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  • Weddings are as varied as a formal indoor ceremony with pomp and circumstance, and a trip to the beach with champagne glasses in tow, so your bridal fragrance should match your setting. These are light, fun, exciting scents that impart energy and optimism, appropriate for brides who want a flexible, more casual affair, yet still <... >

  • Les Bains du Marais’ Fleur d’Oranger is the ideal way to welcome spring with fragrance. This sweet, uncloying floral is Parisian, and hails from the chic historic Marias district. All of the Les Bains du Marais products honor age-old fragrance traditions, and are made in limited batches. As spring blossoms around you, savor the mixture <... >

  • The Pharmacy of Santa Maria Novella in Firenze recently opened a store in New York City, at 285 Lafayette Street in Soho, so we can revel in the fragrances that Italians have loved for centuries. Especially unusual and heaven-sent are the pomegranate and orange blossom colognes. The pomegranate is called Melograno, and is culled from <... >

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  • It’ll behoove you to keep your fragrances on the light side when the weather warms up, and these two new revitalizing scents will add some spring to your step as well as your perfume collection. Le Couvent des Minimes is a debut fragrance by the joint arrangement of L’Occitane and Bath & Body Works. At <... >

  • If you’ve never heard of Editions de Parfums from Frederic Malle, read closely, you’re in for a treat. Frederic Malle has enabled a collection of distinctive perfumes by individual craftsman perfumers that may very well be some of the best on the planet. Luxurious perfumes have become rarer since “noses” (perfumers) have been constrained by <... >

  • Remember that perfume you were crazy about in college, or on your honeymoon in Tunisia, or when still married to your madcap first husband? Did you really love your mother’s Odalisque and wish you could inhale it again? You can reach back in time to experience fragrances of the past through www.longlostperfume.com, and you won’t <... >

  • We sometimes need new and creative ways to fragrance our home. We layer fragrance in our perfumes, body lotions, and powders- why not in the living room, kitchen, and bedroom as well? This month features four original, stand out manufacturers of home fragrance; Seda France, Slatkin & Co., Xela Woods, and The Thymes. Seda France <... >

  • “When your personal style seems to be fading or stuck in a time warp, you may need to reinvent, re-launch, and stage a comeback”, says Jesse Garza of Visual-Therapy. Taking a tip from the master of revamp this season is Comptoir sud Pacifique. They are re-launching their classic Cristal de Musc. Comptoir’s new philosophy is <... >

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  • “Pleasure is the flower that passes, remembrance, the lasting perfume” – Jean de Boufflers Scent is one of our most personal aspects. We each have individual likes, dislikes, and outright aversions. It’s possible you’ve stood at a perfume counter somewhere in great anticipation with your hand wrapped around a gorgeous $125 bottle of perfume. You <... >

  • Whether to don soft floral or woodsy citrus is not the only question when wearing perfume. Are there places on the body where perfume is more effective? How long do various types of perfume last in the bottle and on your skin? What are notes? How many notes are there? Here’s a definitive guide for <... >

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