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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    Great looking bottle, Cook.bot. I don't think I've seen one with a Japanese label before.

    I'm so glad that you are enjoying the EDC, and it is a good option to have. That said, when it is really,...
  2. Re: Oakmoss in vintage perfume including deep vintage

    As I've said, I have not found the oakmoss to change in my well preserved vintage chypres. I take Cacio's point that it may be the loss of the top notes in a vintage bottle could bring the oakmoss...
  3. Re: IFF Speed Smelling 2019...yet once more

    LiveJazz wore it earlier this week and inspired me to haul out my bottle. It IS an odd name, especially for a perfume launched in 1940. I guess it was a thing though, since I just found this film...
  4. Re: IFF Speed Smelling 2019...yet once more

    I agree, fun to smell (at least once) and probably fun to make, but the PR and packaging seem to exceed the quality and finish of the compositions.

    Rasquinet's offering is Bouquet of Blossoms and...
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    Glad you liked the collage. You are right that the No. 19 is a US bottle. It has "Chanel" molded in the base and has the New York 10019 address. I look to bottles for clues, but for me, it's...
  6. IFF Speed Smelling 2019...yet once more

    A new luxurious presentation with the same perfumers as before...

    https://www.luckyscent.com/product/685004/speed-smelling-2019-by-iff

    Mat Yudov has already done a thorough analysis...
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    Hi D. Chris--

    I recommend searching Ebay with severe insomnia. :rolleyesold: I either fall asleep or buy a vintage perfume...
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    Hi RoRo-

    Thanks for weighing in. I believe my EDT may be from the 1960's, possibly earlier. I did some searching of digital magazines but the ads never seem to show the doggone boxes, so I have...
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    I think the wonkiness may just be my bad photography. I found an identical bottle for sale in Belgium, as well as some older Eau de Colognes with the same font.

    Here's that Belgian bottle...
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    Yikes. Think I got it sorted now...

    I'm curious about the Art Deco-looking font used on the box for "Eau de Toilette." Has anyone been able to date when this font was replaced with the one used...
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

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    Because I had to have the vintage EDT to go with the vintage extraits and the vintage EDC. It was a little dark, but I've opened it and worn it and all is well.
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    Re: Mystère de Rochas

    Hello Gilturko-

    I hope you enjoy your bottle of Mystere. I was sure I had a vintage mini of Mystere around here somewhere, but alas, I cannot find it. Perhaps I imagined it.

    I'd like to follow...
  13. Thread: Synthetic?

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    Re: Synthetic?

    Spentfromnz, thank you, thank you for resurrecting this topic, because I can't stop snickering after reading the above exchange.

    But back to the topic, as others have noted, "synthetic" can have...
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    Re: Your vintage SOTD

    Pretty bottle of a very lovely perfume. Let us know what you think of it, when you can. We have a vintage Coty topic over here, if you'd like to add to it...
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  15. Re: Perfumers: Vintage Fragrance compared to Modern Fragrance construction

    Curious what you mean about the influence of "class divisions," Thea. Do you mean that perfume consumption was more segmented by class in the 1980's than it is now? Or the opposite?
  16. Re: Perfumers: Vintage Fragrance compared to Modern Fragrance construction

    In a recent interview, the perfumer Nathalie Feisthauer offers some observations that I found relevant to our discussion here.

    On the influence of market testing...

    IGOR: Another question is...
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    Re: Your vintage SOTD

    Great to see a vintage Lelong getting some wear time, Live Jazz. Everything Lelong did had style. I also have Tailspin in the cologne form. I don't find it too green, though, mostly a spicy floral...
  18. Re: Perfumers: Vintage Fragrance compared to Modern Fragrance construction

    Fascinating post, SheikYerbouti. I'll be very interested to read the responses. I am vintage perfume collector and not a perfumer, but I would agree that vintage perfumes feel very different in...
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    Re: Grandma's Handbag Scents

    It would depend on the grandma...and the handbag...

