We’re in the steel gray days of Winter. Yet as the temperatures drop, my spirits go up because my luxe […]
Santa Maria Novella in Soho’s historic Puck Building offers an exquisite array of traditional northern Italian perfumes, and in scents […]
Question: What do you do if you’re a perfumer and the store that’s been successfully selling your two fragrances closes? […]
Perfume is a Siren’s call, or perhaps a sign of someone’s inner self. The seductress wears a heady tuberose, while […]
In the time my boyfriend Adam & I have been together, I’ve known him to wear exactly two different colognes. […]
While fragrance is a traditional gift, we’ve sniffed about all over the universe to find some great ones for you […]
Mass market fragrance certainly is …nice. It’s a pleasant, mostly non-offensive affair that prefers to blend into the crowd. Never […]
A loving re-worked version of the 1950’s perfume Calypso, from Robert Piguet, doesn’t disappoint. Perfumer Aurelien Guichard pays respect to […]
If we were to tell you that you could enjoy milk chocolate, birthday cake, or an orange creamsicle without gaining a single ounce, would you believe us?
Washington Square Park always had a special draw. I loved watching the chess players, street musicians and listening to the old people telling us kids’ stories about the park long ago.