Originally Posted by smeller
What I find curious about this subject is how we sometimes we tend to worship a scent for "being a Roudnitska" or other reputable nose, and then we find out that the nose never created what we are currently smelling.
How so in this case?
Originally Posted by kumquat
The Party in Manhattan
Sensuous, musky and raw. There is animal magnetism at work here.
Eyes lock, conversations get interesting. Food is delicious.
We dance into the night. Miles Davis plays on.
Notes: Bergamot, tangerine, clary sage, carnation, carrot, jasmine, May rose,
ylang ylang, iris, vetiver, patchouli, oakmoss, gray amber
Kouros by Yves Saint Laurent
La Nuit De L'Homme
Cruel Intentions by Killian
I am too embarrassed to put my less educated answers to the thread, but I love the idea from the post called "The Genre You Love" Questionnaire. And this idea relates to what I've been thinking about L'Instant today.
Current Favorite: Poeme by Lancome
Newest Discovery: L'Instant de Guerlain
Latest Purchase: L'Occitane de Provence Miel et Citron Pailette Shimmering
Can't Wait To Try: Botrytis,
Updated 6th May 2010 at 06:31 PM by Warum
Originally Posted by Warum
One of my big faves, Guerlain L'Instant, to cheer me up on a rainy working Saturday!
Yes, not just a rainy working Saturday but also a day when the members of a partnership my dear husband has fostered with his wonderful work are going to receive a Presidential award for... yes, right, for an outstanding partnership!
So I will be attending this today. It won't be super official since
Updated 24th April 2010 at 11:12 PM by Warum
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