    Vintage makeup notes would be rose, orris, violet, heliotrope. Creamy aldehydes for a powdery, waxy texture. And do you want the leather of...
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    Re: Sample Pass: Rogue Perfumery

    Now that's dedication...
  21. Re: why do "incenses" perfumes smell totally different?

    I agree with Darjeeling and Cacio. Incense perfumes smell different because there are many different kinds of incense; thus, the use of "incense" in perfume notes is always rather imprecise.
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    Re: Your vintage SOTD

    Following up on our D'Orsay discussion...perhaps we need a topic.



    I think Earlyn's photo of her Intoxication bottle sent us both down the D'Orsay rabbit hole, Cook.bot. D'Orsay was an...
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    Re: Your vintage SOTD

    My Sin has the Best...Drydown...Ever. It does seem to bloom even better on a warm day. Enjoy!
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    Sticky: Re: Synchronized Fridays 2019

    I have samples of Avignon and Kyoto and of Paestum Rose and Sienne l'Hiver. I like all four. but I will go with Ostara today. It might be a bit too heady with narcissus for the warm weather, but a...
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    Re: Any thoughts on Rogue Perfumery?

    You'll find many thoughts on Rogue Perfumery over in this thread:

    http://www.basenotes.net/threads/461414-Sample-Pass-Rogue-Perfumery

    I agree with your opinion!
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    Just received and opened a vintage bottle of Blue Grass extrait:

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    I know, I know...Blue Grass. Like most vintages, you have to try the original which bears little resemblance to the...
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    Re: Sample Pass: Rogue Perfumery

    Sounds like Rogue 40 wasn't your cup of tea, Bavard. Just curious, did you test on blotter or skin? Skin for me, and I definitely found the opening quite difficult. I think Rogue 40 needs time to...
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    Re: Your vintage SOTD

    So...what did you think of that Intoxication, Earlyn?

    Saul Steinberg did some fantastic ads for D'Orsay Perfumes in the 1940's...

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  29. Re: Dabbed or sprayed? Perfumes that perform better one way or the other

    Most of my perfumes are vintage. I prefer to spray vintage EDC's, EDT's, and PDT's. If I buy a vintage splash, I transfer some to a glass atomizer.

    I always dab on vintage extraits.They are so...
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    Very useful IMHO. I decided to assemble my own custom kit by ordering samples of natural ingredients from Eden Botanicals and samples of aromachemicals from The Perfumer Supply House.
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    There is also a vintage EDt and an Eau de Crepe de Chine. The EDC wears lightly, but it is very nice. There's a lot of CdC out there, including a 1960's spray (which I haven't tried). Here's the...
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    Awww, thanks guys! I'm glad you enjoyed this. I'll update when I hear more. My DH nailed it when he observed that I really don't require any reason, benevolent or otherwise, to shop for vintage...
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    I have a good vintage perfume story to share with you...

    My dear sister-in-law mentioned that her mother used to wear Joy long ago but hasn't had any for many years. Of course, I immediately...
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    Re: Different versions of Mitsouko

    Hi TheLadyMay--

    It's so nice to see you posting here. I didn't know that real ladies were meant to wear the parfum and EDT together, but I do that sometimes with my vintage perfumes and I...
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    Re: Let's talk about Neil Morris

    Hi all-

    Round Two of Testing

    As I’ve noted, there are a LOT of Neil Morris samples in this pass. My notes will be brief, especially since some of these perfumes do not seem to be currently...
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    I have just a tiny "pebble" parfum of Dior-Dior, but I suspect that I would also prefer the vintage EDT version. Like you, Cook.bot, I find the vintage Dior EDT's so wearable and radiant. I love the...
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    Re: Different versions of Mitsouko

    I'm wondering about this too. How does that sample smell? Is it a parfum sample? My vintage Mitsouko parfums are amber-gold (I'm not a fan of darkened vintage parfum) and my vintage EDT and EDC are...
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    Re: Dating a vintage Diorella

    I agree with RoRo-that looks like a 1970's bottle. Here's a 1974 ad with that bottle:

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    Even if the bottle had a code, Checkfresh and similar sites are useless for dating vintages. I hope...
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    Re: Different versions of Mitsouko

    I'm always interested in discussing Mitsouko! Juxtapozbliss, you will have a lot of information to think about...

