Olya Bar is a digital marketer and content strategist. She has worked in the fragrance industry for more than 10 years, focusing on branding, consulting and product development. Olya received her Bachelors of Science in International Trade and Marketing from the Fashion Institute of Technology in 2012.
Additionally, as a freelance journalist and creative director, she continues to apply her passion and acquired expertise to various digital space projects in beauty and fragrance industries across the world. Her most recent articles are currently available on Ça Fleure Bon.
Co-hostesses with the mostesses, Olya and Daisy bring our saucy banter to Clubhouse ♣️🏠 for Perfume Playdate 🥳!
We have a big bouncy castle 🏰🎈of beauty-talk planned, with a different topic every time. Join us live on Clubhouse or listen in on the web 🥳!
We can’t promise we’ll stay on topic, but we can promise that we will crack each other up (and hopefully you too 😂).
See you there! 💃🏼💃🏻
Daisy Bow is part-time assistant professor of French at the Fashion Institute of Technology and at the New School in New York City. She also teaches French and World Literature at Marymount Manhattan College.
Daisy received both her MA and Ph.D in French Language and Literature from New York University in 2012.
For her research, she works on French food and identity, French perfume history and culture, and online pedagogy for language instruction.
To read a selection of her perfume writing, click here: https://eaulalanyc.com/
Mimian Morales is a New York-based actor, writer, and singer-songwriter. Born and raised in Puerto Rico, she has long been exposed to scent (Nenuco, anyone?) but her current obsession began 9 years ago when she read Patrick Süskind’s novel Perfume: The Story of a Murderer.
Mimian holds a BA in Theatre from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and a Master’s in Strategic Communication from Columbia University, where her thesis focused on beauty subscription boxes.
She occasionally writes about fragrance on her blog Exercises in Vague.
Emmanuelle Varron, a 3rd generation Parisian, has been a perfumista since the age of 7. She was introduced to “niche” in the late 70's as a child, with L'Artisan Parfumeur Pomme Cannelle and Vanille Bourbon, then as an adult in 1993 when Serge Lutens opened its famous Palais-Royal boutique. Since then, Emmanuelle accumulated many fragrances that she keeps as treasures. She loves all genres of fragrances, but big white florals and tuberose perfumes are her favorites.
Emmanuelle was one of Ça Fleure Bon's first contributors when it launched in 2010, and after a few years concentrating on being a Media Manager for French rugby, she is back as an Editor, sharing her love for vintage and new fragrances, mostly from French brands.
Art, gastronomy, cosmetics and skincare are the other passions she shares on her blog, Mon Bazar Unlimited, and on her Instagram @monbazarunlimited.