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WILD FLOWERS Collection | Juli Bolaños-Durman x Jorum Studio
“These objects honour the instinctual need to create something with our hands, and how this act of making connects us to our humanity, our forefathers/foremothers and the future.” - Juli Bolaños-Durman.
The Glass Magazine
Glass previews Juli Bolaños-Durman Studio x Jorum Studio Wild Flowers collection
Poignant and creative, Bolaños-Durman is joining artistic forces once more with independent Edinburgh-based fragrance brand, Jorum Studio, for the debut of her Wild Flowers collection. A commentary on social change, Wild Flowers is the latest showcase of Bolaños-Durman’s unique ability to transform abandoned, disfigured glass into visually captivating art with hand-cut detailing.
HAUSER & WIRTH
Re.use, Re.Think, Re.Imagine.
The exhibition presents the work of seven UK-based experimental artists and makers, whose practice explores unique responses to materials and process. The group exhibition will feature new and existing works, spanning glass, ceramics, found objects, textiles and furniture. Whether repurposing, recycling or innovating, each of the makers are challenging traditional conceptions of craft and functional design. Visitors will journey through a reimagined material landscape, from Juli Bolaños-Durman’s multifaceted glass sculptures
THE SCENT OF AUTUMN. The must-have fragrances that evoke the spirit of the season…
Medullary-ray by Jorum Studio.
Notes of fig, cardamom and olive blend with rose absolute, pomegranate, vetiver and myrrh for a hypnotic signature from Scotland’s first fragrance house.
“Scent Away: Carduus
Jorum Studio is the creation of Edinburgh-based couple Chloe Mullen and Euan McCall, whose “progressive” botanical perfumes are handmade in Scotland. The pleasingly original Carduus is based on the Thistle and smells, by turns, boozy, spicy, woody and herbal with notes of sage and honey”
“News from Scotland: Jorum Studio Pop-Up Perfumery…
…consumers can immerse themselves in the hustle and bustle of Edinburgh's "Fringe Festival" by falling in love with a new fragrance, which will forever remind them of lovely summertime memories spent in Scotland's capital.”
“Scotland's first fragrance house launches pop-up perfumery
Jorum Laboratories, Scotland’s first fragrance house, has announced the launch of its eponymous perfume brand, Jorum Studio, with a pop-up perfumery at the iconic Edinburgh department store, Jenners, from July 29 to August 26.”
“SCOTS FRAGRANCE HOUSE TO LAUNCH DURING FRINGE
A Scottish fragrance house is set to launch its brand at a pop-up perfumery in Edinburgh’s Jenners department store for the Fringe Festival.”
Edinburgh Evening News
“Pop-up perfumery on the scent of success
A collection of homegrown modern fragrances – embodying the best of contemporary Scotland – will be unveiled next week at a pop-up perfumery in Jenners.
Founded in Edinburgh in 2010 as the country’s first fragrance house, Jorum Laboratories has announced the launch of its eponymous perfume brand, Jorum Studio, to coincide with this year’s Fringe.”
Scottish fragrance house, Jorum Laboratories, has launched its new brand, Jorum Studio, with a popup perfumery at Jenners (48 Princes Street). Visit them, via the shop’s Rose Street entrance, until 26 August. There will be six fragrances from the brand’s Progressive Botany collection…”
THE PERFUME SOCIETY
“Edinburgh Festival’s fragrant pop-up: Jenners host unique scent space
Jorum Laboratories are Scotland’s first fragrance-creation house, and excitingly announced the launch of their own eponymous perfume brand, Jorum Studio, showcasing scents in a pop-up perfumery at the iconic Edinburgh department store, Jenners, during the Edinburgh Festival.”
“Carduus by Jorum Studio
A perfume full of ghosts: wild spirits of nature, ghosts of memories and even the spectre of the glass of whisky you’ve just finished. Carduus by Jorum Studio is a scent with the power to conjure. A marvellous, mystical, merry-go-round of notes that paint a picture of surprising complexity with a friendly face.”