• With spring in high gear it’s time to officially move winter items to the storage closet – jackets, sweaters and even perfume. Winter perfume doesn’t always transfer well to the warmer months. Aedes de Venustas, a chic perfumery in New York’s West Village, sells a multitude of the hottest spring and summer scents. You’ll find <... >

  • Summer heralds summer, sundresses and the scent of fresh flowers. If you can’t inhale expansive fields of lavender and verbena-filled gardens in Provence, the next best thing is to wear the fragrances reminiscent of this aromatic, sun-drenched part of the world. L’Occitane en Provence presents The Vert au Jasmin, a medley of three jasmine flowers <... >

  • Le Labo’s luxury fragrance’s are composed by some of the world’s best perfumers, and it’s impossible not to fall completely in love with the concept of this nonconformist brand, its unique boutique-lab in NoLita, the friendly people inside, and its ten masterpiece fragrances. Here is a place that takes fragrance seriously, offering quality signature compositions <... >

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  • Takashimaya, Japan’s most famous department store, is located in the very heart of midtown Manhattan’s gold shopping strip, nestled near the Trump Tower and Tiffany’s on Fifth Avenue and 54th Street off of Central Park South. It’s everything its locale would suggest: elegant, upscale, impressive and offering far more than your average department store. Visitors <... >

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  • Just as you’ll remember what you wore and saw and tasted on your honeymoon, you’ll remember for years to come the fragrance you wore as well. Set sail with these new or unique fragrances in tow. Comptoir Sud Pacifique is the very definition of that indescribably lush, tropical scent you inhale on the shores of <... >

  • As joyous as weddings are, the days leading up to them can sometimes be stressful. Every little thing you do to de-stress is helpful as you approach the grand day, and fragrance can play a calming role. Here are some fragrant products to comfort and soothe. Decleor Paris offers an elixir of nearly indescribable delight: <... >

  • Anyone familiar with the enchanting and subtle aroma M. perfumes already knows that this geisha-inspired line is the olfactory version of a masterpiece gallery – or a field of cherry blossom trees in full bloom. The artist behind these artistically-crafted, complex perfume creations, Maria McElroy, is a fine-arts painter as well as an aromatherapist, flower <... >

  • Marc Jacobs renders April’s downpours as stylish with his three new Splash fragrances: Rain, Grass and Cotton. Each Splash evokes the spring and summer pleasure of an impromptu rainfall and the ensuing scents that follow. These “eaux fraiches” are light enough for men or women, can be worn day or night, and are subtle enough <... >

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  • Burberry corners the London chic fragrance market with its new scent London, and Oscar-winning Rachel Weisz is the perfect new face for this elegant brand. London is a light floral, comprised of Clementine, peony, honeysuckle, English Garden rose, tiare flower, jasmine, musk, Indian sandalwood and patchouli. Find it at Saks Fifth Avenue perfume counters, Sephora <... >

  • “I want to give women an artificial perfume,” said Chanel. “Yes, I really do mean artificial, like a dress, something that has been made. I don’t want any rose or lily of the valley, I want a perfume that is a composition.” When Coco Chanel and Russian perfumer Ernest Beaux created Chanel No.5, in 1921, <... >

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