One of the most stunning perfume creations ever
For those of us who collect things, there’s often a relentless focus on the new, whether it’s new to the market or new to our own collection. I have a good-sized collection of cologne bottles—modest by the standards of some fragrance bloggers—but I have even more of those tiny cologne sample vials. Given a handful of samples from a brand, I might pick a couple favorites and shelve the others, intending to revisit them when my enthusiasm for the standouts wanes. But in the quest for the new, I seldom delve into the archives.
This is the case with Eau d’Italie. It’s a favorite line, one I’ve written about morethanonce. As brands go, I’ve mined Eau d’Italie pretty thoroughly. I wear Bois d’Ombrie often (it’s a near perfect leather fragrance) and I was wearing it when I stopped by the Lafco booth at the Capsule trade show…
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