The evolution of fragrances over the years has been evident in all product categories, not only in today’s more complex compositions, but also in their applications and marketing. This infographic shows both traditional and non-traditional uses for fragrances and discusses fragrance trends such as celebrity branding, ‘natural’ fragrances and increased personalization.
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- United Airlines uses fragrance at O’HAre Airport to create “positive transition moments.”
- Both Jay-Z and Justin Bieber have branded fragrances, but it’s a trend that appears to be waning.
- Partnerships between fragrance houses and top brands are becoming commonplace.
- Consumer demand for ‘natural’ products is driving the development of ‘natural’ fragrances, as well.
- Fragrance use among men is growing.
- On-the-go formats are popular with men and women looking for effective and convenient to carry fragrances.
- Brands are increasingly allowing consumers to personalize their fragrance bottles.
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