I have adored fragrance since i was a teenager, when fortunately I was able to indulge my passion. I began with a lifelong love of bath products from Roger and Gallet. I still find the moderate price of bath products easier to deal with than perfumes.
I have both designer originals and some of the higher end knock offs ( Instyle ).
I have read a good deal of your reviews and have appreciated them all. In my fervor to recapture the essence of the classics, I am a frequent
My first couple of reviews are up. I wanted to do a couple at first just to see if they would fly, and they do. So I'll get to work on my next batch, which will include quite a few more. By all means let me know how you feel about them, good or bad. I just want to see if they connect at all to people. If nothing else its a change of pace from the normal reviews. You need that, especially if you are checking them on A*Men.
Neil Morris 2.0
Five New Scents With New Style
Things are happening for Neil Morris. And you don't have to take my word for it. I'm not the only person who's noticing Neil.
Recently, Neil was asked to do a scent for the New York branch of the famous Japanese department store Takashimaya. That is definitely not a bad gig. But that's not all. That scent has now been nominated for a 2009 Fragrance Foundation Award in the Unique Boutique category. See the press
Knize Ten – is a classic leather perfume that seems to remain untouched by the perishing influence of time. Its quiet and discreet box in black and white haven’t been attracted my attention for a ling time. I was getting to know Montale, Lutens, L’Artisan passing the Knize Ten by all the time. But the quality doesn’t have to be advertised. It always finds you if you start looking for it. Once I heard about Knize Ten from Andy who named it as an example of a well-made leather.
Just letting whoever reads this know. In the lastest GQ, the one with Justin Timberlake on the cover, there is an article in it about scents. Its really nothing groundbreaking or anything you dont alreay know, but it may be worth a skimming over since its only a page.
I also put up a few of my stories a while back for my reviews as I mentioned in the last blog. I'm not sure how long it takes for them to go up. Maybe they didn't get approved because they were stories and whoever
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