    Mitsouko EDT 2004, spray
    My first bottle of Mitsouko, blind bought, as usual. At...
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    Great bottle. I love, love vintage Crepe de Chine . The parfum is rich, and I recently picked up a pristine bottle of the cologne, which wears beautifully too. Zephyr1973--you should blind buy...
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    Re: Men vs. Women

    I'm not sure that men always outnumber women in fragrance communities: Fragrantica and the Fragrance Board on Makeup Alley have more women participating than men. Are there more male fragrance...
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    Glad you enjoyed it so much, mikeperez23. Peach leaping off skin sounds nice. My perception of Diorella does vary too, and I think it depends on the weather. I wore it once on a really hot and muggy...
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    Re: Sample Pass: Rogue Perfumery

    Hope I haven't oversold it! I am not a big Jicky fan but then again I've never smelled a really good version of Jicky.
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    Honestly, I'm not sure anymore myself. After our last discussion, I rooted around in the perfume cabinet and found one of my backup Diorellas, which was, you guessed it, a houndstooth atomiseur...
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    Shemelimelle, it sounds as though you may have tested the Miss-Dior-Cherie-renamed-as-Miss Dior. Popcorn and plastic vanilla-scented dollhead sounds about right...
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    No idea...perhaps the 90's? I just go for the old stuff. I'm going to quote the Fragrantica description of Miss Dior (2012)...with selected emphases:

    Sometime during 2012 the house of Dior...
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    Yowee! Can't wait to see it..,
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    I'm sure there is. I'm just grateful that my interest ceases once it is no longer recognizable as Miss Dior. Dior seems to reformulate "Miss Dior" every year, just for kicks and giggles. On the...
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    RoRo-

    I agree, there are more EDP and Esprit de Parfum formulations more recently. I was thinking about the original issues. Perhaps these are all from the 1980's or so? Not sure. I usually try...
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    I don't believe any of the vintage Diors were issued in the PDT or EDP formulation, except for Dioressence. There was a PDT in its first aqua blue packaging, which became the Esprit de Parfum in the...
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    Re: Sample Pass: Rogue Perfumery

    I would love to know what you think of this comparison.
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    Re: Why not artisanal

    My focus is on vintage and artisanal perfumes. It's hard to draw a strict line between niche and artisanal, but I agree witb thrillechilled's definition - artisans compose, source, and sell their...
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    Yes, as far as I know.
  54. Re: Looks like bat from zoologist perfumes is being discontinued...

    Very likely...
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    Re: Sample Pass: Rogue Perfumery

    Our exploration of Rogue Perfumery continues, with two new compositions, Flos Mortis and 40 Rogue. I continue to be impressed by Manny Cross’ artistry


    Flos Mortis


    After a first test of...
  56. Re: Not sure if this is the right thread? But who knew Coco Chanel was a Nazi spy?

    Very aware and therefore I do not admire Chanel as a person, but this doesn't prevent me from wearing vintage Chanel perfumes. I credit the perfumers for these creations though.

    Given her history,...
  57. Re: Looks like bat from zoologist perfumes is being discontinued...

    Here's the text from the Instagram post...

    We have some very sad news: Zoologist Bat, designed by Ellen Covey, will be discontinued. We have some difficulty getting our perfume compound...
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    Sticky: Re: Synchronized Fridays 2019

    For the Summer Solstice sync, I'm wearing vintage Je Reviens extrait, from a bottle that looks like this (borrowed photo)

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    I also have the beautiful Lalique skyscraper bottle shown in the...
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    Re: Vintage Fragrances I bought today

    Vintage Replique parfum is excellent, and it was not drug store in its day. An "old lady perfume" today, perhaps, but it may be the oakmossiest vintage of them all. And a dry oakmoss-rich chypre was...
  60. Re: A Dramedy - L'Heure Bleue and a Salad Spinner - share your tragedies and redemptions

    Alas! That was a beautiful bottle of L'Heure Bleue, and I'm glad to hear that you have some of the precious perfume left. Not sure that I would have gone so far as to distill the bubble wrap but I...
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    Re: Gloria Swanson Got Me

    Exactly. I often buy from sellers who must have picked up one or two vintage bottles as part of an estate, and I always give them the benefit of the doubt. In almost every instance, these bottles...
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    Re: Gloria Swanson Got Me

    I'm so sorry the replacement bottle was also filled with Mystery Juice. What will you do now?

