MEDIA Overview

The following are articles and interviews about KINGDOM Scotland and our Founder Imogen Russon-Taylor.

 
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“There’s a certain serendipity to my launching a modern Scottish fragrance house. My ancestors imported luxury goods from France to Scotland, working from Dieppe to Dundee, importing claret, fine leather and luxury goods – including perfume. France has always been at the forefront of perfumery, so it’s very exciting to draw on these two aspects of my heritage with Kingdom Scotland”.
The smell of ancient Caledonian pinewoods after rainfall is many people’s idea of olfactory bliss.
— GABRIELLA BENETT writes for THE TIMES
Scotland’s first fragrance house…… exploring a sense-of-place in scent.
— ANDREW BLACK, BBC RADIO INTERVIEW
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no surprise that Russon-Taylor is bringing whisky into her perfume-making. She was working with LVMH when the company acquired The Glenmorangie Company.
— RICHARD WOODARD, SCOTCHWHISKY.COM
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….working closely with the Royal Botanical Gardens Edinburgh…. and exploring the history of fragrance in Scotland…
— MERLE BROWN, DAILY RECORD
a modern fragrance house – created to showcase Scotland in scent – not only through botanical references but also through history, geology and culture.
— THE PERFUME SOCIETY
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Scotland deserves a fragrance house of serious quality and creative expression
— THE SCOTSMAN
 
We live in such a digital age where sight and sound take centre stage. I want to celebrate scent and encourage people to explore and enjoy it more.
— KENNY SMITH, SCOTTISH FIELD SPEAKS TO IMOGEN RUSSON-TAYLOR