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    Default San Francisco, CA

    I noticed this hasnāt been posted yet, so here it is. I try and get to San Francisco once a week, but that hasnāt been happening lately. San Francisco is truly an amazing city.

    Weāve got basically every thing here. Weāve got a Nordstroms LāArt du Parfumery in the San Francisco Shopping Centre, which is downtown. This is the flagship Nordstroms, and they carry the full line of MPG, Miller Harris, Keiko Mecheri, Clive Christian, Etro, Annick Goutal, CSP, and a few others.

    There is also a Saks in union square. Saks stocks LāArtisan, CC, Etro, Jo Malone, Bond 9, etc.
    Neiman Marcus also resides in Union Square, and they stock Creed, Aqua di Parma, etc.

    There are also many boutiques: Chanel, YSL, Hermes, everything except Etro.

    Basically, you can get everything except Serge Lutens in this city. If any basenoters are ever in the city shoot me an email or IM. Iād love to give a tour or go fragrance shopping with some one.

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    In addition, The City is graced with a Diptyque botique on Maiden Lane.

    The interior design store Alabaster in Hayes Valley carries three lines of fragrance:

    Parfums DelRae (Michel Roudnitska)


    Santa Maria Novella (not all, but a good selection, including Nostalgia)

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    I just made my first visit to the Jacqueline Perfumery on Geary (off Union Square). The proprietor is charming and loquacious.

    He carries Amouage. Although I didnāt check the womenās, he currently has in stock for men: Gold, Dia, and Ciel.

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    Hello from SF,
    Nordstrom L'art du Parfum also carries select pieces of Amouage.

    Other unique finds in the city: Keihls West Coast flagship store on Fillmore, Lush on Powell St., Body Time (fragrance, bath, body), and a great gem- Rare Essence on Sutter St.

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    The Nordstrom L'art du parfum carries men's gold Amouage as well at the downtown s.f. store

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    Went to Union Square yesterday. Saks Fifth carries the full Bond No. 9 line but no longer carries L'artisan. Neiman Marcus just down the street had L'artisan but didn't have Dzing, Tea for Two, or Voleur de Roses. They also have the full line of Creed.

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    Since it seems popular, there is a Perfumania in Gilroy which, a month or so ago, carried several bottles of M7. No word on their age or other such status.

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    The Nieman Marcus store in Union Square now carries the export line of Serge Lutens. It also has a wider selection of L'artisan scents to choose from.

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    Other places to consider are Caswell-Massey, just a block or two from
    Union Square, and Gumps, the specialty store with unusual fragrances and
    gifts of all kinds.

    I definitely recommend the Diptyque boutique. SF and Boston are
    the only two in the U.S. Friendly, knowledgeable staff. Great scent
    and candle line.

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    Checked out the new Westfield Mall - hit Nordstrom's and Bloomie, along with L'Occitane, and the Art of Shaving. While the former two were over eager with SA's, the latter 2 who terrible experiences. The SA at AoS didn't even stop packing up the items into the store's closet when I was in there - and I was the only so-called "customer". Sprayed their sandalwood on a card and promptly left (his attitude was not worth the commision even if I loved the fragrance). L'Occitane, was somewhat helpful, but I've had way better (read "friendly" but not pushy) experiences at the other storefronts located in SF.

    I did see Gier and V+R antidote at Nordstroms, and I tried YSL new frag along with the aforementioned Antidote at Bloomies. No worthy so-called "niche" scents observed at either dept store.

    The quest continues.
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    I was just there last week and was both surprised and pleased that the NM in Union Square has the largest selection of Guerlain scents outside NYC and Paris. The SAs are also very knowledgeable and generous with samples. Highly recommended for a Guerlain fan.

    The Saks in Union Square has some of the classic Guerlains but nowhere near the amount of NM.

