In collaboration with Andrew Kai, Tammy will be taking you on a sensory journey - Edible Perfume - inspired by her passion for handcrafted, organic and natural perfume products.
FRAZER PARFUM creates handcrafted, organic and natural perfume products in collaboration with local artisans. Founded in 2008, “each perfume is composed at a particular time in my life inspired by expeditions traveling to the source of the raw materials”.
Tammy Violet Frazer is a perfumer who works only with the finest quality raw materials. She celebrates art and design while spearheading African luxury. Tammy is the granddaughter of Graham Wulff, inventor of Oil of Olay. Following in his footsteps, she single-handedly launched her own handmade perfumes in eclectic retail environments in Europe, North America, UK, Ukraine, Oceania, Nigeria and South Africa. Discovering the arts, Tammy’s exploration of scent portraiture, “Skin Portraits”, was catalogued as the first-ever scent “novella” at the Smithsonian Museum of African Art.
Read more about Tammy’s journeys in her column “Making Scents”, published in the Mail & Guardian newspaper and on her blog.
Costs R515 per person. Only 24 seats available so book in advance to avoid disappointment.
We will confirm the actual venue address via email closer to the date.