Ok, it really should be an old love. This is my review of Esperys (1903), which will appear in due time on basenotes directory.
I have a vintage sample of Esperys EDT by Piver, although I am not sure of the date of manufacture. I have done some online research and have discovered that the perfumer is husband of Piver heiress Berta Piver, M. Jacques Rouché along with chemist Georges Darzens.
Jacques Rouché besides being the head of Piver, and the creator of several
Updated 21st October 2010 at 06:59 AM by Tourbillion
when I was 6 years old, my father took me along with him for a business, we transitted in Beijing Railway Station, and stayed there for one big day. We visited the Forbidden city, the Tian'an men Square. In my memory , the Forbidden city was large, the buildings were mainly in red, I couldn't take a so long walk to visit all buildings , it's so tired for me and it's also a pity in my life. Althought I transit in Beijing Airport several times , I have no time to visit it.
There have been many Perfume Catalyst / Milestones for me but today these are the three that loom most prominent in my mind...:
CDG EDP (the original) - A gift to my younger self at a time when I had nothing... not even a sense of self. That this person saw such fantastic qualities in me and picked a scent that was all I wished to be (original, unique, unforgettable) just blew my mind. I was too young and emotionally brittle to wear it well then but it is one that I will always have.
Well I've got 2 100ml and 1 50ml bottles of By Man, after deciding I do indeed LOVE it. I've been enjoying Guerlain's SDV quite a bit. QUITE a bit. Definitely the best vanilla frag I've tried yet. Out of all the samples I've received, Costume National 21 is still a definite winner. May be a purchase soon enough! Though unfortunately, due to my logic of getting By Man versus any other fragrance, I've had to give up my purchase of L'instant de Guerlain Extreme. I was really hoping to get it for the
One of the most influential fashion designers of the 20s and 30s, French-born Jeanne Lanvin started her career as a milliner in Paris. She hand-made clothes for her daughters that were so beautiful that they attracted the attention of Paris’ wealthiest residents, who began requesting Lanvin’s designs for their own children. Soon Lanvin opened her own boutique in the city, which became famous for its mother-and-daughter outfits. The Lanvin brand went on to produce menswear, furs, lingerie
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