DUBAI:These Middle Eastern perfume brands are changing the face of the fragrance industry in the region.
Huda and Mona Kattan, the Iraqi-American moguls behind cosmetics brand Huda Beauty, are launching their first-ever fragrance collection on Nov. 16. Called Kayali, the collection features four scents — Elixir, Vanilla, Musk and Citrus.
Anfas was launched by Emirati perfumer Asim Al-Qassim, who trained under master perfumer Rosendo Mateu in Spain.
Founded by Emirati perfumer Amna Al-Habtoor after she studied at The Cotswolds Perfumery in the UK, this brand offers unizex perfumes that are, according to the company, paraben-free, chemical-free and cruelty-free.
The name of this Kuwaiti-Saudi brand, founded by Omar Al-Houli and Abdullah Al-Dossari, combines the words “oud” and “addict.” It is made in France and mixes traditional Eastern notes, such as frankincense, with contemporary notes like bergamot.
The Fragrance Kitchen
Founded by the nephew of the emir of Kuwait, TFK combines familiar Middle Eastern scents with laboratory expertise. Expect notes such as oud, saffron and cedar wood in this delicious-smelling collection.
Named after scent connoisseur Saleh bin Nasser bin Lootah, this UAE-based brand creates Eastern and French perfumes, incenses, oud and luxury perfumed oils.
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