    I'm not sure I believe this seller means well and is operating unknowingly. Given all of the...
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    Re: Sample Pass: THE ZOO

    Yikes! It looks like the dogs opened the package, took stuff out, and then taped it back together. I'm amazed there are 3 samples left...
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    Very sobering...



    Very intriguing...I can't find anything about this mysterious perfume either.

    While we're at it, it looks as though Eau Fraiche was distributed in the US as Fleurs...
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    Welcome to the Club of Vintage Diorama Huffers, N.Cal! It sounds like you found the experience interesting enough.

    And now for the very monumental cumin question (to us, only to us). ...
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    I was wondering if gendered perfume stereotypes could explain our different perceptions, but I was hesitant to venture on this very fluid terrain. I think for me, a cisgender woman, wearing a...
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    Poor Diorling...I called it a "tamed Bandit" upthread, but vintage leather chypres are my jam, and I may be revising my opinion. I wore it yesterday in the vintage parfum formulation, from one of...
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    Excellent comments on Eau Fraiche, Perfumed Lady and Bavard. The vintage marketing is indeed very interesting. I love the insouciance of the woman with her wet hair in towel (but please note the full...
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    Re: Sonoma Scent Studio

    Laurie Erickson has posted that she has found a new--and apparently congenial--owner for her perfume business...
    ...
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    Re: Mixerscent Attar and deep Vintage Sample Pass

    Small bottles of Petite Fleur Bleue? Nifty! Where did you find them? The Etsy vendor who had them seems to have disappeared...
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    Re: Iris Question

    A platoon of iris! Yes! The iris has a big presence in vintage No. 19, in both the extrait and vintage EDT. I don't think there is any hint of iris left in current No.19. EDT.

    Is the harshness...
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    Very interesting! You are making me rethink my overly broad comparison, since these three perfumes are certainly very different. The fruit note (Prunol/aldehyde C-14/whatever) is the connecting link...
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    Great comparisons of the Dioramas, Cook.bot. Did you have any thoughts on the Diorama-Mitsouko question? Or the Diorama-vintage non-cuminy Femme question? If memory serves, you like vintage Femme...
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    I think you could definitely wear vintage Diorella, N.Cal. I am astounded that vintage Diorella may be winning out over a rare Creed for you.

    So is this happening too?

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    Re: Your Most Film Noir Fragrances

    Here's another, which is perhaps my favorite of all, Preminger's Laura...

    For Gene Tierney's Laura, vintage Je Reviens parfum, for Dana Andrews' cop, Pinaud Clubman, or perhaps just a splash of...
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    Re: Iris Question

    I would say this is maddening. My sample of Irisss was from 2013 or so, and I thought it was a beautiful perfume then. I can't think of any ingredient that would be in it that was restricted between...
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    Re: Naming notes

    This...



    We can all read the published note lists, which really are nothing but marketing and (sometimes) misdirection. I always appreciate reviews and comments that describe the texture,...
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    Oh yay! Can't wait to hear what you think.
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    In his review of vintage Dior Dior, Jtd calls it "prim" but I don't agree with this. At worst, I think Dior Dior is not as great a perfume as Diorella or Givenchy III, less original perhaps, but...
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    Re: Your Most Film Noir Fragrances

    I am on the same wavelength as others here. The vintage Carons immediately leapt to mind, especially Tabac Blond and Narcisse Noir.

    But perhaps we need to be more specific? Here are two of my...
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    Re: Roja Dove Sampling

    Not amused. Dove could be recreating Djedi and I still wouldn't buy it...

