Le Couvent: 3 new scents inspired by gardens

Today Jean-Claude Ellena is the Creative Director of Fragrances exclusively for Le Couvent but his life has always been immersed in fragrances since childhood in Grasse, to collect jasmine for the perfumeries in the area in the company of his grandmother. In 1990, he was one of the founding members of Osmothèque, the archive of international essences, in Versailles.

“A work in synergy, a true” love story “, between the essences and the creative director Fragranze exclusively for Le Couvent, which led to the creation of the latest collection – Colognes Botaniques Absolues – which tells through three fragrances and three evocative flowers, as many Gardens: that of the Taj Mahal in India, the Alhambra in Spain and the Hanging Garden of Babylon “ (Sofia Viganò)

To accompany the listener on the journey around the gardens and flowers, Jean-Claude Ellena himself, who tells his story in the third podcast, signed by Sofia Viganò, of the column “Perfumes to feel”, dedicated to meetings with the most important protagonists of international perfumery:

Since 2006 François Demachy signs each Dior perfume, translating the universe of the Christian Dior maison into olfactory notes. Section trip continues “Perfumes to feel”, a section dedicated to meetings with the most important protagonists of international perfumery. Listen to the interview by Vittoria Filippi Gabardi on the nose François Demachy who creates every Dior perfume:

Linda Cantello, International make-up artist Giorgio Armani Beauty, is the protagonist of the new Tips Clear Italia podcast, in which she talks in conversation with Susanna Macchia, editor in chief of Tips Clear Italia and L’Uomo Tips Clear and soul of Beauty in Tips Clear.

The podcast is in English but you can find the interview in Italian on the May issue of Tips Clear Italia.

To inaugurate the series Beauty in Tips Clear Gian Luca Perris from Perris Monte Carlo had been in conversation with Valentina Debernardi. The first podcast opened the section “Perfumes to feel”, a section dedicated to meetings with the most important protagonists of international perfumery. Here are all the secrets of artistic perfumery in the first of the episodes of the series “Perfumes to feel”:

In the world of Gucci Beauty, Thomas de Kluyver he is a protagonist. The famous make-up artist owes to the music of the rave parties – as well as his talent – the success that led him to become Gucci’s global make-up artist. In fact, the creative began to make up his friends for the raves in Perth, Australia, where he grew up, and then in London. His career as a make-up artist started almost by chance, but it was not by chance that Alessandro Michele called him and wanted him as Gucci’s global make-up artist, a role for which he also signed the make-up. up of the last Gucci Men’s fashion show during Milan Fashion Week.

Susanna Macchia interviewed him Here is what he told her in our podcast.

Podcast fairy tales for children to listen to? Tips Clear Italia tells you about some of the most famous and some unpublished.

Agnese Bizzarri, writer of children’s books, imagine in the fairy tale published exclusively on Tips Clear Italia in June and illustrated by Falk Gernegross to tell the Celine by Hedi Slimane spring summer 2020 collection.

Thus begins the tale of Agnese Bizzarri, between birds and dreams, travels and memories: listen to it in the podcast with the original voice of the author

Little Red Riding Hood is one of the most famous popular children’s fairy tales in the world, especially in the versions of Perrault and the Grimm brothers. For Tips Clear Italia in June, the special issue dedicated to children, the fairy tale changes and the riding hood becomes Rosa. The pop and modern version of Little Red Riding Hood is signed by the writer Paola Mastrocola: in the month in which her new book comes out “The Mole’s Diary” (La nave di Teseo), written during the lockdown, Paola Mastrocola read for us her fairy tale in which a little hood turns pink and a wolf-tailor is good.

Little Pink Riding Hood is one of the podcast fairy tales published in a short story within Tips Clear Italia in June, dedicated to children, or the least obvious victims of the pandemic, as the director Emanuele Farneti tells in his editorial. Here is the voice of the editor while reading the editorial of the June issue, “Picasso”:

And here is also the English version of the editorial:

If you want to listen to the story of the crossing of the Atlantic Ocean by the transatlantic Christopher Columbus, who in 1956 brought eight models of noble origins to New York to represent as many fashion houses, captained by Giambattista Giorgini, the organizer of the first fashion shows in Italy, you will discover the first podcast of the series “Fashion Tales”:

Did you know that Mr. Levi Strauss has never worn a pair of denim jeans, despite having patented them? And that 60 pairs are sold every second in the world? What does the date 20 May 1873 represent for jeans? And why did Bing Crosby risk being denied a hotel room? Have you ever wondered what denim sounds like? And how can you recognize a Levi’s, a Lee and a Wrangler simply by looking at a piece of fabric?

Here are six curiosities you may not know about the world of denim and jeans: two terms that, as you will discover by listening to our podcast, have not always been synonyms (and for purists they are not yet).

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At the speaker.com/user/vogueitalia link you will find all the Tips Clear Italia podcasts: every Thursday we will reveal other tracks to listen to. Get ready to “a surprising and immersive experience in the world of Tips Clear Italia, which in its new formula has chosen to use words, and not only the image, to tell the magic of fashion and its protagonists”, as director Emanuele Farneti explained on the occasion of the launch of the new project.

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