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post #15976 of 20498
Knize Ten for me yesterday. Today, Piper Nigrum.
post #15977 of 20498
I Profumi di Firenze Tabacco: sharp, soapy, & green, with a hint of banana Now & Later...
post #15978 of 20498
today I was feeling down and I like the whole world to suffer with me. Here's looking at you Prof Fab / Rach:

SotD: 4, yes 4, sprays of Jicky Parfum. Sooo good, it's like creamy and fatty and warm and fuzzy, refined yet filthy, and beautifully balanced and seamlessly blended. I can see myself wearing this for many years to come.
post #15979 of 20498
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Originally Posted by Master-Classter View Post

today I was feeling down and I like the whole world to suffer with me. Here's looking at you Prof Fab / Rach:

SotD: 4, yes 4, sprays of Jicky Parfum. Sooo good, it's like creamy and fatty and warm and fuzzy, refined yet filthy, and beautifully balanced and seamlessly blended. I can see myself wearing this for many years to come.

Hope it made your day a little better.
post #15980 of 20498
This evening saw quite a bit of fog rolling in over and around Twin Peaks, so a couple of sprays of vintage Giorgio for Men was just right.
post #15981 of 20498
Today: Giorgio for Men again.
post #15982 of 20498
Pre-shower: Rose de Nuit (Lutens)
SOTD: Loukhoum by Keiko Mecheri.
post #15983 of 20498
Thanks to Baron and his vintage stash, I'm wearing Patricia de Nicolai's New York. Now I want to get my hands on a bottle of the old stuff, as well...

On a side note, I went on another smell-a-palooza at Bloomingdale's today and ended up getting Coco pure parfum for my wife for Mother's Day (don't tell...) But I also played the role of the good samaritan as well when the salesperson from the Tom Ford counter desperately approached the Chanel and Hermes counters looking to find a fragrance that "smelled like almonds" for an important client. I searched my (pretty limited) fragrance note memory bank and actually remembered that heliotropin smells a bit like almond. Oh yeah: L'Heure Bleue! I marched over to the Guerlain counter and sprayed some on a paper strip and handed it off to my man, Guillermo at the Chanel counter, to offer to the Tom Ford salesperson & client. I guess the Alzheimer's hasn't set in as much as I thought, yet...satisfied.gif
post #15984 of 20498
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post #15985 of 20498
I enjoyed smelling like an Égoiste, so that's what I chose for today too.
post #15986 of 20498
Penhaligon's LP No. 9
post #15987 of 20498
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Neimans here in SF has the Dior range now, so I'd try there if Seattle has one as well as a Dior boutique.

no luck at neiman, nor any department store here, sadly...what's my best bet for finding somewhere to buy a sample of it? anywhere better than just ebay?
post #15988 of 20498
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Originally Posted by superego View Post

no luck at neiman, nor any department store here, sadly...what's my best bet for finding somewhere to buy a sample of it? anywhere better than just ebay?

http://surrendertochance.com/christian-dior-la-collection-couturier-parfumeur-granville/
post #15989 of 20498
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Originally Posted by Maquis View Post

Thanks to Baron and his vintage stash, I'm wearing Patricia de Nicolai's New York. Now I want to get my hands on a bottle of the old stuff, as well...

You mean Derby? I don't think I ever sent New York your way...
post #15990 of 20498
Sorry dude, I meant to say that *Rambo* hooked me up with the New York. (I guess I spoke too soon regarding Alzheimer's...)

But thanks for the Derby—that's also in the mix to get a hold of!
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