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    Default Jo Malone article in the Dec issue of Vanity Fair.

    It's long article of several pages. You learn everything from her childhood to how she started out and how she battled breastcancer (I didn't know about that). All her fragrances came to her as part of a special moment in her life or travels, except for Nutmeg & Ginger for which she has no clue how it happened...
    Estˇe Lauder (Jo Malones mother company) has great plans for brand expension: with the opening of stores worldwide. Jo Malone has an American website (also available on aswell as her original UK site.

    Vintage Gardenia is her latest offering:
    Created to celebrate 10 years of the Jo Malone brand and Jo's personal journey, Vintage Gardenia with Cardamom & Myrrh is a completely captivating, rich seduction of the senses. Classic florals, gardenia and tuberose, are intricately laced with cardamom, sandalwood, incense and myrrh.

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    Default Re: Jo Malone article in the Dec issue of Vanity F

    Thanks so much, Cedric. Ever since receiving Black Vetyver Cafe, I've been interested in her fragrances. I've been tempted to order Red Roses unsniffed!

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    Default Re: Jo Malone article in the Dec issue of Vanity F

    Many thanks, Cedric! I love BVC and Nutmet & Ginger.
    "Wovon man nicht lesen kann, darüber muss man schreiben."

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