    If he admires classic perfumery as much as he says he does, you'd think he would have more respect for the art of it,...
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    Re: Let's talk about Neil Morris

    Hi all-

    NoCalFragranceReviewer has very generously shared a large cache of Neil Morris samples with me so I am reviving this topic. Read backward to recap the prior discussions as we continue.
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    Re: Iris Question

    Congratulations Starblind! Irisss is an elegant beauty and you'll wear it well...
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    Sticky: Re: Synchronized Fridays 2019

    My collection is not very tropical or Tahitian. I'll wear my Tahitian pearl on a chain necklace, does that count?

    I will choose Goutal's Songes. Its bouquet of white tropical flowers and vanilla...
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    I love it! No one smells this interesting at MY office, except possibly little old moi...

    What did you think of Dryad, Mike? The rapturous reviews had me almost ready to blind buy, but I found the...
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    Hi all-

    Inspired by our wonderful discussions, I wore my Dior Dior parfum yesterday. I have just one of those itsy bitsy pebble botttles, but for once, I applied my usual amount of a vintage...
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    Re: Lanvin perfume collection 60s

    Hi-

    What an amazing collection of Lanvin perfumes! I'm a vintage perfume collector, but I buy for my own use and enjoyment, not for profit, and this is far too much perfume for me to even...
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    Re: Edmond Roudnitska at the Osmothèque

    Thank you for this excellent post which allowed us to share some of this wonderful experience. I would love to smell On Dit and It's You some day. I would also like It's You to come in one of the...
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    I am so enjoying your comments on the vintage Diors, Perfumed Lady! I'd like to call attention to Paul Vacher's contribution as well. Depending on the source, he is described as either the...
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    Hi mikeperez23-

    I would certainly say vintage Miss Dior and Vol de Nuit have some similarities--the galbanum, narcissus, oakmoss--and that is probably why I love them both, but the drydown and...
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    Re: Iris Question

    Starblind-

    I think I've been on an iris quest for years now. I've tried many iris perfumes, but my ultimate iris is still vintage No. 19 parfum and vintage EDT. Good luck with your search.

    I...
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    Re: A question for women

    Divisive...but I loved them at first sniff and wear them often = Bandit and Fracas

    Polarizing...but I wore it so much in my youth that I can't wear it now = Poison

    Difficult to like at...
  93. Re: Current versions of fragrances in your collection

    When discussing a perfume (other than a new release), I think it is essential to specify the approximate age and formulation of the bottle that you have in mind. There are so many perfumes that have...
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    Gilturko-

    I believe that the teal box/gray oval label is from the early 2000's. The samples being discussed upthread may provide some insights. I stick with the houndstooth-era packaging.
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    Hi Gilturko-

    Thanks for setting me straight on the tube/no tube issue. I don't know where I got the idea that atomiseurs do not have tubes. I even checked my Balenciaga Michelle atomiseur...
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    Re: NEW: Heretic Parfums - Scandalwood !

    Originally launched in collaboration with the celebrity burlesque performer Dita Von Teese, I’m sorry to report that there is nothing particularly scandalous or heretical in Scandalwood, just the by...
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    I sent Bavard a PM yesterday morning with my reactions to his Diorama sample, and after getting his response, I’m posting some thoughts here, This discussion has become so informative regarding...
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    Sticky: Re: Synchronized Fridays 2019

    I am also not overstocked in perfumes that fit the brief...

    Could do beachy with Laguna and HouseofPhlegethon...

    Could wear the Patou Ma Collection Colony with its lovely pineapple note...
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    Ahhh...and we go merrily around the hermeneutic circle again.

    I wasn't casting shade on your description, Bavard. Even sweaty babies smell great, but they are definitely not skanky...no hormones....
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    Re: Women's Dior Circa 1980

    Hi N.CAL Fragrance Reviewer-

    I've been wondering about this, and I will send you samples so we can put it to the test. Looking at how you rate the perfumes in your wardrobe, I think you like some...
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