Nadège Le Garlantezec
At the age of 10, and after smelling one of the world's oldest fragrances, Eau de Napoleon, Nadège realized she wanted to become a perfumer. After studying science, she joined ISIPCA. She was mentored by Antoine Maisondieu and in her third year, won the International Young Perfumer Award. After finishing at the Givaudan Perfumery School, she joined the Givaudan fine fragrance team in Paris. Some of Nadege's notable past fragrances include: Boucheron 'Boucheron Quatre' or Iceberg 'Eau de Iceberg Jasmine'.