Who else but hosts Wendy Stuart and Tym Moss could “spill the tea” on their weekly show “If These Walls Could Talk” live from Pangea Restaurant on the Lower Eastside of NYC, with their unique style of honest, and emotional interviews, sharing the fascinating backstory of celebrities, entertainers, recording artists, writers and artists and bringing their audience along for a fantastic ride.
Sue Phillips will be a featured guest on “If These Walls Could Talk” with hosts Wendy Stuart and Tym Moss on Wednesday, March 22nd, 2023 at 2 PM ET live from the infamous Pangea Restaurant.
Wendy Stuart is an author, celebrity interviewer, model, filmmaker and along with If These Walls Could Talk she hosts TriVersity Talk, a weekly web series with featured guests discussing their lives, activism and pressing issues in the LGBTQ Community.
Tym Moss is a popular NYC singer, actor, and radio/tv host who recently starred in the hit indie film “JUNK” to critical acclaim.
With over 30 years in the Fragrance Industry, Sue Phillips is an internationally renowned fragrance expert. Originally from South Africa, Sue is based in New York City where her global atelier for Scenterprises, SUE PHILLIPS FRAGRANCE is located in the Upper East Side of Manhattan, NY.
Sue has a wealth of expertise in the Fragrance world, with branding, advertising, marketing, product development, licensing, as well as copyright, trademark and distribution strategies. She has been retained as an Expert Witness for high-profile Designer and A-List Celebrity Cases.
Sue has developed and launched fragrances for a plethora of exclusive brands. As Vice President Tiffany & Co., she designed the first iconic TIFFANY perfume for their 150th anniversary, Tiffany for as well as Society by Burberry, and Burberry for Men fragrances. Sue also developed the original three Trish McEvoy fragrances as well as brands for Avon, Lancaster, Diane Von Furstenberg, and Lancôme’s Magie Noire and Programme Homme, Men’s Treatment Collection.
After a decade in the corporate world, Sue created Scenterprises Inc in 1990 to share her passion and knowledge of fragrance. She believes everyone’s life can be beautifully enhanced through the right scent. Hence, Sue’s Bespoke Fragrance Service – where scent lovers customize a fragrance as unique as themselves.
Sue consults regularly for celebrities, Jamie Foxx, Katie Holmes, Zendaya, Susan Sarandon, Laurence Fishburne, as well as executives and private individuals looking to create their ideal signature scent. Scenterprises’ Perfume Bar has been featured at the Oscars (2020) and Grammy’s (2019). Corporations hire Sue’s expertise for brand development and team building events. Every special occasion imaginable has become an original with Scenterprises; from bridal showers, engagement parties and weddings to corporate holiday parties and customized celebrations, her clientele are always thrilled by how unique their event becomes with Scenterprises.
Sue is also a compelling speaker and author. She contributes regularly to publications and her new book The Power of Perfume launched in Spring 2021 to great acclaim. Sue has also helped over 150 Covid sufferers who are struggling with Anosmia, and has been featured on many TV programs ABC, CBS, NBC, Inside Edition, Reuters, Fox News as well as NY Times, Fox News and Huffington Post. With Sue’s passion and expertise, you’re guaranteed an innovative, fresh and original experience and exquisite fragrance every time!
“My mission is to create magical fragrance ‘experiences’ and events ‘drop by drop’ because fragrance is the Signature to your Soul”....Sue Phillips
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Sue Phillips, a local entrepreneur with a multi-national business, dedicates her time to help Covid-19 patients re-develop their sense of smell after suffering from Anosmia.
LOS ANGELES, CA based Woman of Achievement holds an annual women’s leadership weekend allowing state finalists to present their “platform work” (a community or social issue they champion) as well as deliver a speech about their entrepreneurial path or social impact cause. Representing New York in the
“Elite” category, author Sue Phillips will highlight her life’s work from her days at Elizabeth Arden and Lancôme to eventually developing Tiffany & Company’s first fragrance TIFFANY as their Executive Vice President of Fragrance Marketing. Phillips has written her first book relating the history of fragrance and
how human sense of smell is connected to intellect, emotions, memory and taste. She has also been credited with helping hundreds of individuals to “regain” their sense of smell after bouts with Covid-19-induced anosmia, and is co-authoring a second book with a neuroscientist.
A South African native, Phillips moved to the U.S. in her early twenties and has created fragrances for Burberry, Avon, Trish McEvoy, and Lancaster, all extremely successful brands. She collaborated with Jacques Polge in Paris, the chief perfumer for Chanel on the TIFFANY perfume. She also trademarked
“Scentrepreneur” and also“Scentertaining” allowing ‘scentsory’ experiences for interactive corporate teambuilding events. Her Sue Phillips brand will soon be global from New York to Dubai and her book “The Power of Perfume” was released at a sell-out event at the National Arts Club. She currently
operates the Sue Phillips Fragrance Salon in New York’s Upper East Side where individuals and groups can create their own personalized custom “signature” fragrance.
Woman of Achievement organization’s “Platform-Driven” Leadership Weekend & National Pageant interviews finalists on their past and current academic, community, and career accomplishments as they present a platform in which they will support a charitable or social cause. Judging criteria also includes lifestyle in fitness, speech or arts presentation.
The Woman of Achievement Pageant is a national pageant for women (ages 26 and over) who haveachieved success in community, charities, non-profit development, public speaking, advanced education,
performing arts, and/or women’s leadership. We provide public speaking training, leadership development, and professional workshop, networking, and leadership seminars.
