Inner beauty canâ€™t be seen, itâ€™s something you feel. A perfume is just such a phenomenon. Itâ€™s something you perceive â€“ subtle or intense, shy or provocative. In a split second, a scent can carry us back in time or whisk us away to far-off lands. Images are created in our mind’s eye. Could anything be more fascinating? My great passion lies with the special creations â€“ olfactory masterpieces by famous perfumers or up-and-coming newcomers. This was the idea when I createdÂ olfactorialist.com, a platform with a focus on niche perfumery andÂ special editions, but also for classics and interesting new releases of big brands and fashion houses.Â olfactorialist.com is a place for inspiration that carries my own personal touch.
Lena Brombacher was raised in a theatrical family. After receiving a Master’s degree in Romance Studies and English, she decided to become a journalist and completed an internship at Spiegel TV. She worked as an editor for lifestyle magazines and television before changing sides to work as a public relations consultant. Until 2009 she worked as a press spokesperson for the international fashion trade show Premium in Berlin and continues her collaboration with them now as a freelance editor in charge of the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Magazine and the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Guide. Since the beginning of 2010, she has been publishing regular perfume reviews on her blog olfactorialist.com in order to share her passion with perfume lovers around the globe. Lena Brombacher lives and works in Berlin.
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