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Highlights Royal Wedding – Prince Harry & Meghan Markle

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A few of the Highlights of the Royal Wedding between Prince Harry & Meghan Markle in Windsor, UK.

Pairfum London wish the Royal Couple all the best for the new life together.

That they may be happy, healthy and treasure “The Power Of Love” they have for each other.

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Incredible Facts About Your Sense of smell, people can detect one trillion distinct scents.

National Fragrance Day 2017 – 21st of March

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Celebrate National Fragrance Day 2017

Is there a better way of celebrating National Fragrance Day 2017 than by wearing your favourite perfume, lighting a fragranced candle you love or unwinding in a bath with a much loved bathing gel ?

Treat yourself today and enjoy the charms of perfume.

This is the day for lovers of perfume.

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Prioritise Your Nose For The Day

We also suggest that today you should give your nose priority !

When doing something, start with your nose. Let your nose be your guide for the day.

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Here are some ideas:

Smell your meal and enjoy its odours before you eat it.

Take in the bouquet of the wine you are about to drink.

Place your nose against the neck of your partner and inhale the aroma.

Memorise the fragrance of your children.

When you come home, open the door with your eyes closed and just take in the scent.

Relax on the sofa, close your eyes and treasure the fragrances you begin to pick up.

Try and identify as many facets as you can of your favourite fragrance.

Be creative, … and let’s see what your nose lets you get up to.

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Quotes About Perfume

“No elegance is possible without perfume. It is the unseen, unforgettable, ultimate accessory.”

Coco Chanel

“The beauty of fragrance is that it speaks to your heart…and hopefully someone else’s.”

Elizabeth Taylor

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“You should put scent where you like to be kissed.”

Catherine Deneuve

“A perfume is like a piece of clothing, a message, a way of presenting oneself… a costume… that differs according to the woman who wears it.”

Pablo Picasso

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“Fragrance helps to communicate immediately a certain something that is special about a person. Women expect fragrance to match their personality and highlight it. When I think of putting on shoes, a shirt, a tie, it is to express what I am all about – I believe a fragrance should do the same thing; make you feel more yourself.”

Massimo Ferragamo

“The creation of a perfume is an act of love, whether real or imaginary. I am romantic. I couldn’t imagine living without dreams.”

Nina Ricci

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“I felt something so intense, I could only express it in a perfume.”

Jacques Guerlain

“Odours have a power of persuasion stronger than that of words, appearances, emotions or will. The persuasive power of an odour cannot be fended off, it enters into us like breath into our lungs, it fills us up, imbues us totally. There is no remedy for it.”

From “Perfume” by Patrick Suskind

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Pairfum Happy New Year 2017 Home Fragrance Skin Care Perfume

Happy New Year 2017 !

We would like to wish all of our customers, suppliers and friends a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year.

We hope that you had a peaceful and enjoyable Christmas with your family & friends and we look forward to meeting you again this year.

May 2017 be a year in which your dreams come true.

Happy New Year 2017

Royal Ascot Ladies Day – Perfume Inspired Hats


Royal Ascot Ladies Day

Royal Ascot is a major event on the Britain’s social calendar and on Ladies Day it is the visitors who are the stars.

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This year, the team at PAIRFUM have collected a few of the outstanding ‘perfumery’ or ‘floristry’ inspired hats.

Amongst these fabulous hats, we have chosen the best perfumery inspired hat of 2016.

Here is our winner:


British Flower Week – Day Five – Alstromeria


British Flower Week

British Alstromeria

The final flower of the day during the British Flower Week 2016, is the British-grown Alstroemeria.

A flower that is long-lasting, colourful and which is not too difficult to grow in English gardens.

Alstroemeria is ready for a renaissance !

Here are links to blog posts with further information during the British Flower Week website:

Day Five – About British Alstroemeria

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Day Five – Designs using British Alstroemeria by Rob Van Helden Floral Design

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For anybody looking for inspiration on how to grow Alstromeria in their garden, here is a link to an interesting article:

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British Flower Week – Day Four – Foliage


British Flower Week

British Foliage

Foliage is often overlooked when big the blooms of roses and peonies dazzles us with their colour & shape. However, Florists overlook it at their peril! Foliage will always be the backbone or backdrop of any stunning bouquet, giving it a background framework, structure, movement and texture.

Foliage does not have to boring and can be selected from branches of beech, photinia, white leaf, willow, eucalyptus birch or euonymus.

‘Herbs’ can also be used to adds interest and fragrance to a bouquet through the inclusion of mint, oregano, sage, lavender or rosemary.

‘Stems’ offer another source of inspiration to the florist and these are some examples: cow parsley, breezy grasses and stems of trailing jasmine.


Here are links to blog posts with further information during the British Flower Week website:

Day Four – About British Foliage

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Day Four – Designs by The Flower Appreciation Society

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For anybody looking for inspiration on how to use Foliage, here is a link to an article:

 British Flowers Week: the 20 most creative florists

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British Flower Week – Day Three – Astrantia


British Flower Week

British Astrantia

The two common names for the British Astrantia are ‘Hattie’s pincushion’ and ‘masterwort’. This begs the question “who was Hattie ?” and “how did Astrantias get into her pincushions ?”

Here are two links to the British Flowers Week website and the posts about Astrantia.

Day Three – About British Astrantia

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Day Three – Designs using British Astrantia by Amanda Austin Flowers

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British Flower Week – Day Two – Orlaya Grandiflora


British Flower Week

British Orlaya Grandiflora

Also known as ‘lace flower’, Orlaya Grandiflora is a flower that not only stands out because of its ‘grandios’ name.

Here are two links with more information about Orlaya Grandiflora:

Day Two – About British Orlaya Grandiflora

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Day Two – Designs using British Orlaya Grandiflora by Petalon

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British Flower Week – Day One – Oriental Lily

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British Flower Week

The British Oriental Lily

Today marks the start of British Flower Week! A time to celebrate the nation’s flower industry and all the British flowers we love. Day One marks the celebration of the Oriental Lily.

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At present, the vast majority of flowers bought on our high-streets are from large-scale commercial growers abroad.

New Covent Garden Flower Market, launched the campaign to highlight British flowers instead.

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This annual celebration of seasonal, locally-grown flowers and foliage is uniting the UK’s flower industry and to sparking interest in where our flowers come from.

During the week the focus will be on the best of British cut flowers and the very best independent British florists to show just what British flowers are made of!

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Right now, British cut flowers are enjoying a resurgence in demand. Just as interest in locally-grown food has grown, people’s interest is resurgent in locally-grown, freshly cut flowers.

Up until the 1970s, the only flowers you would ever see in the Flower Markets and nurseries came from flower farmers across Britain. Today, the vast majority of flowers in your high street flower shop will have been grown by large scale commercial growers in Holland, South America and Africa and routed through the Dutch auctions.

Flowers Should Be Fragrant !

Here at PAIRFUM, we fully support the British Flower Industry, as we believe in locally produced goods.

Equally, as perfumers we continuously regret seeing flowers being grown for the beauty at the expense of their fragrance.

Lillies are a prime example of how wonderfully scented a floral bouquet can be.

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External Links

British Flowers Week is bringing British cut flowers back.

Here is the link to the website set up of this special week. Enjoy browsing the site:

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Day One – About the British Oriental Lily

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Day One – Designs using British Oriental Lilies by The Dorchester:

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Let’s stay in touch.

As a warm welcome to the family & friends of Pairfum London, we will send you a free gift, the e-book “Perfume” by Patrick Sueskind.

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