So I bought this scent back in 2009 when it first came out, i smelled a sample and at the time enjoyed it. I purchased it from Selfridges for around £35. Recently I wore it again after not touching it for a while. It's a strange scent for me I just can't seem to find a time or place for it. It is part of the D&G Anthologies collection. It's a green juice which comes packaged almost like a niche fragrance very simple bottle with a sticker on the front. When i first spray it I get a light citrus
The perfume that her body exhaled was of the quality of that earth-flesh, fungi, which smells of captured dampness and yet is so dry, overcast with the odour of oil of amber, which is an inner malady of the sea, making her seem as if she had invaded a sleep incautious and entire. Her flesh was the texture of plant life, and beneath it one sensed a frame, broad, porous and sleep-worn, as if sleep were a decay fishing her beneath the visible surface.
Updated 29th August 2012 at 08:15 PM by anomie et ivoire
need good perfume that very long lasting,,for hot country....
hi!! i live in very hot country sri lanka..i wear many branded perfumes,,but the are not very last long,,what kind of men's perfumes that suit for hot country and that should be very last long ....:
*or so rumor and biographies would tell it...
Author's Signature: A Spray of (Un)Consciousness A&I Poem
Truman Capote wore Drakkar Noir;
Sylvia Plath one--but which?--of the feminine Diors.
Anais Nin though her name twice over was used in her honor by Cacharel later,
thought Caron's Narcisse Noir, so right for her narcissistic confessionals, greater.
Jean Rhys is associated with L'Heure Bleue:
Updated 28th August 2012 at 09:38 PM by anomie et ivoire