    The Chanel boutique in Maiden Lane has the full line of Les Exclusifs, including the repackaged Rue Cambon scents (22, Bois des Iles, Gardenia). Unfortunately, No.22 is no longer available in pure parfum, as it has been discontinued in the US.

    The YSL boutique across the street from Chanel has M7.

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    There is a new fragrance shop in the San Francisco Centre (aka Westfield Mall) near Union Square. It's called Fragranza, and it's located on the 4th floor of the mall.

    They stock a pretty decent selection in terms of discontinued items and things not easily found in the States as well as a large assortment of miniatures. They also have some Creeds but I didn't take a mental inventory. The guy staffing the shop was helpful and not pushy at all. I didn't price anything, so I can't really comment on that, but I am sure they're going to be higher than places like Perfumania and the gray market shops seen along Powell Street.
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    Oh, I guess I get to be the first to mention Barneys in this thread. The main lines they carry at this point are: Serge Lutens, L'Artisan, Tocca, Bois 1920, Gendarme, CdG, DelRae, Rosine (approx. 4 scents from this line), A few more mainstream designers, and a couple of exclusives for the city: a Le Labo corner and a Frederic Malle nook. Staff are friendlier than many of the bigger department stores around Union Square.

    Also found today: Parfumerie In Fiore. A small, privately owned shop on Post at Hyde. They too carry Serge Lutens (including the limited American releases like Vetiver Orientale), plus The Different Company, not much more. But they also sell their own line, which consists of seven fragrances. I sniffed a few and especially like Fumée d'Ambre (smoky incense, vetiver, patchouli, amber) and Patchouli Royale (with basenotes of sandalwood, oud, and balsams). These are only made as perfume solids, which is not my favorite way to wear fragrance, but they seem well made and a dab of the patchouli is going strong on my wrist an hour later. $58 for a small metal compact with the perfume and a hinged, mirrored lid.
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    A great place to find scents (men's and women's) at discounted prices is Loehmann's on Sutter (near Kearny) in San Francisco.

    This week I picked up Michael for Men (2.5 oz. EdT for $39.99), Bulgari Black (1.3 oz. EdT for $29.99), and Burberry Brit (1.7 oz EdT for $39.99).

    Good savings on the Michael for Men, so-so on the Bulgari, and good savings on the Burberry.

    Stock rotates at least once a week. The bottles and packaging do not appear to be counterfeit, the scents out of the bottle match posted descriptions, and nothing is opened/tampered with (plastic/cellophane sealing is intact, etc.).

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    i was travelling to San Francisco and did not have a chance to really shop till the last minute

    but went to a new mall near the san francisco airport (Tanforan) and they had a great small perfumerie that had a lot of old fragrances that i had not seen for a long time

    prices were even better that duty free but they did not have a lot of the prestige lines that youll mentioned above (they had a few of the creeds-not the entire line)

    they seemed to have a huge variety but i think they specialize in old discontinued fragrances- prices were good inspite of the fact that i needed to resell some of that stuff!!!!!!

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    There's a small store in Palo Alto, which is 40 mi south of SF, but it's in the Bay Area, so I thought I'd mention it here.

    It's called Mahin & Co., and it's only the front part of a women's salon on California Ave, but it has a selection of L'Artisan Parfumeur, Bond #9 and Diptyque, probably the only store in the South Bay to carry these. But the main reason I mention them is that they carry a selection of Caron fragrances, which I haven't seen anywhere else in the Bay Area. This selection is expanding, and they said they'd be getting the urn fragrances (along with the urns) before Christmas this year.

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    San Francisco is a perfume lover's dream! Tons of shops, all within short walking distances of each other.
    Needless Markup (Nieman's) on Union Square has Serge, L'Artisan, TDC, Acqua di Parma, and many more niche/luxe lines. See their website. Needless carries Anthousa, also, both home and personal frag.

    Saks is great too, also on Union Square, but they are very stingy with samples and you feel a lot of push from the SA's to buy something (except the lovely many who sells Acqua di Parma and Tom Ford right now..he's a sweetie). By Killian, and a big Bond no. 9 display right as you walk in the door. Heavenly.

