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Fragrance is, to me, something very personal; because it is something you wear every day, it should represent you and be an extension of your style.
I prefer perfumery, it's the language of love.
I'm not really keen on men wearing perfumes. It's just a bit wrong! I don't find it sexy. I prefer essential oils - patchouli is nice.
My visitors say they noticed perfumes from different companies in my fridge, and ask what I need these for. I explain that they are mainly there as historical benchmarks of quality, below which I must not and would not want to fall.
The appeal of perfume is that it is at once ephemeral and empowering. It creates a shimmering invisible armor that lingers in a room long after its wearer has gone and infuses our imagination with a subtle power, hinting at a hidden identity.
Perfume is a form of writing, an ink, a choice made in the first person, the dot on the i, a weapon, a courteous gesture, part of the instant, a consequence.
Perfume is a story in odors, sometimes a poetry of memory
Where hast thou wandered, gentle gale, to find the perfumes thou dost bring?
When you're going back to school, you want something fresh and new, and perfume is the best way to do that.
I always have mini bottles of Unbreakable, the fragrance I did with my husband. I'm Armenian, so I'm oily and always have blotting papers.
I'm a massive fragrance fan - I think fragrance is part of someone's hygiene, and I'm a big believer in leaving an impression through scent.
I placed my new novel, 'The Book of Lost Fragrances', in Paris, knowing it would be a challenge. But the book belonged in the city that is one of the greatest perfume capitals of the world and has been since for more than three centuries.
Childhood smells of perfume and brownies.
For me, a fragrance is another way of leaving an impression on somebody.
Fragrance is an incredibly intimate thing. It can evoke very specific thoughts or memories and is a little different for each person who wears it. I also think it's the most accessible luxury.
The gift of perfume to a flower is a special grace like genius or like beauty, and never becomes common or cheap.
Estee Lauder cologne. Sam Cooke always wore it, and I started wearing it because he wore it.
I wear perfume even when I'm alone
The future does not really lie in discovering new fragrant raw materials ... In order to endure, haute perfumery is therefore condemned to inventing new olfactory promises ... to finding a new form of expression.
Fragrance is the voice of inanimate things.
My interest in fragrance is really a personal thing. I've always gravitated toward them and appreciate the subtle, meaningful way they express who you are.
I don't wear a lot of perfumey-perfumes because I think a lot of them smell like you're wearing perfume. And I don't want to smell like that.
There are seventy-five perfumes, which it is very necessary that a criminal expert should be able to distinguish from each other, and cases have more than once within my own experience depended upon their prompt recognition.
A fragrance that matches the personality of the man or woman who wears it is an integral part of the memory that you have of him or her. It goes without saying that it's a formidable weapon of seduction.
As a person, I take pleasure in receiving and sharing. As a perfumer, I like showing and convincing ... I'm quite simply following the trajectory of an artist, someone who seeks and, sometimes, finds.
Different fragrances promote different emotions, and I find that fragrance gets me in the frame of mind for that person.
A fragrance always combines femininity and sensuality.
A woman who doesn't wear perfume has no future.
The perfumes of lords and ladies tickled at my nose: lavender and orange oil. On the road, shit has the decency to stink.
I use only essential oils for perfumes.
My favourite smell on a man is Lynx and Marc Jacobs.
Fragrance for me is never after or only, it's everything. I am a fragrance connoisseur.
Dune by Christian Dior. Luca Turin, who wrote a fragrance guide, calls it 'the bleakest beauty in all perfumery.' Here,
I seek new perfumes, ampler blossoms, untried pleasures.
Oh! joy for he who has escaped from this world of perfumes and color! For beyond these colors and these perfumes, these are other colors in the heart and the soul.
Whenever I smelled the same perfume on other women, no matter where I was, I was instantly transported back to that feeling of discovery. The sensation of fingertips against old paper, whose surface was powdery and fragile, like the membrane of a moth's wing.
A woman's perfume tells more about her than her handwriting.
Smell is a word, perfume is literature.
I actually use women's perfume - I have since I was a kid. It's called Anais Anais, from Rachael. It smells like a beautiful woman and a bouquet of flowers. I use that and Right Guard deodorant.
When I'm playing a character, I don't wear perfume.
Love - the best cosmetics.
For me, perfume, must be adapted to fashion, not the other way around.
I like Dolce & Gabbana's fragrance Light Blue - it's my everyday perfume.
When he turns to go, the perfumer's
True fragrance speaks for itself. It does not require to be pointed out by the bearer.
A PERFUME SHOULD BE AS IMBUED WITH MEANING AS IT IS LIGHT TO WEAR.
I like chocolate. I don't eat it, but I like the smell of it. People can drink with their eyes; I can eat with my nose. I would love to have a perfume based on chocolate.
Obviously I want the fragrance to smell good. I tell people all the time that when you see someone there can obviously be a physical attraction, but scent is something that stays with you. It's something that you remember about a person.
