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Sonya McGuire is the founder and CEO of the successful vocational training college, Australian College of Information Technology and the Institute of Film and Television (ACIT & IFTV), first established in 1995. In 2017, she established a new production house on the Gold Coast – IFTV Studios. With a strong belief in the power of education to bring about change and a personal zest for knowledge, Sonya is currently working on various production projects including, Empowering women. This belief in the power of education has guided Sonya throughout her own academic journey. A strong belief in the power of education to bring about change and a personal zest for knowledge has guided Sonya throughout her own academic journey.
In the making
From the exquisite flower farms in Provence, Sonya McGuire likes to use flowers, a delicate scents at the heart of the composition of the très jolie perfume. She travels all over France from factories to the most scented farms to forge the olfactory identity of it’s is fragrances and meets the very best producers standards from all over the world.
Made in France
"très jolie"... The scent reveals sensual empowering fragrance, that touches one's inner soul, delicately made for every woman. The exquisite sense was created from flower farms from Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, France