FeaturesMay 27, 2022 2022-12-03 1:19
Perfume masks your body odour and helps you smell better, making it easier for others to be around you and have a good conversation with you. And, in regard to this, we bring to you the journey of Dimple Fouzdar, founder of Maison de Fouzdar, India’s first and only niche perfumer
One of the biggest lifestyle empires today, lies in the business of perfume. It’s the epitome of a luxury gift, advertising pulls out the stops with it, and celebrities in the West from Jennifer Lopez to Rihanna and Kim Kardashian
Millennial women entrepreneurs are slowly transforming economies and communities. With more and more women entrepreneurs joining India Inc., the business landscape is changing manifold, we as a nation are striving for greater inclusivity and diversity.
Backed with centuries-old history of fragrance and global perspectives, the new age scent-makers are crafting luxurious olfactory experiences. All Good Scents offers a diverse range of fragrances with different olfactive choices for personal use, gifting or even creating your scents.
Dimple Fouzdar, the founder, is one other robust supporter of all issues oudh, however understands the necessity to give it a up to date replace. Their vary varies from floral to woody-spicy and all in between, and is positioned as a premium top-shelf product. A 100 ml flacon is within the ₹4,000 vary.
This niche perfumery creates gender-fluid fragrances that draw from emotions and memories. Founder Dimple Fouzdar claims to be a “part-artist, part-scientist, and a full-scale creative perfumer”. The perfumery carefully balances the allures of East and West by mixing scents sourced from the...
Dimple Fouzdar, a part-artist, part-scientist, and a full-scale creative perfumer, established her luxury brand, Maison de Fouzdar after 3 years of hard work. Fouzdar successfully combines the oudh-ish fragrance, reminiscent of the sultry souks of the Middle East, with the glamour of the West.
Fragrances and festivities go hand in hand; the power to smell is one of the key senses we have - and the right kind of smell can evoke a million happy memories. A good scent worn in moderation adds to a favourable impression and creates a strong imagery. An evocative fragrance is a secret to gift-giving success, and what better than to introduce a new festive fragrance into a loved one's life.
Offering luxurious and exotic perfumes, Maison de Fouzdar is a niche fragrance brand founded by Indian perfumer Dimple Fouzdar. With a clear intent to convey emotions, create beautiful moments and jog unforgettable memories, the perfumes come in 8 variants and are unique, unisex, beyond boundaries and highly concentrated.
New to the homegrown perfume labels category, Maison De Fouzdar has tempted many with its Middle Eastern Oudh mystique. Founded by Dimple Fouzdar, the brand creates gender-fluid fragrances. Having opened its store at Scentido Niche Perfumery in Khan Market, this luxury niche fragrance brand is offering luxurious and exotic extrait de parfums et parfums d'intérieur.
With a deep rooted passion for fragrances, Dimple Fouzdar, Founder of Maison De Fouzdar, introduced niche perfumery in India. While reading law, she comprehended her endearment for diverse scents. Spending time in Grasse France, she honed the craft,
"Maison De Fouzdar Oud Imperial fragrance Immersed in timeless aroma, Maison de Fouzdar brings you to it’s divine fragrances to add to your festive spirit!"
“Oud Imperial by Maison De Fouzdar A relatively new entrant to the homegrown perfume labels category that is enticing us with its meeting of Middle Eastern Oudh mystique is Maison De Fouzdar. Founded by Dimple Fouzdar, this niche perfumery creates gender fluid fragrances based on emotions and memories.”
“Èlixir Extrême by Maison De Fouzdar: Another fragrance that perfectly blends the finest Bulgarian and Turkish roses, this scent calms the senses while giving the feeling of warmth.With notes of agarwood, Madagascar vanilla, and violets, this one is for people who prefer a soft, lingering scent that leaves an impression.”
Every stylish girl owns a pantsuit in her wardrobe. Be it for a corporate meeting or a more casual soiree, pantsuits can be pulled off anywhere with ease and it also adds more sophistication to your look. But a lot of times, women consider it to be a more androgynous style since their feminine side doesn't get accentuated in this look.
Even if you have no interest in perfumery, you may have noticed that many of the men who get into an elevator with you tend to smell the same. It is not the smell that we have traditionally associated with after shaves and men’s fragrances, but something heavier and almost overpowering. It is a smell that is sweet and woody but also, somewhat reminiscent of human or animistic secretions.
The smell of a light and airy fragrance can lift your spirits even during the hottest summer days. Signature summer perfumes with notes of fresh-cut flowers and exotic citrus are instant mood-boosters. These zesty fragrances allow us to be transported to the great outdoors without actually leaving the house. So, here’s our list of the fresh, new perfumes that will help you pull in vacay vibes right from your house, with just a single spritz.
Maison de Fouzdar: Dimple Fouzdar, the founder, is another strong supporter of all things oudh, but understands the need to give it a contemporary update. Their range varies from floral to woody-spicy and all in between, and is positioned as a premium top-shelf product. A 100 ml flacon is in the ₹7,000 range.
A relatively new entrant to the homegrown perfume labels category that is enticing us with its meeting of Middle Eastern Oudh mystique is Maison De Fouzdar. Founded by Dimple Fouzdar, this niche perfumery creates gender fluid fragrances based on emotions and memories. The Oud Imperial Extrait De Parfum (Rs 6,499 for 50ml) is an Oriental-inspired scent that is floral yet heady.
Dimple Fouzdar of the niche perfumery brand Maison de Fouzdar explains how it goes beyond the label. “We are living in a world of gender equality and so the fragrance world is no more divided by gender. The different scents today have come to be seen as a reflection of a continues to see a rising demand for these fragrances.”