Scents with a past: how one woman draws on love and loss to make beautiful perfume
Ground up old ladies.
“Summer was a lady who didn’t give up her spotlight easily.” – Sarah Addison Allen
Sounds like it is named after a pound-shop romance novel…
Can big white florals justify this hefty price tag?
Parisian flower stall, or fish stand on Borough market?
If a (rich) bee wore perfume, she would definitely pick this.
An interesting take on familiar ingredients: citrus meets green tea.
Effervescent inflorescence or pedestrian petals?
Honey, fruity, floral but staying the right side of sickly. An easy way to wear a very cool line.
Sunny, summery but unisex. Great for a miserable Spring day!
Sophisticated and soft fruity notes but don’t expect this ‘burst of summer’ scent to hang around.