For more information, visit http://www.womanofachievement.com
THE NOSE THAT KNOWS: SUE PHILLIPS, LEADING FRAGRANCE EXPERT, SHARES HER HISTORY, TALENT AND THE ENDURANCE OF FRAGRANCE IN HER NEW BOOK: “THE POWER OF PERFUME”: HOW TO CHOOSE IT, WEAR IT & ENJOY IT!
The Creator of Tiffany’s First Perfume Reveals Secrets Behind the Scents
For more than 40 years, Sue Phillips, one of the world’s most renowned fragrance experts, has created fragrances for brands, celebrities and connoisseurs at her ultra-chic and discreet “SUE PHILLIPS FRAGRANCE” perfume boutique on New York’s tony Upper East Side.
A once-in-a-lifetime experience, Phillips takes her clients on a journey of scents, sharing secrets, histories and the effect of the rarest of ingredients she has collected throughout her storied career. Their bespoke perfume formula is recorded in her database and can be reordered at any future time. Now, “The Nose that Knows” finally relates her relationship to fragrances. Years in the making, Phillips’ long-awaited and much-anticipated book The Power of Perfume: How to Choose It, Wear it and Enjoy It! (Central Park South Publishing Company; $19.95) is finally here and available on Amazon amzn.to/3v5resK and Barnes & Noble bit.ly/3cidbrp
The 280-page book, premiering in bookstores worldwide and Amazon is filled with highlights from Phillips’ career, myths about perfume and little-known-facts about the intoxicating effect of fragrance on all your senses. The Power of Perfume: How to Choose It, Wear it and Enjoy It! also includes photos of celebrities Phillips has worked with throughout her career. She has created fragrances thousands of Fragrance Lovers, and for the Hollywood elite, from Katie Holmes to Jamie Foxx and Zendaya, and the late Cicely Tyson. There’s plenty more in Phillips’ book, but to reveal it would ruin the surprise. “It’s an homage to perfumes, fragrance and scents (which ever you want to call it) and how it really helps people gain confidence, reflect their individuality and create a signature,” says Phillips. “I always ask my clients, ‘Why wear what everyone else wears when you can create your own?’”
Phillips launched her book at an online virtual appearance The Art of Scent sponsored by The National Arts Club to talk about her book and career Watch the presentation here: Sue Phillips interview
Phillips, a native of South Africa, has lived in New York for years. An internationally recognized expert on fragrance, she has worked in senior level positions at many of the beauty industry’s top companies, including Elizabeth Arden (working on licensees Chloe and Lagerfeld), Lancaster on the Davidoff brands and Chopard, Trish McEvoy and developed her first 3 fragrances; Lancôme Paris and Burberry, where she created scents for its “Society by Burberry” brand. It was at Tiffany & Co., though, that Phillips achieved her renown: creating its first ever scent, TIFFANY, which became one of the company’s top sellers. She followed that up with Tiffany for Men.
Phillips ventured out on her own in 2009, creating a signature atelier in New York called “The Scentarium” Last year, when the building was sold she created a pop-up “scent experience” at Vanessa Noel Shoes on the Upper East Side.
“My mission,” she says, “is to diffuse fragrance out of the bottle and to create memorable fragrance ‘experiences.’”
Phillips traces her love of fragrance back to her childhood. Her mother, Grace Phillips, was a musician and South Africa’s foremost calligrapher and made sure to surround the family with art and culture. She was inspired by her mother’s singing and performing, and observed her mother’s exquisite artwork, Phillips says. “Art, Music and Culture were inculcated in me and serendipitously it was part of my DNA which I never fully realized.” Until one day, when an unexpected curiosity struck.
“I started to think about colors and sounds and what they would smell like,” she says. “In South Africa there’s beautiful bright sunshine and gorgeous light and natural foliage and flowers and I would correlate fragrance and color and think about what could that smell like.”
She was on to something. Scent, scientists have long known, is the most powerful of the five senses -- and the only one that connects memory, emotion and taste.
“Our sense of smell is our most powerful sense after sight,” Phillips explains, “but it is the most forgotten and ignored. Our olfactory hub in our limbic system triggers memories and emotions. People also tell me that when they are cleaning out an attic, and they come across a memento from a loved one, such as a scarf or a book, that they are immediately reminded of that person or situation. It is so powerful!” “Sadly due to Covid-19, many people have been affected by sensory loss and they report how devastating it’s been for them; they are not able to enjoy food, and therefore socializing becomes challenging because without being able to taste and smell, they opt out of getting together with friends and family over festive occasions”.
“I am very excited to be launching my book at The National Arts Club, and on “Fragrant Fridays” at 6pm EST and “Scentual Sundays” at 12pm EST in my #Clubhouse room The Power of Perfume” where Sue has connected with thousands of fragrance lovers globally in the last month. “It has been a labor of love and I am honored to have been involved in this remarkable industry and being able to do what I love, and to create a difference in people’s lives through our most powerful sense!” Phillips enthuses.
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“I guess reinvention is my middle name at this point,” said Phillips, whose new venture marks her second brick-and-mortar location to date.
A temporary loss of smell, or anosmia, is the main neurological symptom and one of the earliest and most commonly reported indicators that a person is infected with COVID-19.
UPPER EAST SIDE — Lyss Stern nearly wept when her senses registered the distant yet still-so-familiar aromas of vanilla and amber. Though she couldn't quite name the scents, she knew they were there.
Loss of smell is a persistent challenge for some who have been diagnosed with COVID-19. Sue Phillips, who owns a perfume business on the Upper East Side, has found a new way to help others through the pandemic.
Two-hundred million COVID-19 vaccine shots have now been given in the U.S., but for some who’ve had the virus, loss of taste and smell is a persistent challenge.