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Nathalie Feisthauer joins Symrise as senior perfumer

Nathalie Feisthauer joined the Fine Fragrance team at Symrise on October 1, 2008, the fragrance and flavourings manufacturer announced today in release.

Nathalie Feisthauer, Symrise

Nathalie Feisthauer, Symrise

Ms Feisthauer learned her trade at the renowned Givaudan Roure School and worked for Givaudan for the past 20 years. She began her career in 1990 in New York, where she collaborated with well-known perfumers Karyn Khoury, Ann Gottlieb and Clare Cain. Their work resulted in the fragrances of Elysium for Clarins, Aramis Havana and Nuits Indiennes for Jean-Louis Scherrer.

In 1994 her career took her back to her native France, where she created such acclaimed perfumes as Must for Men (Cartier), l’Eau des Merveilles (Hermès) and Versace Blondes. She also developed fragrances for fashion labels Comme des Garçons and Diesel as well as for Parisian manufacturer Etat Libre d’Orange.

Nathalie Feisthauer joined Symrise’s Paris Creative Centre as senior perfumer.

See online : www.symrise.com
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