    The above two also carry Jo Malone, Miller Harris, and Saks has a big Annick Goutal section. Overall Saks has a relatively small space for trying fragrance, compared with Nieman's which is more spacious. If you go to Niemans have an expensive (ridiculously so) lunch at the Rotunda because the view is just great, the wait staff is great, and you can linger and people watch. Barneys is also on Union Square and carries Frederic Malle and By Kilian to name a few. I haven't purchased there, yet, so can't tell you about the service..

    And of course SF is also the home of Yosh Han and Ineke Ruhland (spelling?), and Parfums DelRae and several local SF shops carry their lines, I believe. Just google

    Nordstrom is another great resource and they WILL give samples, part of their excellent customer service.They are only a few blocks away from Union Square, down the hill on Market. Macy's on Union square has a good selection of designer brands and if you purchase something they can be very generous with samples. I don't recommend Bloomingdales which is near Nordstrom. They don't carry anything the other stores don't have, and they are rather blase about fragrance. Not nearly as knowledgeable as I would like, not NEARLY as excited about their wares either. They seemed bored with the whole things..yawnnnn!! Maybe I just went there on a bad day. But really....

    I'm sure I'm missing a lot and have duplicated previous posts...will update if I think of anything crucial!

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    Thumbs up Annick Goutal at Loehmann's SF

    Loehmann's currently has several bottles of two from Annick Goutal:

    Eau d'Hadrien and
    Gardenia Passion

    50ml bottles for $49.99 - they're on the small racks across from the checkout counter.

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    Kilian Hennessy will be at Saks tomorrow (12 November) from 2-7pm. To schedule a consultation call them at 415-438-5484.
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    Nordstrom no longer carries MPG. I asked and they said 'we no longer carry it'. I did not see any amouage there. One sales rep gave me this increduous look when I was sniffing whatever it was I was sniffing "The Versace just came out!" like...what was wrong with me not sniffing the Versace? Since there was nothing I was led to expect would be there from reading this thread I stopped and smelled the Mitsuoko, which I'd never sniffed before. Interesting stuff for a woman!

    I was at the H&M when the Comme des Garcons was launched, incidentally. There was a huge line outside that was just beginning to move as I arrived. I was surprised everyone fit inside, where it resembled "The Birds" with all the black clad fashionistas rifling through everything maniacally. I never even saw the fragrance display and only finally saw one woman clutching two bottles. I hoped maybe she'd open one so I could sniff, but... not a chance!

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    I'm pretty much going to repeat what others have said, but I have to put in my votes:

    The Neiman Marcus men's cologne counter downstairs is small but well-stocked and they're quite generous with the samples (on a recent visit, they gave me samples of 10 different L'Artisan Perfueur scents!).

    I also love Barneys downstairs - they're incredibly helpful and friendly. The human-size scent-smelling vacuum pods and the special cologne lounge are kind of ridiculous, but fun. And I love Le Labo and it's great that it's available here now.

    Bloomingdales has a decent selection, including a great Jo Malone counter (when you buy something, ask for samples - they're quite generous) and the new Space.NK counter, which is sort of a mixture of beauty products, fragrances, and make-up. I just stumbled on it recently and the guy there was really good. They have their own signature scents that are only now available here in SF.

    And I'm surprised no one has mentioned Gumps yet. They have a small but very nice selection of perfumes and colognes I've never seen anywhere else, and a good selection of home scents and soaps, including local favorite Elizabeth W. **edit** Gumps has Geo F Trumper.

    And don't forget the Fresh boutique at Sutter & Grant. It's mostly beauty product, but there are some great frangrances (and their signature amazing soaps) mixed in.

    But, alas, Caswell-Massey closed earlier this year...

