Anne Flipo

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Frenchwoman Anne Flipo is currently one of the best and most sought-after perfumers in the world. Her passion and career began in her home garden near the northern French city... Read more
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Frenchwoman Anne Flipo is currently one of the best and most sought-after perfumers in the world. Her passion and career began in her home garden near the northern French city of Laon, where she learned to love the world of fragrances as a child. She completed her training as a perfumer at the ISIPCA in Versailles, which to this day is considered an internationally recognized forge of excellence in this field. Her teacher was the fragrance legend Michel Almairac, who knew how to encourage and challenge Anne's talent and creativity. She began working for the IFF - International Flavor & Fragrance immediately after graduating and has been a perfumer since 2004 and Vice President since 2018. To date, Anne Flipo is a proud creator of over 166 perfumes. The highlights of her professional work hardly leave any big-name unmentioned:

Burberry: Brit Rhythm
Chloé: Love Story
Jimmy Choo: Illicit
Paco Rabanne: Lady Million (with Dominique Ropion and Beatrice Piquet)
Jo Malone London: The Herb Garden Collection.

Not only was Anne Flipo able to enrich the world of fragrances with her unique creations, but she was also one of the first women to conquer this male domain. She is now considered a world-renowned fragrance expert and one of the best "noses" around. It takes about 9 months to develop a successful new fragrance. She picked Neroli, the scent of the bitter orange tree, to be her favorite scent. It is a component of almost every one of her creations. She created a kind of monument to it with her work for L'Artisan Parfumeur. For the traditional French house, which specializes in niche perfumes, she created the "Fleur d'Oranger" fragrance experience. That Anne Flipo is one of the greatest in the world of fragrances and has been official since 2019. Since then, she has been allowed to use the honorary title "Master Perfumer".
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