Guerlain - Shalimar
Undulating woods layered with dense vanilla;
a chorus of amber throbs throughout.
Named for the gardens of Lahore,
we are transported to ancient times of incense,
golden veils and velvet pillows in a palace of beauty.
Exotic flowers grace the bodies of the fair maidens;
luxuriating in the ancient oils and spices of their
Updated 2nd February 2012 at 05:47 PM by kumquat
Mojito notes in both so what's the difference?
As of 2010 Avon Black Suede Leather has reared it's head. I'm just getting into frags. I was curious if it reminds anyone of any other "designer" frags? What's the sillage and longevity? I'm into scents like Haltson z-14, Azzaro pour homme, even Halston Catalyst, etc. Any similarities?
Bessie Coleman, 1892-1926
One can feel the rush of the props
and the cool air as it picks up the scent of violets.
Clouds scudding by in the azure sky;
weightless, yet filled with the promise of a glorious day.
The wind sings in the struts
as we bank gently over the fields.
Light leather stirs up from the
supple coat and gloves,
while garden flowers
Updated 18th April 2012 at 04:56 PM by kumquat
The color grey. Is it a perfect balance in the world of colors when none of them is dominating and all of them are the same? Or is it a result of eternal contest between the light and the darkness who reached their compromise in grey? Is it a color at all? Or just a shade? Or a shadow?
Gris Clair by Serge Lutens could be the answer to those questions. Smelling it reveals a beautiful picture in grey to my mind. I see seashore on a grey day with taupe coloured sand, steel blue water,