    Oh, and the staff at the Saks mens' store is pretty unhelpful, so I've never bothered to buy anything there. It's sad, because the Saks in NY is one of my favorite stores in the world, but the SF store is really kind of sad (in my personal opinion). Until the salespeople lose the attitude, I don't want them getting my money...

    **edit** Because I always hated the Saks Mens' store, I had never bothered to go into their main store on Union Square... My mistake - the people there were incredible. Every bit up to the standards of the NY store.

    Also, Wilkes Bashford has Penhaligans and the harder-to-find gifts from L'Artisan (like that Mure Et Musc in the cute blackberry-shaped bottle).
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    Hi all,

    I'm new to all this and I'm interested in Etro products. Can you tell me what stores carries Etro in the San Francisco Bay Area?

    Thanks in Advance!!

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    I"m just visiting the city and have to disagree about saks, they were very very very nice to me. I even got a few of the tom ford musk samples! will report on the other stores. I intend to hit everything mentioned downtown probably won't make it to hayes valley but I'm staying right in union square. . .

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    Fragranza is no more.

    "Rare Essences" is no longer in the city; they have moved to Mendocino.

    The old cow at Jacqueline perfumery acted like I wasn't even there in his tiny store, spectaculary rude proprietor. I didn't see hide nor hair of Amouage nor of anything interesting at all for that matter. A friend from MUA tells me he has "the good stuff hidden". What's up with that?! Anwyay I wasn't about to disturb the old fool who evidently took me for someone ducking in off the street to avoid immigration officers or something. I was happy when my phone rang and I was able to just return his rudeness by using his store as a particularly spacious phone booth!
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    There's a new kiosk store in the Westfield noted Fragranza is no longer there.
    Anyway, I was looking at stuff at the kiosk store, and the guy was trying to push some unknown fragrances on me......I was shopping for the wife, and he gave me a few samples, a couple of which I liked...then he gave me the hard sell......."If you buy three, I'll give you this deal, but normally they're $99 a bottle......."

    Anyone have experience with this place? The men's frag that I sampled came in a regtangular clear plastic bottle, chunky and looked like lucite.....with a silver spray cap inside a lid of some sort....and one of the women's was called Flor something....and had a "flower" sculpted kind of lid......

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    Barney's is my fave, but as long as you're in the Market St./Union Square area you might as well buzz into Sephora on Powell for free samples---Guerlain, Hermes, etc. Hand your tester bottles to any sales associate and they'll decant a take-home spray sample--so beautifully easy!

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    So, about that kiosk....
    It's called "Signature Fragrance" or "Signature Perfume" I think, though the bags say "Top Line Fragrances" --I picked up Rive Gauche PH for a pretty good deal yesterday---sticker price was $89 and change, I asked for the smaller size, they only had the big size, salesguy offered it to me for $59, as I was walking he said--"I'll give it to you for $35, the price of the smaller size." That's about what it would be on-line, after shipping, so I took it. I imagine they may have rented the space for the holidays, and are looking to liquidate some you may find some deals.

    But they will likely try to push little-known and marked-up frags on you first......still haven't found out what that stuff he tried to sell me back in mid-December.....

    Anyone else had experience with this vendor? I'm not complaining, mind you....they're doing business.

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    Does anybody know of a legit grey market place in the Bay Area that has prices similar to online stores? These places in the malls are way overpriced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G Man View Post
    ...legit grey market....
    Aren't these contradictory terms? Alas, isn't Perfumania a grey market establishment?
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    Is the Hermessence collection sold at the Hermes store in SF? THANKS!

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    yes it is.

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    Anyone know some good places to go hunting for some Gucci Envy (for men)?

