With the descent of the dog daze, the last thing I want is to be on the subway. The next-to-last thing I want, if forced to endure a subterranean commute, is to arrive at my destination smelling like, well, a dog.
New York City in the summer is hot, hot, hot! We’re on the subways next to strangers trying not to get too close.
When I think of tuberose, I expect my nose to be delighted by the sexy, heady, and heavy scent of <... >
History. Fashion. Art. Fragrance. Love them all and so when they come together and collide in a celebration of past muses and current sensibilities I get a multisensory overload.
Every year, the Fragrance Foundation gives out their coveted FiFi Awards to companies and individuals who excel, and create the scents we all swoon for.
The Scent Marketing Institute estimates that about $50 million to $80 million was spent on scent marketing in 2006 and that the figure will reach almost $1 billion in the next decade.
Both fashionistas and fume heads – of which I’m both – have been waiting with excited anticipation of the release <... >
One could write tomes about the history of perfume, and Gerald Ghislain, considers himself not only a perfumer, but a story teller who loves to tell stories on people’s skin.
Hollywood icon and dame of celebrity fragrances Elizabeth Taylor has returned with a new scent that honors her jewel hued eyes.
Now that spring is in bloom, capture nature’s bounty as fragrance. Here are some new scents that have been bottled <... >