Flowers can go sexy and animalistic or fresh and airy, depending on so many factors. Here, a primer on the latest bloom-based scents.
Smelling like flowers hasn’t always been cool. Some garden-variety perfumes, like traditional rose blends or heady white florals, have a reputation for being old-fashioned, even fussy. Scents like sage, patchouli, oud, and smoke are much more fashionable. Or they were. But this fall, the classics are having a resurgence. As perfume creator Frédéric Malle puts it , “These days, cool girls want the
heritage thing.” And in perfumery, the “heritage thing” is flowers… READ MORE AT [marieclaire.com]


Hot Couture by Givenchy is a fresh and fruity fragrance with wood undertones. The deep, spicy notes are enhanced by hints of crispness. This is a sophisticated scent that grabs attention at first sniff. I t’s sensual, it’s deep, it’s provocative, it’s enticing, it’s Hot Couture!.


Jovan Musk is a classic scent, it’s the best musk fragrance ever made. I t has stood the test of time due to it’s sensual and sexy drydown. Once you try it, you’ll never go back!