Sleight of Fern, a new fragrance by Masque Milano (April 2022) is my choice of perfume for the Scent Semantics word of the month: brilliance!
I must admit that this word, chosen by Portia, turned out to be one of the most complicated words to pair a perfume with for me up to now, and I was thinking about it for days…until 2 samples of new perfumes arrived: Sleight of Fern IV-III turned out to be the one!
Six perfume bloggers around the world, one word, every first Monday in a month: Scent Semantics are back, and the word is NOSTALGIA.
The perfume I choose is Miracle of Roses by Miguel Matos, as a reminder of kindness, and how we all can act and help in times of distress. Here is my story.
Is “good taste” defined by era or style? Are some perfumes – “classic” and thus timeless?
Here we go again: six bloggers, one word – TASTE. This is my take, and I’ve chosen one perfume: Porter Sa Peau, a perfume which Roberto Greco launched in 2020 in collaboration with Master Perfumer Rodrigo Flores-Roux, after working on it together for two years. And timeless – it is!
Luscious is the word of this month’s Scent Semantics, with six perfume bloggers all over the world choosing one fragrance to represent it.
My choice is Jezebel, created by Ali Erkekli (Anka Kus Parfum), and here are my thoughts and musings about this alluring, luscious, and seductive fragrance!
Can angels come as a scent, a fragrance? And if they can, what do angels smell like? Do they have a common scent or do we all have our own, subjective interpretations of an ethereal scent that we might consider angelic? Which perfume (just one!) could fit this concept? I chose Calling All Angels /Tanja Bochnig – April Aromatics 2013/, and here is my story.
Welcome to Part 1 of Scent Semantics! This is what it’s all about: six perfume bloggers from all over the world came together to write about one theme, once a month, each month, with a matching perfume. From their own perspective, in their own style. I hope you’ll enjoy different perspectives and fragrance choices!