“A GRAND DAME OF THE PERFUME INDUSTRY
TURNS NINETY-FIVE”

THE NEW YORKER

On April 26, 1924, a pregnant woman named Mollie Green was in the perfume department of Wanamaker’s Department St ore, in Philadelphia, when her water broke. She did not live in Philly; she was working as a milliner in Atlantic City, New Jersey, and on one final weekend shopping spree before the baby came. She rushed to a nearby hospital, where she gave birth to a baby girl, Annette. On her return trip to New Jersey, by bus, a few days later, she hadan extra passenger in t ow and smelled like Lucien Lelong perfume, which would be her signature scent for the rest of her life… READ MORE AT [NEWYORKER.COM]

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Alien by Thierry Mugler is the perfect fragrance if you are looking for a signature scent. Amazing for all occasions and ages, this perfume
combines amber, vanilla and orange blossom to create a spicy and mellow delight.

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For the thrill seeker- Ralph Lauren introduces Polo Red Extreme. This fragrance is a fiery, spicy combination of blood orange, coffee, and
black ebony wood for an addictive and wild sensation.