ODOU is a Jasmine Award-winning magazine, exploring smell and perfume through memory, science, art, design, personal reflections, photography and more. Like us, the magazine believes that smell is the understated sense, the underdog, the riddler; it’s elusive, familiar and arresting. Exploring the sense of smell is so fascinating because it conjures up the deepest memories and strongest emotions.
That's why we're delighted that the third issue of ODOU (out now) published the interview that we conducted with Demeter CEO, Mark Crames, on our first trip to New York - right at the start of our adventure with The Library of Fragrance, when we were trying to find a way to bring it to UK shores.
On pages 31 - 33, you'll be able to read about the fateful link that our own Clare Rees has with the brand, find out more about the the factory, in Pennsylvania - and gain a greater insight into what the company's wonderful mission is, and how it brings it to life each day.
Issue three is also crammed with a host of riveting features: go foraging for perfume ingredients with Juniper Ridge, discover Perfumer Vero Kern's creative processes, learn about Industrial Designer, Andrea Strata's views about how the experience and story of perfume can be improved and go on a flight with writer Neil Chapman as he journeys through the skies and into the past with classic perfume.
You can buy ODOU in either print or digital formats, here.