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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.
Ever-changing pop-ups freshen the scene, such as the Parisian parfumier Diptyque offering edible-smelling scents for your body and home.
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.
French parfumier Jean-Paul Guerlain is to go on trial today to face charges of making "racist insults" during a television interview.
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.
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.