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March 7, 2014

Sniffapalooza Salon set for March 14 in New York City.

Spring is on its way and that means the the Sniffapalooza Salon Series is back in New York City.


Sniffapalooza Salon: Fragrance, Art & Design, will be held March 14, 2014 from 7:00-9:00 pm. Attendees are invited into the amazing, design-filled Soho loft of the Honorable Jack Faxon - Senator, teacher, historian, explorer, and artist.  Faxon is a lifelong art lover and pioneer in the National Arts Movement promoted by Jackie Kennedy while she was First Lady.


He takes Sniffapalooza attendees on a journey through his travels,  illustrated by the art, antiques and artifacts he has collected along the way that represent various periods, cultures and styles. And to add a fragrant twist, Fallon's magnificent collection with perfumes that interpret them by mood, provenance, ingredients or craftsmanship will be on display.  


To make the evening even more incredible, attendees can indulge in miniature cakes baked with fragrance ingredients, sparkling wine & water, and ripe fruits. Discussion is encouraged after the presentation, and there will be ample time to sniff the featured fragrances, peruse Fallon's collection, and to chat with Fallon.  


The Registration Fee to reserve your spot is $40.00, and reservations will be taken on a first-come basis. Please sign up as soon as possible. Just click here to enroll via credit card or PayPal.

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