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Seeking Air Aroma Distributors

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Looking to become an official Air Aroma distributor in the Americas? Now is your opportunity!

Air Aroma is interested in partnering with new companies to grow even further by expanding our global reach. Air Aroma is an international leader in scent marketing, with one of the largest distribution networks in the world. Our five regional offices are supported by over 80 local distributors in varying countries.

We are continuing to rapidly grow in our existing markets, so we are looking for support in new Latin and South American countries. Air Aroma is seeking partnerships with motivated companies & individuals that share an interest in the scent industry. We pride ourselves on our high quality product & brand design as well as unparalleled customer service. New distributors must share these same values, however, a range of diverse backgrounds and industries are always welcome.

We are interested in forming lasting relationships with distributors in the following countries:
-Bolivia
-Argentina
-Brazil
-Costa Rica
-Paraguay
-Uruguay
-Peru
-Guatemala
-And many more...!

If you are interested in joining the Air Aroma team, we would love to hear from you! Please get in touch with us by filling out our contact form.

Mother's Day Special

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The day to show appreciation for Mothers is coming up soon! Show your mother how much you care by giving something she will love and appreciate.

In between coordinating your brunch plans and writing your most heartfelt letters to your mothers, be sure to check out the Air Aroma web store, where with every purchase of an Aromax, we're giving away a free 13ml bottle of our Ruby fragrance. This fresh, floral and fruity fragrance elegantly blends notes of amber, lily of the valley, black currant, melati blossom, mandarin, and white musk for a sophisticated and sumptuous aromatic experience. Feel the room transform into a graceful garden of soft florals with Ruby.

This special promotion will last until Mother's Day, Sunday, May 10. No code is required! Visit http://store.air-aroma.com to start shopping.

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ÉCOLE Pop up at (blank)

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This past week, Air Aroma contributed to the influence of New York City based fashion startup ÉCOLE with a one week pop up shop at Bowery's (blank). "ÉCOLE is the first online destination built exclusively for men to buy smart, stylish menswear essentials." ÉCOLE, referring to the French word meaning school, thinks of itself as a resource and reference for men. Jorge Cosano's inspired startup plays back to the basics, but with an understated, stylish twist for the millennial man.

(blank), Wallplay's concept space for "intimate, branded consumer experiences," provided the quintessential location for this simple yet savvy launch on the art-breathing Bowery at Bleeker Street. Inspired by leather bound school books, the bespoke scent filled the space with notes of leather, oakmoss, sandalwood, and tobacco, creating a nostalgic and sophisticated ambiance.

ÉCOLE has partnered with designers like Richard Chai and Robert Geller to handpick classic and clever creations available at the touch of a button on a mobile device. This curated shopping experience is essential for a man of the current times, who is mindful of style, yet clever and effortless.

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A New Yorker's View of Tokyo

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A New Yorker's View of Tokyo:

This February, the Tokyo and New York offices of the Air Aroma Group engaged in a staff exchange in which staff members from opposite sides of the world swapped office desks for a week. Japanese staffer Yumi braced for subzero temperatures here in New York, while Rachel was welcomed by the Japan team to a relatively warmer Tokyo.

With customers in over 80 countries, our offices around the world are constantly abuzz with conversation, emails pinging back and forth and frequent Skype meetings on the calendar. But how does New York differ from Tokyo in office culture, staff activity and marketing styles?

SHIGA S/S 2015 Collection “plants” x Air Aroma

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Contemporary Japanese fashion brand Shiga crafts designs of modern sophistication with a touch of natural feminine flair, incorporating ideas and inspirations of nature, fluidity, and eclectic elegance. Ryota Shiga is an innovative Japanese fashion designer born in Fukishima Japan in 1985. After graduating from Fugino Fashion University, he moved to Italy to pursue his fashion design career, and shortly thereafter established his own fashion brand Ryota Shiga, which has recently been launched as the singular “Shiga.”

As part of the launch at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week TOKYO Air Aroma added to the sensory experience of the Spring/Summer 2015 collection “plants” by incorporating a natural essential oil blend into the exhibition. A unique clear floral scent with notes of lavender and eucalyptus was diffused throughout the show, blending seamlessly with the aesthetic of the “plants” collection.

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What is a Nose?

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We often refer to people based on their skill or occupation. We label individuals who are in movies as Actors, people who serve customers as a Waiters, but what is a Nose?

A Nose is a term used to describe a perfume artist, someone who is capable of portraying moods, emotions and concepts through fragrance composition. A Nose is trained over many years to develop the knowledge of a large variety of fragrance ingredients and their smells, as well as understand how the ingredients change over time and how ingredients may be altered when combined with other ingredients.

Air Aroma excites the senses at NYFW

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As part of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, Air Aroma partnered with luxury fashion and accessory brand Flowen to scent The Specimens Collection Jewelry Exhibit during New York Fashion Week. Flavia Lowenstein, the creative genius behind Flowen, brings to life undiscovered multi-cellular forms and translates them into wearable art.

To complement the otherworldly aesthetic of The Specimens Collection, Air Aroma incorporated robust, earthy, ingredients such as tobacco, moss, and patchouli to give the atmosphere an organic and natural vibe. Mediterranean spices added a warm allure to the vast warehouse while notes of leather evoked an enigmatic richness.

Ancient Aromas

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Utilizing fragrance to enrich an environment or personal presence is something that has fascinated humans throughout history in various industries and circumstances. Thinking back to ancient times, one might reason that scent was solely primitive, a tactic used to help humans find food, ward off diseases and disaster, or seek out a mate. However, thousands of years ago, ancient civilizations of Egypt, Greece and Rome were well known for their use of oils and fragrances derived from plants and flowers for medicine, rituals, and cosmetology. Egyptian high priests anointed themselves in exotic scents like cinnamon and myrrh with sweet wine. Greek athletes doused their sore bodies in lavender baths, while Ancient Romans were known to use flower-scented water at banquets in between meals.