Thread: S o t D, Thursday, 3 June 2010
Eau d'Orange Verte - Hermès
“As if everyone, all over the world, had his daily visually artistic task; the task of being an image for others.” Peter Handke
Comptoir Sud Pacifique's L'eau du Gouverneur
Montale - Steam Aoud
My Top Six - Guerlain Vetiver, Santal Noble, Bois Du Portugal, Antaeus, GIT, Vetiver Extraordinaire
Dior Escale a Portofino
Nice hot day today, mid-20s degrees Celsius. Going for my current favourite for hot weather...
Virgin Island Water by Creed
By Kilian Straight to Heaven
I'm a colognosaurus. Rawr!
Today I wear my father's Dune pour homme (strange fragrance...)
Cologne du 68 by Guerlain
Myrrhe Ardente - Annick Goutal
Idylle, by Guerlain.
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"Wait...is David Bowie really God?" - Penelope Garcia
SotE - Ronaldo Esper Millesimé
SotE - Creed Acier Aluminium.
Guerlain Vetiver in edt and deodorant. One of the old edt, but I'm not sure which.
That girl, that bottle, that mattress and me.
Ferre's Bergamotto Marino.
Kenneth Cole Reaction...if this was an edp it would probably go down as the best fragrance ever made.
Don't Smell the Flowers,
They're an Evil Drug to Make You Lose Your Mind --- Dio
Well, since today is my birthday, I think I will wear Creed Royal Water.
Arome 3 Tradition
Habit Rouge Beau Cavalier by Guerlain. Quit possibly the best mens fragrance out there IMO.
Vetiver (vintage EdT) by Guerlain
This is becoming a regular scent in my rotation. Sort of the default, go-to scent in my wardrobe, when I'm not sure what I want to wear. I have to go easy with this one, it can be a headache-inducer if I go more than 2 light sprays.
There is no love in modern life
There is no hope in modern life
Boss Bottled 6
Great works are performed, not by strength, but by perseverance.
Terre d'Hermès Parfum
SotD - Égoïste
SotE - Chanel Pour Monsieur
SotN - N°19
SotD: EdP Frederic Malle's Vetiver Extraordinaire. Just received it in the mail from Barney's yesterday. Just as gorgeous as I remember! Being a vetiver guy, I think this is my new holy grail. Either this or Fat Electrician - can't definitively decide yet.
Penhaligon's Eau de Verveine
In a world where people smell bad, it is the personal responsibility of every Basenoter to improve the world one SotD at a time...
Earlier I was in Bulgari Eau Parfumée au Thé Vert and I've just now doused myself liberally in Christian Dior's unblinking Eau Sauvage.
SotE is Le Labo Rose 31.
Antoine Maisondieu's Eloge du traître (Etat Libre d'Orange)
I don't know much about medicine, but I know what I like. -- S.J. Perelman
Yatagan--my first full wearing from my new bottle.
I'm wearing Luctor et Emergo today.
SotD is Serge Lutens Gris Clair
Kiehl's - Original Musk
I'm on my second frag of the day. Just took a shower and put on some Swiss Army.
Habit Rouge Eau Legere by Guerlain
Mandarina Duck Pure Black
Started the day in L'eau Serge Lutens. Havana right before I rushed out the door. It faded by noon, so I spent noon to 6:30p scent-free. Michael Kors Men to remedy that. It's beautiful. . . but I showered, and went directly to Chergui. Oh my, it is so wonderful. . .
Chamade EDT (Guerlain)
Gucci pour Homme this evening. Cedar incense heaven.
I'm a colognosaurus. Rawr!
Mouchoir de Monsieur
Rare, vintage, and niche off-site sales.
Splits: O'driu, La Via del Profumo/AbdesSalaam Attar, Nasomatto, Chanel Les Exclusifs, Profumi del Forte, Mona di Orio, Kurkdjian, Slumberhouse.
New atomizer and decanting supplies for sale.
For me a work of fiction exists only insofar as it affords me what I shall bluntly call aesthetic bliss, that is a sense of being somehow, somewhere, connected with other states of being where art (curiosity, tenderness, kindness, ecstasy) is the norm. - Vladimir Nabokov
Robert Piguet, Bandit