I believe this is how Light Blue defines its femininity, foregoing the traditional demure and gentile persona most perfumes adopt in favour of something self-assured. It gives its wearer an air of control, conveying that they have agency over their sexuality and wield it with great skill. Yes, Light Blue is very seductive.
“Timeless” aptly describes Coco Mademoiselle. It’s definitely sophisticated, but eschews the pomp and haughtiness common among older perfumes or, in this case, those designed by perfumers with storied portfolios.
Good does not stand out in this world. Good does not leave a lasting memory that will nucleate and create its own atmosphere that you never want to leave. Good does not leave you a legacy. GREAT does. STELLAR does. MAGNIFICENT does. CLASSIC does. TIMELESS does. None of these words feel right when describing The Golden Secret, only good.
No sooner had our English teacher stepped into the room than her face moved from its default semi-scowl to a complete frown, replete with furrowed brows and a telling look of anger. After threatening to call the school’s dean of discipline, she methodically searched each boy, school bag and desk. So herbal was the scent in the room that she presumed some among our number were smoking marijuana. However, she found no evidence of the drug. What she did find, however, was five bottles of Grey Flannel.
As I sit, inhaling Cold from both my skin and test strips, it becomes apparent that this will be one of the more difficult reviews to conduct. The design house is relatively unknown in the western hemisphere, the bottle literally draws inspiration from a faucet and the notes read like the ingredients of the best cake you’ve never had.