In an art college library, A librarian introduced the book to me and said that this book had a faint scent of something wonderful.
The book was "Manuel Typographique" by Pierre Simon Fournier.
I brought it to my nose with white gloves, I barely caught the aroma something sweet and a little acerbic from the signatures. Opening the cover, it became more clear on the endpaper of the beautiful marbling-paper.
I asked the librarian how it came but he said he hadn't any
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Perfume is powerful stuff. It can transport you momentarily to another place or simply remind you of someone. Just like our other senses, our sense of smell is hotwired to the part of the brain that deals with emotions – hence fragrance unlocking memories and moods. It’s one of the few things in life that brings simple, instant pleasure.
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Originally Posted by Luca
Cartier Pasha Fraicheur Menthe
Originally Posted by weezyweedz
i layered voyage d'hermes and thierry muglers mugler cologne. the reason is because voyage d'hermes might be fresh and start of a little citrusy but then it turns into a very fresh musky scent . to tone down the musk i layered it with mugler cologne which has citrussy and floral notes in it to make a very plesent smelling fresh fragrance and it worked very well!
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