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    I went to Barneys recently and it blew my mind. After going through the Le Labo and Frederic Malle counters I was done. I wanted to sniff more there but I was in perfume overload. The woman there was super helpful. I think her name was Billie? It appears that they mix the Le Labo fragrances onsite or was that some sort of gimmick?

    i dont make it up to sf enough, but i need to. i need to go to saks, neiman marcus, nordstrom, Chanel and Hermes. There is so much I haven't had a chance to sniff.

    the nordstrom at valley fair in san jose is fair. they have all the Tom Ford private blends and even had a few Bond no9 fragrances there. they told me Nordstrom was possibly going to pick up the full line.

    the neiman marcus in palo alto is also fair. they have a great Creed counter with a helpful and knowledgeable saleswoman. they don't have l'artisan there anymore. they carry Atelier, Acqua Di Parma.

    i would love to meet up with other fragrance geeks to go sniffin in sf sometime. message me if interested.

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    Barneys - really knowledgeable and friendly folk. Full range of Le Labo, Frederic Malle and L'Artisan plus the usual designer suspects. (plus an assistant who likes to take the mickey out of Creed longevity)
    Macys - disappointing range. Nothing like as strong as in New York.
    Saks - Tom Ford, By Kilian and Bond St. Jo Malone plus lots of designer stuff.
    Neiman Marcus - Creed, more Jo Malone plus designer stuff.
    Bloomingdales - very disappointing selection. Nothing special.
    Sephora - normal stuff, plus DSquared which I haven't seen anywhere else.
    Saks for Men - Tom Ford, Clive Cristian and Bond Street. Small selection.
    Chanel Boutique with the exclusives.
    Diptyque with really helpful team.
    Gumps - Floris, Penhaligons and Histoires de Perfum. Sniffing 1740 on my right wrist as I type.
    ...and sniffing Tiffany for men from Tiffany's on my left wrist.
    Nordstrom, more Jo Malone and a big designer range.

    A whole bunch of designer stores, plus 50% off at Ed Hardy!

    Really good for frags. No Serge Lutens still but I will look again tomorrow and try to score some more samples.
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    I'm going to San Francisco next month and I neeeeed to know: Neiman Marcus stil carries Guerlain exclusives?

    And I saw the city has Prada stores; do they sell the exclusive line? I want so badly No. 11!!

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    I will be going to SF in July and am looking for Oliver Durbano Black Tourmaline. Anyone knows where I can find this?

    If anyone from here wants to sniffing in SF somewhere in the middle of July, give me a line. I am a tourist though, do not know my way around the city ..

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    I will be in the City next month. Anyone know if there is a place to pick up ELDO or Montale?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Outerlands View Post
    Sheesh, this is a very dilatory response, but yes, Neiman Marcus does stock the entire Guerlain collection, including the exclusives. They, however, don't carry the Desert d'orient collection.

    - - - Updated - - -

    Also, Bloomingdales at Westfield Centre now carry the entire Tom Ford Private Blend collection. They, however, don't provide samples even after repeated requests. They just say they don't have any, and even refuse to make some. Fine then, I'll take my business to the Tom Ford counter at Neimans or to Saks who're more than happy to furnish me with generous samples.

    Also, Serge Lutens is only available at Barneys. Neimans doesn't carry it anymore. Barneys, on the other hand, doesn't carry By Kilian anymore. Byredo is exclusively sold at Barneys.

    Personally, I find the staff at Barneys, Saks and Nordstrom to be the friendliest. Especially at Barneys. I've been there three times, and on two of those occasions I've ended up buying FB's, but regardless of whether I buy or not, the staff are excellent. The SA's at Saks have been pretty amazing as well. The SA's at Neiman Marcus, on the other hand, tend to be either out of their depth or too busy. Or they're just stood there and answer you in monosyllables. I'd rather head to Barneys or Saks or Nordstrom than cop attitude from a NM SA.

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    Barney's is excellent, and the biggest reason to go there is the entire Editions de Parfums Frederic Malle line.

    I believe the main Saks store facing Union Square still carries the By Killian line.

    Neiman's is excellent; Nordstrom in the nearby San Francisco Centre is very good too.
    I thought they used to have some of the Etro line, but it's been a long time since I visited there.

