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Scent/Fragrance of the Day thread

Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by Dmax, Aug 22, 2007.

  1. El Argentino

    El Argentino Well-Known Member

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    Where did you pick up your M7? Been wanting to find that for almost two years now, but it remains elusive.
     
  2. James1051

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    Encens et Lavande for New Years day.
     
  3. Osiris2012

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    I honestly couldnt tell you, was eons ago...some website with a strange name, blind purchased that and pure malt. Worked out well and sort of kicked me on my fragrance journey actually. Prior to that...well those are the dark days we don't speak of.
     
  4. L'Incandescent

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    What's up choochaws? I am wearing Lipstick Rose.
     
  5. Thomas

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    Mr. Blass to ring in the new year.

    So, Chandler Burr posted to say the catalog to his curated exhibition is for sale at luckyscent.com, and I have to admit that it's better than what was previously discussed (one Guerlain), but neglects Chanel in favor of such masterpieces as Light Blue, Pleasures, and Drakkar Noir. baby steps, I suppose.
     
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  6. Baron

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  7. Thomas

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    his facebook page.
     
  8. Baron

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    I just saw he posted it on twitter. He never responded to my tweet there. That collection at luckyscent is from his show at the Design Museum in New York. The show I saw was something else, or maybe a neutered version of that show.
     
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  10. L'Incandescent

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    Une Rose de Kandahar. I am visiting my family in Wisconsin right now. When my mother smelled this she was all like "Ooh my Gaaad that's a good one so lovely!"
     
  11. HORNS

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    Yesterday: Portrait of a Lady
    Today: layers of Chanel Pour Monsieur and the Concentree.
     
  12. James1051

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    tonight, Relique d'Amour by Oriza L. LeGrand. A mossy scent with incense and lily. Somehow, based on the description, I was expecting something too floral, but its not (too floral, that is). Smells like moss, wet stones, with a bit of lily in the background. A very interesting scent, really.
     
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    Put Yosh Konig on my wrist tonight. Great vetiver dry-down.
     
  14. L'Incandescent

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    I am wearing Rose Nacree du Desert again today.
     
  15. HORNS

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    Do you have a bottle of that, L'Inc?
     
  16. L'Incandescent

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    No, I got a good deal on a big batch of samples. Unfortunately, the bottles are very expensive. I can't remember, have you tried it?
     
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  17. James1051

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    Chanel No 19, brothas!
     
  18. HORNS

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    No, I haven't tried any of the three Arabian-themed Guerlains.
     
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    I want a bottle of the parfum really bad.
     
  20. James1051

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    All in on Iris today.
    Scent of the Evening will be Nirmal.

    Edit: wow, that is seductive as all hell. Like a bigger, aromatic version of L'eau d'Hiver.
    straight to my buy list!
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