Cinquieme Sens Olfactory Training : For Professionals and Perfume Fans


Founded in Paris in 1976, Cinquième Sens (which means Fifth Sense in French) is offering an opportunity to learn about fragrance through series of workshops and training programs designed for the professional and the fragrance fan alike. The sessions range from 1 day to a year and can be tailored to reflect your specific needs. The best part is that unlike most programs of this nature, Cinquième Sens training sessions will be available in New York, from the Cinquième Sens Madison office. The topics that the sessions cover range from Olfactory Perfection (study of the main raw materials in each family,) A Century of Women’s/Men’s Fragrances, Study of the Top 20 launches, Formulation Workshop, among many others.

Please contact Laetitia Longuefosse, Director USA of Cinquième Sens at laetitia dot longuefosse at novalys dot com, + 1 646 251 5221 for more information, prices and availability.


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  • Laetitia Longuefosse: Thank you very much for this publication Victoria!

    I would like to add that registrations are open for the 2 day “Introduction to perfumery and to the language of scents”.
    It will take place in New York on September 23 and 24.
    Please contact me with any question.

    Laetitia Longuefosse
    laetitia (at) cinquiemesens dot com August 18, 2008 at 4:15pm Reply

  • sweetlife: I wrote to Ms. Longuefosse, but received no reply. Ah well, I’ll try once more… August 21, 2008 at 7:11am Reply

  • sweetlife: Ah yes, that did the trick! August 21, 2008 at 10:08am Reply

  • T: I sent you an email, let me know what you think. October 7, 2008 at 10:13pm Reply

  • Madelyn: Dear Vika,
    I am going throug major withdrawel from you and your beautiful posts. Please !!! Wherever in the world you are – we miss you – come back to you loving fans ! October 9, 2008 at 1:50am Reply

  • Lavinia: Dear Vika,
    where are you? October 16, 2008 at 9:55am Reply

  • Anya: Victoria, in an attempt to lure you out of ahem, “retirement” 😉 I’ve tagged you

    desperate for a new post! October 17, 2008 at 3:40pm Reply

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