    As for boutiques, I have never been much impressed with the YSL boutiques stock of fragrances; they never seem
    to have many choice. The Chanel boutique is well worth a visit for the Les Exclusifs. Just a few doors down Maiden Lane
    is Diptyque. Very worth the visit.

    San Francisco has so many great fragrance purveyors.

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    Here's some additions, although some have already been mentioned:

    Jacqueline - On Geary. The proprietor, named Andre, is definitely a curmudgeon who I've gotten to know and sincerely like. He's just an old Frenchman who has been passed by both time and place. Notable items: large Caron selection, Parfums Regence (Kolnisch Juchten), small inventory of Amouage.

    Neiman Marcus - In Union Square. Large inventory of Guerlain, Creed, Tom Ford, Maison Francis Kurkdjian. A notable recent addition is the Dior La Collection Couturier Line in which the staff is much more knowledgeable and gracious than at the nearby Dior Boutique - ask for Hilary, who is the specialist there as well as the specialist for L'Artisan at Barneys.

    Of Note - If you want good service and knowledgeable help with the Tom Ford line, then go to the main Saks Fifth Avenue (NOT the men's store, which has a piddly selection), which leads me to . . .

    Saks Fifth Avenue - They carry Guerlain but the staff there are not informed so you're better off spending your time and money at Neimans in this realm because they usually have a Guerlain specialist there full time. Saks does carry the full Tom Ford line and are much more helpful, as well as Bond No. 9, By Killian, and a comprehensive range of Penhaligons.

    Barneys - Union Square. By far the most friendly and knowledgeable staff, but their are tiers of sales associates there so if you get one person who stumbles over information you are requesting then ask for someone to help out. There they carry: Commes Des Garcons, L'Artisan, Frederic Malle, Serge Lutens, The Different Company, Yosh, Byredo, Heeley, Arquiste, Le Labo, and X-Ray. They do NOT carry Parfums DelRae anymore.

    Diptyque - Union Square. Great shop with very laid-back people working there. Diptyque is sold everywhere now but I still insist on giving the shop my business.

    In Fiore - On Post Street about six blocks away from Union Square. Mostly cosmetics now with them ONLY selling their line of solid perfumes in compact cases.

    Gumps - Off of Union Square. You're pretty much on your own in this store with the way the fragrances are intermixed with soaps, candles, and those fugly annoying reed diffusers. They carry a sizable but incomplete collection of Histoires de Parfums along with Santa Maria Novella, Penhaligons, Floris, and Atelier.

    ZGO - Castro. I'm very happy this place opened up. First they were bath products and candles but they now have curated some decent fragrances. Of note, they carry a good selection of Amouage and their Tribute Attar. They also carry Histoires de Parfums, a few Commes des Garcons, Diptyque, Nasomatto, Agonist, and Nez a Nez. I'm very happy that we have access to a larger range of Amouage in San Francisco.

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    I have to give an update and a shout-out to the people at ZGO in the Castro. They have extended their line of Amouage to include Honor and Fate and then the Tribute attar.

    Also, they are the only shop in San Francisco that I know of who carry the Etat Libre d'Orange line.

    They added the perfumes also from an Australian nose - Tommi Sooni. I highly recommend you guys try Eau de Tommi Sooni.
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    Neiman Marcus in Union Square downtown now carries the Dior exclusive scent collection, I am happy to report.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cazaubon View Post
    Neiman Marcus in Union Square downtown now carries the Dior exclusive scent collection, I am happy to report.
    I really enjoyed that collection, tried it last week. Took home a bottle of Dior Cologne Royale, and a sample of the Vetiver

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    Anyone know where to find Al-Rehab in the Bay Area?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmn View Post
    Anyone know where to find Al-Rehab in the Bay Area?
    I live in the Bay Area but I ordered my Al-Rehab Silver from:

    I have no idea where to get it locally, but I'd imagine it would be a place similar to that al-rashad website...

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