Experimental Perfume Club is delighted to announce the launch of a new laboratory and workshop space in Dalston, London, where visitors can deconstruct the world of perfume, discover its science and make their own signature scent from a selection of perfumery ingredients.
The new EPC Lab is London’s first open-access perfume laboratory and is located in east London close to Dalston Junction station.
The Lab offers participants the perfect environment to experiment with scents, indulge their love for perfumes and design fragrances that are unique and completely bespoke. The EPC Lab educates individuals and brands about the 'language of scent' and offer participants a unique opportunity to get up close and personal with an art form traditionally difficult to access.
Led by fragrance expert and Perfume Curator Emmanuelle Moeglin, the Experimental Perfume Club hosts perfumery workshops, bespoke one-to-one consultations, open lab sessions and olfactory events.
“Scent is a very personal item of someone’s wardrobe, but it can often be difficult to find something truly unique. People are increasingly eager to find something that is completely tailored to their personal taste, so they get very excited when they create their own fragrance and understand the science behind it."
Each workshop allows participants to get hands-on with industry-standard perfumery ingredients and leave with an enriched fragrance vocabulary, an understanding of how scents work together, and a better vision of their own personal scent palate. The formulae of the fragrances created at the Lab are kept in the EPC library and can be reproduced, for the "creator" only, at any time.
“I am delighted that we have found a new home for the Experimental Perfume Club and am excited to invite members of the Experimental Perfume Club new and old to take part in a journey of olfactory discovery in our new perfumer laboratory,” Emmanuelle Moeglin, founder of EPC
The new Experimental Perfume Club lab is now open as an initial 6 month pop-up and located near Dalston Junction.