Scented Quote of the Day Archives

Scented Quote of the Day, from Arthur Minton:

Duke women 1946  Minton writes bout Gallicized perfume names in America as of 1946 (a method applied sometimes quite erratically if you read the rest of Minton's article, which is at times hilarious, especially when he gives long lists of...

Scented Quote of the Day, from Sean Combs:

Sean Combs tells us what's what: "I am going to challenge my female counterparts, from J.Lo, Mariah (Carey), Sarah Jessica Parker to Gwen Stefani that my fragrance is better than theirs. "I am a man, and I know how a...

Scented Quote of the Day, from Olivier Cresp:

 "20 or 30 years ago perfumers were unknown and journalists would not come to interview them. Today in our industry people know what we create and our names are in magazines, we can be part of TV programs, etc....

Scented Quote of the Day, from Pliny The Elder:

 "The perfume of iris, from Corinth, was long held in the highest esteem, till that of Cyzicus came into fashion. It was the same, too, with the perfume of roses, from Phaselis, the repute of which was afterwards eclipsed...

Scented Quote of the Day, from Mark Helprin:

  "At Moocock, an informal dinner awaited and a lively fire burned in cool air fresh with the scents of flowers. "It's very romantic" Fredericka said."I've never understood what it is," Freddy replied, "that moves women to think that a...