After 3 years at the ISIPCA (Institut supérieur international du parfum, de la cosmétique et de l’aromatiquealimentaire), Brigitte Wormser began her career with Nina Ricci, Germaine Monteil, then Dior and Lacroix. Within these major houses she had the opportunity to work with tenors of the perfume industry, including Véra Strubi and Maurice Roger.
Then she decided to set up a consulting company with a partner and to look at what is happening on the consumer side by buying two perfumeries in Paris. An exciting experience that gave her a better understanding of sales, merchandising, and the importance of training beauty consultants. But she missed the product creation and the international dimension. She returned to work in the brands and confronted herself and her teams with the management of licenses.
Over the years, she has built up a close relationship and a strong friendship with a large number of perfumers, which has allowed her to get to know each one’s olfactory signature. It is this rich experience and these friendships that allowed Brigitte to select the noses for J.U.S.’s first fragrances.