The sparkling refreshing of the Pont de Arts, the playful intimacy of Café de Flore, the seductive glamour of Montmarte, the chic romanticism of the Luxembourg gardens... Lanvin has bottled the very essence of a Parisian romance in Marry Me! Replete with Tunisian bitter orange, Sambac jasmine, ... Read More about Of Parisian Proposals & Enchanted Fables: Marry Me!
Paco Rabanne's Lady Million brings together two of my top loves – perfume and diamonds! This is no ordinary casing – modelled after the famous Régent diamond (a mammoth 410-carat uncut sparkler from the Golkonda mines, which was fashioned into a 141-carat cushion brilliant that went on to grace the ... Read More about Lady Million by Paco Rabanne: The Perfume, the Diamond & the Story
Imagine a perfume that dispels the humid sultriness by cooling you down with a concoction of chilled cucumbers, citrus cocktails, water lotus and drenched green leaves? Then, for the second act, it rejuvenates your flagging energies with an invigorating blast of Szechuan pepper, Mirabelle, lavender ... Read More about Contemporary Classic: CK Eternity Aqua
Can you imagine a perfume which contains raw materials that are more expensive than gold bullion? Joy, created by Jean Patou in 1929, contains 10,000 blossoms of jasmin de Grasse (which costs double the price of gold bullion), 336 blossoms of Rose de Mai and a whisper of civet in every 30 ml ... Read More about Rich and joy-full: Jean Patou’s Joy
How does a fashion house whose signature style revolves around tactile materials such as fur and leather, translate it's sensibilities into something as ephemeral as a perfume? For Fendi, the answer lies in creating a scent that's a luminous, sensual and addictive - the vapourous counterparts to ... Read More about Fan di Fendi: Object of desire