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The best shopping in Singapore, featuring Code Deco.
‘We've heard of memberships to spas, nightclubs and gyms, but what about perfumeries? Ditch off-the-rack scents that evaporate in an hour – Code Deco offers the latest pampering experience for all you beauty junkies, both men and the ladies.
Well paid at 40? Why it may be time to quit. An interview with on entrepreneurship with Founder, Code Deco.
Panel of Hotness - “It makes me want to say ‘We are finally alone together” – Chelsea Peretti
PACT packs a mean punch. A Feature on Code Deco’s flagship store at Orchard Central.
‘If you’re tired of the usual fruity floral fragrances on the market, be inspired by the distinctive, even eccentric choices this artisanal fragrance brand offers’.
Sakinah Manaff Green interview Gauri Garodia regarding the glorious history of perfumery in Asia.
A regimen change with Code Deco.
One of Code Deco's "Detour" travel series fragrances, Thar in Pink is perfumer Gauri Garodia's love song to the rugged terrain of Rajasthan.
Gauri Garodia shared the creative process behind the soon to be launched ‘white’ fragrances, Series Blanc. “Picture a tuberose, but take away the heady spiciness and you are left with a radiant, watery lily.”
Passion in a bottle. More than just a scent, Code Deco fragrances are the embodiment of founder Gauri Garodia's intense love for literature, travel, music and art.
Robb Report Singapore ties up with Code Deco for the bespoke perfumery service. Featured in Robb Reports annual Ultimate Gift Guide.
If the sands of Rajasthan were a scent: a feature on Code Deco’s Rajasthan inspired fragrances, Thar in Pink and Marwar.
As Good As Gold. True Indian Sandalwood is a complex, beautiful fragrance and it took a special kind of loss for Divrina Dhingra to discover how beautiful it can be.
Scented concoctions for a summery meet. One whiff of Tasman in Grey and you can feel the sea breeze and the hint of storm in the air.
Not many people would leave a corporate job after years of climbing the ladder by Gauri Garodia did just that, to start a perfumery.