In the Columbia Road Flower Market of London’s Shoreditch district, Angela Landers Perfumer opened in 1985 as a space for Landers to sell her designer perfumes. A self-styled perfumer, Landers prepares fragrances and skin care products to be sold worldwide. Landers has performed extensive research in the history of fragrance, even publishing a book, “Aromatics,” on the topic. Her shop is designed to hark back to the Victorian shops of yore with furniture and other accoutrements from the period.
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