Montri by Parfums Dusita is my choice of perfume for Scent Semantics word of the month: SERENITY!
This is the last posting under the name of Scent Semantics for five bloggers from all around the world: I hope you have enjoyed our choices of perfume to match different words of the month. Serenity is a great word to end this collaboration, and Montri is a great choice of perfume to wave a fragrant goodbye.
Unspoken Musk is the second fragrance in Francesca Bianchi’s line of perfumes dedicated to classic materials in perfumery, following Libertine Neroli. But, with a twist: it’s more than “just a musk” you might have expected. Much more.
A new Bond is born, launching this September – M V2Q, created by Antoine Lie for Puredistance Masterperfumes, replacing M 03, designed by Roja Dove. The new “Bond” is self-aware, strong, meticulously groomed, but human – spicy, ambery, with soft skin and tenderness at its heart.
SCENT SEMANTICS: five perfume writers, one word, one perfume – the word of the month is MISANTHROPE, and I chose Ambergreen by Oliver&Co Perfumes!
Nanshe feels full of contrasts, pushing and pulling, tender and rough, powdery and watery, flowing and glowing – its dynamics, and the way how wearing Nanshe makes me feel were the main reason why I chose it as the matching perfume for the Scent Semantics word of the month – FAMILY.
Mohammadreza Kazemian is a relatively new indie perfume brand (founded in 2019) located in Tehran, Iran, with an interesting story about the founder, perfumer, and CEO of the brand – Mohammadreza Kazemian. Starting up an indie perfume brand, the first one in Iran definitely wasn’t easy, but where’s a will there’s a way! And artisan perfume!