Mary used to perfume
Lisa was wearing a strong perfume
Tom caught a whiff of her perfume
In the past few years, White Rabbit has launched crossover products ranging from perfume and personal care products to clothes, drinks and more.
Rituals, known for offering products such as car perfume, foaming shower gel, body spray and candles in its stores worldwide, is committed to delivering unique fragrance experiences that surpass the expectations of Chinese consumers, said Cloosterman.
In addition to opening more physical stores in top and second-tier cities in the Chinese mainland, Cloosterman said the company will keep introducing products, including body lotion and perfume that are specifically designed for Chinese consumers, in the years ahead.
These are the key elements that Kozeluh thinks could catalyze the emergence of China's original perfume brands.
Very soon there will be famous Chinese perfume brands," Kozeluh said.
"But it should not kill the creativity to find a fantastic new product," said Kozeluh, adding that perfume companies often follow the general trends and learn basics at the beginning.
These gift boxes not only cover the categories of skincare, cosmetics, perfume and fragrance but also suit various consumption levels from middle- and high-end to luxury.
French perfume brand Juliette, which is expected to be introduced to the hotel in July, will enliven the experience from afternoon tea to room packages and spa experiences, according to the hotel.
Last year, sales of cosmetics such as makeup, skincare, perfume and personal care products in China hit 862 billion yuan ($133 billion).
"The portfolio introduced this time includes 182 products from 16 product lines, such as foundation, perfume, lipsticks and eyeliners.
They include social media darling Natasha Denona, French independent perfume house Bon Parfumeur, and other brands which were previously not available in the local market.
He said the Chinese are dominant luxury customers and perfume and home fragrances are rapidly gaining a significant foothold in the country.
Firmenich, the world's largest privately owned perfume and taste company, plans to further its efforts to better meet the growing customer demand in China and eyeing further growth opportunities, after opening its largest flavor manufacturing plant in the Zhangjiagang Free Trade Zone in Jiangsu province.
In the survey released in mid-February, more than 35 percent of the 2,200 Chinese consumers polled said that they will spend more on premium cosmetics, perfume and skincare products this year.
Du Tonghe, vice-president of China National Light Industry Council, said that Fengxian has established an industrial cluster which cover skin care, perfume and healthcare over the past few years.
The decision to prune the customs procedure from three months to one week in the China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone has been hailed as key breakthrough for overseas makeup and perfume businesses registered in the FTZ.
Among them, California-based medical cosmetic producer Obagi will operate its world's first experience store, Estee Lauder's handmade perfume brand Le Labo will have its first shop located in Shanghai's downtown Xintiandi commercial area and Lego group will unveil its first digital retail store.
When purchasing duty-free goods in 15 categories listed in the annex list of the announcement, which includes cosmetics, perfume, sunglasses, clothing, silk scarves, shoes, hats, bags, before each departure from the island, customers can choose the "buy and pick-up" method for duty-free goods with a unit price of less than 20,000 yuan.
The company will officially launch its perfume and cosmetics tourism retail supply chain center in China at the comprehensive bonded area of Haikou.
Sent from Thailand, Vietnam, Japan and China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, the exhibits — mainly cosmetics, perfume, snacks and wine — will be stored at the Haikou Integrated Free Trade Zone until they are transported to the main venue of the expo, the Hainan International Convention and Exhibition Center in Haikou, Hainan province.
Bustling shopping centersDuty-free stores in South China's Hainan Free Trade Port have been filled with consumers queuing up for perfume, cosmetics and electronics during the holiday.
Chinese e-commerce giant JD said sales of tiger-themed products, including jewelry, gold ornaments, cosmetics, perfume, clothing and toys, sold very well since December.
Duty-free stores mainly provide perfume and cosmetics, and outlets at shopping enclaves mainly provide clothing, shoes and bags," said Shang Xiuli, deputy secretary-general of the China General Chamber of Commerce.
These vouchers, which will be handed out in sets worth 865 yuan each, can be used to purchase a wide range of commodities at the duty-free shops, such as perfume and cosmetics, drinks and beverages, glasses, jewelry and watches, electronic products, toys, apparel and bags.
