Olivia Giacobetti

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Olivia Giacobetti. Photo: Guillaume Luisetti.

Olivia Giacobetti is a French perfumer, currently creative director at Parfum Lubin.

Biography[edit]

She started her own Iskia company in 1990.[1]

For Diptyque[edit]

  • Philosykos (1996)[1]
  • Ofrésia (1999)
  • Essence of John Galliano (candle & room spray)

For Guerlain[edit]

  • Petit Guerlain (1994)[1]
  • Baby Guerlain (2005)

For L'Artisan Parfumeur[edit]

  • L'Eau de L'Artisan (1993)[2]
  • Premier Figuier (1994)[2]
  • Drôle de Rose (1995)[2]
  • Thé Pour Un Eté (1996)[2]
  • L’Eau du Fleuriste (1997)
  • Navegar (1998)[2]
  • Dzing! (1999)[1][3]
  • Passage d'Enfer (1999)[2]
  • Tea for Two (2000)[2]
  • Thé des Sables (2001)
  • Un Bouquet en Mai (2001)
  • Safran Troublant (2002)[2]
  • Jour de Fete (2004)[2]
  • Extrait de Songe / L'Eté en Douce (2005)[2]
  • Fou d'Absinthe (2006)[2]
  • Mandarine Tout Simplement (2006)

Miscellaneous[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e Hamilton, Denise (2011) "Found In Translation: Olivia Giacobetti uses her sensory alchemy to make scents of memories", LA Times, March 2011, retrieved 2011-06-26
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "Olivia Giacobetti", L'Artisan Parfumeur, retrieved 2011-06-26
  3. ^ Burr, Chandler (2006) "The Remix: Scent Strip; Building Blocks", New York Times, 8 October 2006, retrieved 2011-06-26
  4. ^ Giovannini, Joseph (2002) "A Blithe Fragrance Descends From Paris", New York Times, 3 November 2002, retrieved 2011-06-26
  5. ^ Verner, Amy (2011) "Blotting paper 2.0: Have you sniffed perfume on driftwood lately?", Globe and Mail, 4 June 2011