Tuesday, June 12, 2018

The epitome of jasmine: Jasmin T by Bruno Acampora

Happened some great changes in my lifestyle. Changed everything, even my taste for food and good perfume. It made me sell or give away some of my fragrances that I used to adore before. Separating from what marked memories is not easy but I'm quite satisfied with my new me. It opened new windows and shone on new horizons. Days ago at a friend's I tired perfumes of an Italian house of perfumery I have not tried before. Since I'm on new mood for exploring new things I welcomed it. The house is almost a shadow among other Italian names, and surprisingly, locates in Napoli, not Milano or Firenze. Its name is Bruno Acampora; charming enough to trigger one's curiosity to dig for it everywhere.

Sunday, June 10, 2018

Slowdive by Hiram Green: a fragrance review


I close my eyes and imagine a sunny day in June in an orange farm that donates heavenly smell of orange blossoms, fresh grass under my feet, bitter taste of chamomiles and buzz of honey bees, promising of a nearby bee hive. So intense, so true, and so clear like physical existence of a tangible object, Hiram Green's latest release, Slowdive, strongly triggers my imagination.

Thursday, June 7, 2018

Nudiflorum by Nasomatto: a fragrance review

Painting by Matthew Stone

About a couple of months ago, before Nasomatto even announce  for their newest launch, Nudiflorum, they began to post several plain images on Instagram that finally form a larger image picturing a fragrance in plain salmon pink color, that emerges sensation of something powdery, skin-obsessing, intimating and potentially erotic.