Jean-Claude Ellena Famous Quotes & Sayings

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8 Jean-Claude Ellena Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Jean-Claude Ellena Sayings: My visitors say they noticed perfumes from different companies in my fridge, and ask what My visitors say they noticed perfumes from different companies in my fridge, and ask what I need these for. I explain that they are mainly there as historical benchmarks of quality, below which I must not and would not want to fall.
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Jean-Claude Ellena Sayings: As a person, I take pleasure in receiving and sharing. As a perfumer, I like As a person, I take pleasure in receiving and sharing. As a perfumer, I like showing and convincing ... I'm quite simply following the trajectory of an artist, someone who seeks and, sometimes, finds.
Jean-Claude Ellena Sayings: Art is a lie that tells the truth Art is a lie that tells the truth
Jean-Claude Ellena Sayings: The future does not really lie in discovering new fragrant raw materials ... In order The future does not really lie in discovering new fragrant raw materials ... In order to endure, haute perfumery is therefore condemned to inventing new olfactory promises ... to finding a new form of expression.
Jean-Claude Ellena Sayings: Smell is a word, perfume is literature. Smell is a word, perfume is literature.
Jean-Claude Ellena Sayings: Beautiful and minimalist, the traditional Japanese art of ikebana - arranging bouquets of cut flowers Beautiful and minimalist, the traditional Japanese art of ikebana - arranging bouquets of cut flowers and leaves using very few elements - ideally corresponded to a form of expression I could transpose in a perfume. The smell of a rose early in the morning, damp, sprinkled with dew, delicate and light.
Jean-Claude Ellena Sayings: Oddly, though, lists are reassuring. We become aware of this if we scrupulously follow a Oddly, though, lists are reassuring. We become aware of this if we scrupulously follow a recipe, which is essentially a list of ingredients and actions; but if we give this 'list' too much importance, we leave no room for the imagination.
Jean-Claude Ellena Sayings: Perfume is a story in odors, sometimes a poetry of memory Perfume is a story in odors, sometimes a poetry of memory