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Some real classics in there, and laid out so elegantly! Makes me think of a 'family tree' of related scents.
I remember now...at the perfumery in Paris we learned about how perfumes are made and the variety of flowers used in the process. Very interesting. Are you a fan of Chanel No.5?
Classics indeed!! What a "fragrant" post for the day, Ciel! I love it!!
It would be a great place to visit.
Je ne savais pas qu'il y avait encore des parfums fabriqués à partir de fleurs. Je pensais que, comme presque tout, c'étaient des dérivés du pétrole.
Somehow I'm feeling that the mystery of perfume should remain a mystery. I'm rebelling against this orderly explaining of it all.
when i was a little kid, my friend noi and i would make perfume by smashing different flowers...we thought we'd become rich and bottle the stuff :D
J'aimerais bien visiter ce lieu. Ca a l'air tres interessant. :)
Now that is a very neat idea. I don't use perfume too much but I love it when someone walks by with just a hint of something wonderful. I like the scent of a horse too----LOL!! MB
That's a nice presentation method and it's very clever.
I'm excited Ciel :) I see my L'Air du Temps by Nina Ricci there..j'adore!
Probably the only perfume I know...
What a wonderful place to visit! :)
I love Trésor perfume! :)I'm enjoying a lot the perfume series!Happy weekend,Léia
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