Anthem’s new extended hours will be treated with a goodie bag full of the perfumer’s favorite summer scents.
In addition to the Make It and Take It custom perfume event, shoppers can peruse the large number of independent perfumers that the shop is proud to support. Many award-winning West Coast perfumers like Olympic Orchids, Imaginary Authors, and Yosh Han are featured, along with Sweet Anthem’s own in-house line of vegan-friendly perfumes, that are offered in perfume oil, eau de parfum, and solid perfume.
With Father’s Day approaching, this event is a great opportunity to make dad his very own custom scent. For more information and to RSVP, check out Sweet Anthem’s event page.
Perfumer Meredith Smith of Sweet Anthem is offering internships (or “internsniffs” as she likes to call them) for qualified individuals interested in being a Studio Assistant or an Event Assistant. This is a great opportunity to learn about the perfume industry from an award-winning perfumer, running an online business, managing a small store front, and marketing for creative businesses.
All candidates must have the following qualifications:
- Excellent computer skills
- Proficiency with Mac preferred
- Friendly demeanor, go-to attitude
- Ability to follow directions to the letter
- Ability to commit to a weekly, steady schedule
Currently, these internships are unpaid. However, after a 3-month work period, you’ll have the option to ask for a review at which time you may be hired officially as a paid employee.
For more information about the positions or to apply, please visit the Internsniff Application page.