A Grande Dame of the Perfume Industry Turns Ninety-Five On April 26, 1924, a pregnant woman named Mollie Green was in the perfume department of Wanamaker’s Department Store, in Philadelphia, when her water broke. She did not live in Philly; she was working as a milliner in Atlantic City, New Jersey, and on one final weekend shopping spree before the baby came. She rushed to a nearby hospital, where she gave birth to a baby girl, Annette. On her return trip to New Jersey, by bus, a few days later, she had an extra passenger in tow and smelled like Lucien Lelong perfume, which would be her signature scent for the rest of her life. read more > Annette Green Receives Perfumed Plume Award for Best Fragrance Book of 2019 It is a great pleasure to announce that “Spritzing To Success With The Woman Who Brought An Industry To Its Senses” by the legendary Annette Green is the recipient of the 2019 Perfumed Plume Awards Fragrance Book of the Year.
read more > Perfumed Plume Celebrates Winners at Awards Celebration Annette Green was among this year's honorees.
The Perfumed Plume Awards for Fragrance Journalism celebrated its 4th annual awards at a celebration on Wednesday, April 10, at the Society of Illustrators in New York City. read more > These are the 2019 Perfumed Plume Awards Finalists The finalists for the 2019 Perfumed Plume Awards have been announced.
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jump-starting a second bigger and better year to continue the mission of
recognizing creative storytelling that enlightens, engages and educates
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