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  • 13th August 2016, 05:21 AM
    Bal a Versailles

    Re: Clara Molloy of Memo Paris on the artistic originality of tuberose

    Quote Originally Posted by hednic View Post
    I wish the note were a little kinder to me.
    I think a great many of us echo that sentiment. I have nothing in my collection that is tuberose dominant, except Fracas, but I ordered Jardins de Bagatelle in EDP form to round out my Guerlain collection, and I believe it is quite tuberosey.
  • 12th August 2016, 02:19 PM
    hednic

    Re: Clara Molloy of Memo Paris on the artistic originality of tuberose

    I wish the note were a little kinder to me.
  • 11th August 2016, 03:11 AM
    Bal a Versailles

    Re: Clara Molloy of Memo Paris on the artistic originality of tuberose

    Dorothy Parker wore Tuberose, a fragrance associated with morticians; indeed she made no secret of the fact that she subscribed to Mortician's publications. Fracas was the antithesis of 6 Feet under, a Black Magic woman, caressing the salve of a vasodilator until arousal was inevitable. Don't go in for that sort of thing, me.
  • 24th July 2016, 07:48 PM
    hednic

    Re: Clara Molloy of Memo Paris on the artistic originality of tuberose

    It true what she says: “You cannot hide a tuberose in a fragrance, it is always noticeable"
  • 20th July 2016, 01:05 PM
    stentor

    Re: Clara Molloy of Memo Paris on the artistic originality of tuberose

    Tuberose will destroy your genitals.
  • 20th June 2016, 11:53 AM
    Basenotes Robot

    Clara Molloy of Memo Paris on the artistic originality of tuberose

    The secluded town of Marfa, with its scorching temperatures and dry landscape, would probably be the last place one would associate with a luscious white floral fragrance. However, for Memo Paris this creative contrast turned out to be the perfect inspiration

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