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GOEST Perfumes

08 Jan 2016 Posted by Valerie Vitale in Perfume Reviews A-L

GOEST PERFUMES instantly enter the limbic system and playfully resonate. Creator Jacqueline Steele has infused fierce style into spirited fragrances. These compositions are inspired by historical moments in perfumery and art, yet this is only a starting point; there is nothing nostalgic about how these…

Frazer Parfum: Contemplating Soliflores

01 Oct 2015 Posted by Valerie Vitale in Perfume Reviews A-L

Two weeks ago I was introduced to Frazer Parfum at Elements Show in NYC, and instantly I realized that Founder and Perfumer Tammy Frazer has command of raw materials and the agility to morph them into very wearable yet sophisticated liquid. Frazer Parfum makes their home in…

ASKEW, Humiecki and Graef

02 Sep 2013 Posted by Valerie Vitale in Perfume Reviews A-L

Most things that Les Christophs do are exceptional and challenging. They are working on all things olfactive, inside the bottle, in the gallery with scent sculptures, and with ambient scent. Their work bring us closer to understanding how our sense of smell influences our motivations…

Ex Voto, Gatsby and Dior Gray: Three Fragrance Reviews

23 Aug 2013 Posted by Valerie Vitale in Perfume Reviews A-L

Two from Ex Voto and one from La Collection Privee Dior all three reviewed on CaFleureBon. Hope everyone is having a fun summer. Valerie   http://www.cafleurebon.com/new-niche-fragrance-review-ex-voto-paris-eau-de-lux-ginger-and-eau-de-lux-black-amber-understated-whispers-draw/ http://www.cafleurebon.com/new-niche-fragrance-review-la-collection-privee-christian-dior-gris-montaigne-a-hazy-shade-of-gray/        

Juniper Ridge: It’s Like Being There

06 Jul 2013 Posted by Valerie Vitale in Perfume Reviews A-L

The last couple of weeks I’ve been pondering my past visits to the more obscure national parks like, Lassen Volcanic, and Canyonlands, and I remembered how both the harshness and stunning beauty of these landscapes can be equally challenging to the mind and body. As…

Fueguia 1833 Patagonia, Thays

17 May 2013 Posted by Valerie Vitale in Perfume Reviews A-L

When I heard the word Thays, I thought that it was short for the Spanish word for tea, considering this fragrance is inspired by Mate Yerba. I quickly learned that Thays is named after the French-Argentine landscape architect, Carlos Thays, and soon the story behind…

D.S. & Durga: Poppy Rouge

22 Apr 2013 Posted by Valerie Vitale in Perfume Reviews A-L

Mississippi John Hurt   It’s great when a fragrance can get you listening to blues and thinking about art while simultaneously enjoying the comforts of home. That’s exactly how it happened with D. S. & Durga Poppy Rouge. http://www.cafleurebon.com/niche-fragrance-review-d-s-durga-poppy-rouge-mississippi-john-hurt-draw/   Cover photo: Robert Mapplethorpe Poppy 1988

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