A fragrance is like a signature, so that even after a woman leaves the room, her fragrance should reveal she's been there.
Cheap, sentimental things
I'm really interested in smells. I think I'd like to own a perfumery someday.
Fragrance is the first layer of dressing, a woman's invisible body suit.
I find fragrance to be such a mood enhancer and definitely a seduction tool.
With the exception of lingerie and theater I'm interested in everything to do with clothes and perfumes: everything which is an extension of woman.
To make a perfume, take some rose water and wash your hands in it, then take a lavender flower and rub it with your palms, and you will achieve the desired effect
A fragrance is like a cat burglar in your brain, it has the key with which to pick the lock and unleash your memories.
Fragrance takes you on a journey of time. You can walk down the street and pass someone and get taken back 20 years. It's very Proustian that way.
You are never fully dressed without perfume!
The beauty of fragrance is that it speaks to your heart and hopefully someone else's.
I only used my whole life one perfume: and it's Cartier's Le Must.
When the olfactory alphabet, which made them so many words in a precious lexicon, is forgotten, perfumes will be left speechless, inarticulate, illegible.
I like fragrances that have some sweetness to them. All three I have developed have that as a common element.
Two things make the women unforgettable, their tears and their perfume
Beware the perfumed seneschal.
I wanted to only create a great perfume, not any perfume that would sell, but a great artistic one that the fans would not feel cheated by.
Of all fragrances, the sweetest is that of virtue.
Clothes, thank God I can get them from designers.
I don't really wear perfume. I use Victoria's Secret sometimes. They have this Coconut Passion spray. But fragrances can give me a bit of a headache.
Fragrance is a bit of a selfish gift because it's comforting when you're near someone and you recognize their smell.
No perfume. Because I want to know how you smell - right off the bat. Don't mask it up. I need to know how you smell because I need to know how we connect. A smell is a big thing. Pheromones. Don't cover that.
To create a perfume you have to be the servant of the unconscious. Each idea evolves and transforms, but there should be a surprise with each note.
The perfumer fakes nature by blending different types of materials to reproduce their scent.
My soul travels on the smell of perfume like the souls of other men on music.
Fragrance should never be worn like a thick scented choker, where the scent emanates from the neck in strong blasts like a foghorn! Rather, it should sparkle like twinkling stars, where small bursts disperse here and there, they elude us, pique our curiosity and make us want more.
My favourite scent ... changes every day. I have a cupboard full - so many I can't begin to tell you.
I think if I were a woman I'd wear coffee as a perfume.
The woman who loves always smells good.
For all fragrances I create, I ask each of my suppliers to deliver and provide the best raw materials. It is my personal quest for excellence and quality to create luxury perfumes ...
1. Deodorant CAN be perfume.
This was almost the title of this book. I carry travel-sized deodorants in my bags, because I'm self-conscious about how I smell and I'm forgetful when it comes to basic hygiene.
This is a great shame, but of course there have to be some things in life that not everybody can have, and great perfume is one of them.
I remember making my own fragrances when I was young.
In the depths of a man's being there was something that responded with a quack to such perfume. Quack!
The freshness of a smile and the fragrance of a perfume often define the personality of a woman.
Tea - that perfume that one drinks, that connecting hyphen ...
Nothing brings to life again a forgotten memory like a fragrance.
The scent of his own arousal
Zandy Brandy scented lotion - like the Normans, drunk and with soft hands!
This, Mrs Munroe, is the scent of intoxication and desire. The perfume of seduction.
A fragrant Perfume is Love's Living Breath Breathed upon my Soul, the Soul of the beloved, infusing into me the Life Divine.
Perfume follows you; it chases you and lingers behind you. It's a reference mark. Perfume makes silence talk.
Taste. You cannot buy such a rare and wonderful thing. You can't send away for it in a catalogue. And I'm afraid it's becoming obsolete.
A scent that disturbs me and delights me. It smells like ripe pears, vetiver, a bit of violet and something else- something spicy almost biting and exotic.
It's the same mysterious exotic oriental fragrance as what the Beatles get off on.
There are no women who do not like perfume, there are women who have not found their scent.
A woman without perfume is a woman without a future.
The best fragrance is the scent of water, the fragrance of dew and rain falling on plants. Water is the essential element, a source of life and energy. A perfume that, like a garment, moves to suit the woman, her skin. A perfume that embraces a woman.
I love Serge Lutens orange blossom perfume; my mom got it for me. It's my favorite. It just smells clean.
I like individual scents on a girl, so you always recognize her and you keep her separate from other people in your head. I really love Egyptian musk. I've even gone to the mall and sprayed perfumes and just smelled them. I'm creepy. So creepy.
Old Spice Body Spray will make you smell like power!
I like a fragrance that you notice and want to find out more about - get a bit closer. I don't want to walk in and be jolted awake by someone's smell.