Posts in Tag

perfume.com

The Holiday Season is a great time to gift someone a fantasy fragrance- one that takes them to faraway destinations, even if they are sheltering in place … and of course at fraction of what they cost in department stores.  Give the gift of  Holiday travel with a spritz from perfume.com Guerlain’s Shalimar was created for a 1925 exhibition in Paris; the iconic Oriental scent was a tribute to the Taj Mahal in India and was considered quite shocking.  With its of bergamot, lemon, mandarin, rose, jasmine, orris, vetiver, heliotrope, opoponax,

Monday night saw some of the most beautiful, wealthy people making an appearance on the red carpet before the epic annual Met Gala for the costume wing of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.  The costume wing is the only part of the museum that has to fund itself, and so this $30,000-a-plate party makes up most of the department's funding.  It's also a chance for the rich and the famous in entertainment and fashion to come together in gorgeous, themed attire, and this year's theme was "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion &

Tick…tock…that’s the sound of the clock reminding you that there are still those hard to please people (and oops, the folks you forgot) on your gift list. Don’t despair; Perfume.com is chock full of great fragrance ideas. Your boss who has been hinting that there just may be a holiday bonus this year: Remind him that your contributions helped the department stay in the Black with Polo Black, a sophisticated  scent with  that is warm and woody for the man  in charge. For her Tom Ford Black Orchid, is a

Autumn brings the chilly temperatures, changing leaves, Orientals, the exotic Queens of Kings of Perfumery.  Rich resins, opulent flowers, sensuous spices, magnificent musks and voluptuous vanilla are layered over bright fruit and citrus notes and wrap us in their luxurious embrace. A gourmand is scent that has notes that seem edible.  Instead of diving into your kids’ trick or treat bag, reach for a fragrance that will have your nose glued to your wrist.  Think of them as guilt free indulgence for fall. The grand Empress of all Orientals is

Rita Hayworth There is resurgence in vintage fragrances created by master perfumers of the 20th century.  These are five perfumes that have stood the test of time and ones we return to again and again. L’Air du Temps by Nina Ricci was created in 1948 by Francis Fabron, (its iconic flacon has two intertwining doves as the stopper) is a joyous fruit floral garland laden with peach, rose, jasmine with a subtle clove/carnation note. Over 65 years later it still is the House of Ricci’s most popular and beloved perfume. Launched