A B747-400F Suparna Airlines cargo aircraft under the Hainan Airlines Group arrived from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport to Meilan International Airport in Haikou, capital of Hainan, on Nov 10, carrying 83 tons of goods including milk powder, perfume, cosmetics, medical supplies, healthcare products, mechanical and automotive spare parts.
Citing data from Euromonitor International, a market research company, the report said China's high-end perfume market has been showing a dynamic growth trend during the past decade.
It is predicted that the size of China's perfume market will reach 12 billion yuan ($1.79 billion) by 2023.
We also observed stable demand from sportswear and sports equipment brands, skincare and perfume chains, jewelry and accessory brands as well as NEV showrooms, offering strong support toward the sector's leasing demand rebound," Yao said, adding that due to the huge market supply, the recovery of rents was at a comparatively slower pace.
Lifestyle changes after pandemic alter buying habits, help lift sector's market prospectsThanks to consumption upgrades and improving living standards, China's perfume and fragrance market is embracing rapid development.
Yuan Tiantian, a 35-year-old fashion designer in Beijing, is a perfume enthusiast.
According to a report from market consultancy iiMedia Research, in 2021, China's perfume market totaled 13.6 billion yuan, up 24.8 percent on a year-on-year basis.
By 2025, China's perfume market is expected to grow to 30 billion yuan.
The Guangdong province-based online research consultancy forecast that China's fragrance market will reach $5.3 billion by 2026, while Euromonitor International estimated that in the coming five years, the growth rate of China's perfume market will triple that of the world.
While international cosmetics brands explored China's perfume market at an early stage, leading international companies — such as Italian outerwear brand Moncler and Spanish luxury leather brand Loewe — also wafted into China's perfume market in recent years.
In 2022, Moncler launched its perfume portfolio in Shanghai, and Loewe opened a fragrance store in Nanjing, Jiangsu province.
Meanwhile, global fragrance company Firmenich opened its perfume experience center in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, and announced it would expand its presence in China.
com showed that between 2014 and 2022, 35 major investment deals were made in China's perfume market, with renowned investors including Sequoia China, IDG Capital and ZhenFund.
"For example, luxury brands, skincare, perfume, new energy vehicle brands and community supermarkets did well.
"I don't like wearing mosquito repellent liquid when going outside because it could cover up the smell of my perfume.
Increasingly market-savvy consumers bolster potential; gifting of perfume, cologne during COVID a popular phenomenonThe fragrance market in China is poised for growth to meet demand of the nation's increasingly sophisticated beauty consumers, and online sales are expected to become more important, industry insiders said.
China has some 20 million consumers who have the habit of using perfume regularly, according to a report by market consultancy iResearch.
Of 3,000 surveyed consumers nationwide, 36 percent said Chanel was their favorite perfume brand and 21 percent picked Dior, Mintel said.
Within the first minute of the shopping campaign, the sales of beauty care products broke through 100 million yuan; one hour later, the sales of eye cream, lipstick, and perfume rose 300 percent, 239 percent and 290 percent year-on-year, respectively; and the sales of baby and maternal products surpassed 500 million yuan at the 17th minute, according to Tmall's data.
Topics like how cosmetics should be packaged to meet women's desires, the environmental practices to support participants' businesses, digital and e-commerce strategies to engage Chinese consumers, new trends in wine and spirits packaging, and in the perfume market, will be discussed, event officials said.
New crossover products that have made waves recently include a creamy candy shaped lip balm infused with White Rabbit creamy candy, a bottle of pink perfume jointly developed by baijiu maker Luzhou Laojiao, and a paprika lipstick from fast food chain Zhouheiya whose signature product is spicy duck necks.
Consumers posted photos showing creative displays with lipstick, notebooks, perfume bottles and phone covers decorated with the tape to show how much they love it.
Isabelle Chaboud, a luxury brands expert at French business school Grenoble Ecole de Management, said Chinese buyers don't consider French cars as premium brands, although they love French handbags, wine and perfume.
Chinese people love French goods: wine, perfume, handbags.
The two shops, one in the capital city of Haikou and another in Boao town of Qionghai City, cover 38 duty-free categories ranging from perfume and cosmetics to bags and suitcases.