A sudden shower cooling the air: the romantic smell of London after a rainsquall when water has washed away frivolity, leaving only a zesty and triumphant breeze with a soft echo of the storm. The strength of bergamot, cardamom and violet is tempered by birch tree and a dusting of patchouli.
On my way to make a list of best spring/summer fragrances options I managed to test Precious Pink Jasmine by Trish McEvoy, I have had few make up items from the brand in the past but never tried any of the perfume range and I was looking for floral options for those who are not fan of “Too floral” perfumes, I was looking for something more delicate, unique in terms of notes and the right balance between floral and sweet, suddenly I remembered this fragrance so I decided to test it and it was a very nice surprise. Continue reading “Perfume Review: Precious Pink Jasmine by Trish McEvoy”
Some time ago I reviewed Fleur Burlesque by Vilhelm Parfumerie and mentioned about the feminine inspiration that fragrance has from La Belle Epoque and the Moulin Rouge can can dancers, today following the line we jump to the beginning of the 20’s with a unisex scent that intends to catch the atmosphere of those years. Continue reading “Perfume Review: Chicago High by Vilhelm Parfumerie”
With spring around the corner, the spring fragrances start to show up and this time we have a flanker from Dylan Blue Pour Femme by Versace: Dylan Turquoise, keeping the luxurious bottle design but instead of a deep blue we have a crystal clear aquamarine colour that clearly screams summer. Continue reading “Perfume Review: Dylan Turquoise by Versace”
“Unflinching, exquisite femininity. Inspired by La Belle Époque. A woman, alive in the spotlight at the Moulin Rouge, enchantingly a glow in the soft candlelight of Maxim’s.” The name and the short description were enough for me to feel tempted to try out this fragrance and sure enough it didn’t disappoint. Continue reading “Perfume Review: Fleur Burlesque by Vilhelm Parfumerie”
Say hello to the new member of the Kayali family, the perfume brand from Huda Beauty. Deja Vu White Flower 57, each fragrance from the brand has a number with the name and is basically amount of modifications it has till the final result, so in this case 57 and it makes sense as Mona Kattan commented about this scent taking two and half years to develop. Continue reading “Perfume Review: Déjà Vu White Flower 57 by Kayali”
When we talk about about Trish McEvoy we normally think about makeup but not so much about the lovely perfume collection, except if we visit department stores and we can see them displayed and ready to try out.
Time ago I was lucky enough to try out Precious Pink Jasmine and really loved it so this time I went for a Floral Oriental option, the notes really called my attention so I’m really excited to share this Eau de Parfum called 100. Continue reading “Perfume Review: 100 by Trish McEvoy”
Orange Sanguine is probably the most famous fragrance from the house Atelier Cologne and a cult scent in the perfumery world with so many lovers around the globe, the reason why? this is a proper orange scent, many people describe it as pure orange juice and extremely fresh but let’s have a look. Continue reading “Perfume Review: Orange Sanguine by Atelier Cologne”
First launch in 1924, “La Route d’Emeraude” The road to the Emerald Triangle from Isabey was designed by Julien Viard, in a faceted bottle and a jewel-like case, reminiscent of the splendor of the Far East. This perfume is inspired, with a touch of nostalgia, by the journey leading to the “Emerald Triangle” (Thailand, Laos and Cambodia), filled with the scents of Jasmine Sambac and blooming flowers. Many Orient lovers took the path to these faraway lands and experienced sensations that are recaptured in this re-edition of the mythical perfume. Gold leather (cordovan) effect, distinctive of La Route d’Emeraude previous designs, has been preserved. The fragrance has been slightly changed. Continue reading “Perfume Review: La Route d’Emeraude by Isabey”
It has not been that long ago since Michael Kors released Wonderlust, a blend of luxurious blossoms mingle with delectably spiced notes and Oriental Floral
Gourmand. Continue reading “Michael Kors, Wonderlust Eau Fresh”
Flower. Power. An explosion of flowers and colour. Introducing Amo Flowerful, the new olfactory chapter in the Amo Ferragamo franchise. Youthful and exuberant, this fresh fragrance expresses the of joy of living, contagious optimism and sparkling energy.
