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  • n. A maker or seller of perfumes.


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  • In case some didn't, or missed the film, it ends with a master parfumier being ripped apart by a crowd in a Bacchant frenzy.

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  • Ever-changing pop-ups freshen the scene, such as the Parisian parfumier Diptyque offering edible-smelling scents for your body and home.

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  • Orphaned at birth, Grenouille (newcomer Ben Whishaw, in a compelling performance) spends his childhood slaving away in a tannery before stumbling across the fading parfumier Baldini (an offbeat Dustin Hoffman), who enlists him as his apprentice.

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  • French parfumier Jean-Paul Guerlain is to go on trial today to face charges of making "racist insults" during a television interview. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph

  • Dove was the first non-Guerlain family member to be made 'Professeur de Parfums' and has served as resident parfumier of the luxury London department store Harrods. - Stuff

  • Buzz, marketed as the "essence of pure entertainment" was created in collaboration with parfumier Roja Dove, who strove to mix the style of TV's Sarah-Jessica Parker, the charisma of film siren Sophia Loren, the intoxicating sass of actor/singer Beyonce Knowles and the girl-next-door charm of Cheryl Cole. - Stuff


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