The remaining two scents of the Decennial anniversary perfumes are very much a part of the set. Both have startling juxtapositions elegantly executed; both involve beautiful wood notes; neither is spicy to my nose, like Nuit Épicée and Santal Sacré, but both involve very creative comestibles that one seldom smells in perfume. The bourbon in . . . → Read More: Good wood, Part 2: The Luckyscent Decennial anniversary perfumes
Curating a world-class perfume store may look easy – the gentlemen at Luckyscent make it look easy – but it isn’t. Adam and Franco don’t just run one of the best perfume stores in the country; they have to find the perfumes worth selling, and if you’ve ever shopped outside of what gets recommended in . . . → Read More: Good wood, Part 1: the Luckyscent Decennial anniversary perfumes
Untitled No. 7. We have the citrus vanilla we’ve been waiting for.
I tweeted a while ago, in the flush of joy after applying some Untitled No. 7: “Great citrus vanilla or the greatest citrus vanilla?” No response, crickets, not even any high-fives celebrating the Stephen Colbert reference.
I had to think about this for . . . → Read More: Great citrus vanilla, or the greatest citrus vanilla?