The Amo Flowerful woman is quicker than fantasy, she has a multifaceted personality and expresses all that she loves flowers, colours, her dreams, her journeys and the power of her freedom. Continue reading “Salvatore Ferragamo, Amo Flowerful”
“A woman can conquer the world with the right shoes.” From here comes the inspiration of Good Girl, I have to admit the bottle makes a huge marketing buying decision specially for blind purchases a clear example is my mom that wanted the perfume only for the bottle, the question is …Does really worth adding this to my collection? Continue reading “Carolina Herrera, Good Girl”
A fragrance that probably became one of my all time favourites is Rêve d’Infini from Lalique, I’m a total fan of their art pieces but for some reason never really paid attention to the perfume collection. Continue reading “Perfume Review: Rêve d’Infini by Lalique”
Is not new that I love all the pieces Mugler has released during these years and is not new that Alien is one of my favourites, not only the first original version but also all the flankers I tried were just gorgeous.
Probably some of you already know that practically every year Mugler release a collector edition for all the Alien lovers, this year was not the exception except for the concept on the bottle design, We Are All Alien made me fall in love for several reasons, so let’s start. Continue reading “Mugler, We Are All Alien Collector Edition”
Inspired by the unique link between seduction, strength and glamour where fantasy meets femininity and a woman is her sexiest. Boldly luxurious, brilliantly faceted, and
“Sexy Ruby is the story of strong women. Women who know what they want and go after it,” says Michael Kors. Sexy Ruby entices you to enter her world and Magnify Your Sexy. Look through the reflections of the ruby crystal and discover a new side of seduction. More confident. More daring. More alluring than ever before.
Continue reading “Michael Kors: Sexy Ruby”
I have to admit that I have never been a big fan of Kenzo fragrances, specially from the iconic Flower By Kenzo which I have to say is very unique and has an own identity that’s the reason why the years pass but it never goes out of fashion. I know many people that love flower by Kenzo and others don’t as I belong to that group I was a bit scared or reviewing this product even when I always try to be the most neutral perfumist when it comes to review a fragrance. Continue reading “Flower By Kenzo Red Edition”
In 2016 Versace came with a new and totally different perfume: Dylan Blue Pour Homme, a masculine balsamic and fresh fragrance that quickly became very popular. Later Dylan Blue Pour Femme came out, a Floral-Fruity-Woody fragrance, different from the previous Versace releases for women, not only on the notes but also the stunning design of the bottle. Continue reading “Versace, Dylan Blue Pour Femme”
Today I want to share with you one of the 2018 fragrance releases from Givenchy, a new member of the Live Irrésistible family: Live Irrésistible Blossom Crush. This is an Eau de Toilette and if we put all the perfumes of the family together this one would be in the middle. Continue reading “Givenchy: Live Irresistible Blossom Crush”
A little bit of Italian taste over here…Today I’m writing about the latest fragrance released by Salvatore Ferragamo: Amo Ferragamo. This is part of the fragrances launched for the summer season 2018 by luxury brands, In my case I always saw Ferragamo fragrances online but never sniffed or tried any of them so this time I decided to give it a go. Continue reading “Salvatore Ferragamo, Amo Ferragamo”
Proud of our British heritage, Memoize London has supported small, independent British suppliers wherever possible. From a hand finished, wooden oak cap, crafted in Yorkshire, a hand-made box made in Leicestershire, to a small filling house in the Lincolnshire hills. All components took great tie and consideration to ensure to provide the customer with the ultimate luxury experience. The idea of a luxury and exclusive fragrance 100% British really made feel tempted to try it. Continue reading “Memoize London: Luxuria”