TAMMY FRAZER: MISTRESS OF SCENTS

The Mistress of Scents, Tammy Frazer.

The Mistress of Scents, Tammy Frazer.

Chapter 1: Nutmeg and Jasmine. Inspired by Rajasthan, India.

Chapter 1: Nutmeg and Jasmine. Inspired by Rajasthan, India.

If you possess an obsession with perfume to rival the great Parisian Napoleon Bonaparte or if exclusivity appeals to you, then consider Tammy Frazer your very own dedicated perfumer.

Tammy is no neophyte to the business of beauty. She is after all the granddaughter of chemist and inventor Graham Wulff, the alchemist behind the leading beauty elixir Oil of Olay. Since 1953, Tammy’s grandfather’s business has grown into a powerful cosmetics powerhouse.

Fast forward to 2011 and Tammy Frazer has carved herself a place in beauty history with her very own perfumery, Frazer Parfum. She has set apart her brand by taking an antiquarian approach to the art, where she personally creates the perfumes by hand. Frazer Parfum has done something rare and extraordinary: bespoke service meets the art and science of perfume.

In keeping with developments in the luxury industry, Tammy has taken a ‘green’ approach to perfumes. She works solely with quality natural and organic raw materials from suppliers the world over.

The perfume house’s ready-to-wear collection, called Chapters, is truly luxurious. Tammy says that the collection is inspired by her travels, recalling the landscapes, flavors, scents and cultures of the people met along the journey.

Frazer Parfum’s latest campaign communicates this and its exclusive high-end bespoke service, as of to say that even you can be like Napoleon and smell like a royalty.

Visit Frazer Parfum to learn more about the brand or to make inquiries about ordering.

Chapter 2: Ylang and Narcisse. Inspired by Madagascar.

Chapter 2: Ylang and Narcisse. Inspired by Madagascar.

Chapter 3: Coffee and Orange Blossom. Inspired by Sydney, Australia.

Chapter 3: Coffee and Orange Blossom. Inspired by Sydney, Australia.

Chapter 4: Corsica Everlasting. Inspired by Coraica France.

Chapter 4: Corsica Everlasting. Inspired by Coraica France.

Chapter 5: Swiss Stone. Inspired by Valais' Switzerland.

Chapter 5: Swiss Stone. Inspired by Valais’ Switzerland.

Chapter 6: Mint and Patchouli. Inspired by the Spice Trade Route.

Chapter 6: Mint and Patchouli. Inspired by the Spice Trade Route.

Chapter 7: Rose and Tuberose. Inspired by India.

Chapter 7: Rose and Tuberose. Inspired by India.

Chapter 8: Oakmoss and Violet Leaf. Inspired by England.

Chapter 8: Oakmoss and Violet Leaf. Inspired by England.

Chapter 9: Ruby Grapefruit and Frankincence. Inspired by Pakistan Desert.

Chapter 9: Ruby Grapefruit and Frankincence. Inspired by Pakistan Desert.

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Le Marquis des Excellences

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