Thursday, June 23, 2016

Safeguarding her legacy: Bohea Bohème by Mona di Orio

My major is restoration and conservation in architecture which has always granted me specific vision to judge and safeguard physical or intangible assets. Few years ago a debate about a development in the incomplete tenth symphony of Ludwig Van and firm objections of orthodox musicophiles against the project was topic of our session. The argue happened around extending the legacy of an artist after his death and there were two main ideas: it is guilt because no one can deliver the exact feeling of the opus but the artists himself, or it is development in music. I opened the review with this intro to give the clue about possible vistas around Bohea Bohème.

Monday, June 13, 2016

Perfume is part of us even before we exist: Seminalis by Orto Parisi

"Scent has always provided a direct path to the soul", says Mandy Aftel. But what happened that scent and sense of smell has become foreigner part of human being? As mankind began to walk on feet, whoever he improved his sight, he drifted his nose apart from ground where he used to follow scent trails. He also lost his olfactory capabilities. Sense of smell, nevertheless, in species who participated less in evolution is still a pivotal characteristic in hunting, alarming for danger, regeneration, and miles away migrations.

Thursday, June 2, 2016

Bloody flowers of Persia: Fêtes Persanes by Parfums MDCI

To illustrate an olfactory journey through orient from lands of great empires and ancient civilizations where sun never set in their territories, the French house of Parfums MDCI has recently launched the third part of a trio dedicated to scented travel on Silk Road. Cécile Zarokian, who formerly delivered Cio Cio San and Les Indes Galantes for the collection, is responsible for Fêtes Persanes which takes place somewhere in ancient Persia.