my book, "The Art of Perfume" published by Italian publisher Castelvecchi and just arrived in bookstores. I haven't written anything of it before because I didn't succeed, so I'm telling you now. The book is designed like a manual taking es the reader to discover the fragrance world, helping to educate the nose with suggestions, stimuli, scent paths to walk around notes.
I enjoyed the presentation very much, I was sitting between our host, Agostino Poletto (left, Pitti Immagine Deputy Director) and Gabriele Ametrano (right, editor of the Corriere) who, besides being cultured and very charming fellows, are particularly interested in perfumery, so their questions and comments were extremely consistent and deep. The audience could ask questions and shortly the presentation became an happening among perfume aficionados, and the "half an hour" in the program became more than one. We were so taken from the discussion, we risked being locked inside the Stazione Leopolda!