Hello, old friends! I’ve started a new blog, focusing on my fragrance-related thoughts and activities. It’s called
Perfume Professor. Come visit!
This blog will remain open, although I won’t be posting here very often. Thank you for being loyal readers…I hope to see you soon on my new page.
I don’t have any tattoos, but I’ll admire a good one when I see it. I recently visited the exhibition
“Tattooed New York” at the New-York Historical Society (see it if you can!) and thought of all my fellow aromaphiles when I saw this photograph.
The artist is Rose Hardy and the woman wearing this elaborate image is Zoe Brown. The photographer is Nicole Reed.
My latest post on Now Smell This is a fragrance review of Edward Bess Spanish Veil.
read it here.
Image: detail of
, 1881, via Wikimedia Commons. El Jaleo by John Singer Sargent
My latest post on Now Smell This is a fragrance review of Edward Bess La Femme Bohème.
can read it here.
Apparently, Avon sold men’s fragrances in bottles shaped like busts of various “founding fathers” and Presidents in 1977.
Happy Presidents Day, fellow Americans.
Reading: Patti Smith’s M Train (a Christmas gift from Mr. TC)
Video: “The People vs. O. J. Simpson”
Audio: Our nephew’s recent “School of Rock” concert — lots of classics!
Drink: Kona coffee that our friend C. brought back from a Hawaii vacation
Continue reading “Passing Fancies ~ February 2017”
Wishing you a happy heart today.
Image: Coeur Joie perfume bottle, Lalique for Nina Ricci, 2946.