I begin this post with sadness because a few months ago I actually wrote at great length about how I met the one and only Jo Malone who made a bespoke candle for me, only to lose the entire draft through some technical error. Thanks a lot, WordPress for bodging that up. I’d spent hours writing this article… As I pondered how to start again, I thought about how Jo Malone (MBE by the way) sold her namesake company to Estée Lauder in 1999 and remained Creative Director before parting ways with the fragrance empire in 2006 she’d founded from her kitchen in 1994.
It must said Avon does fragrances very well. Their collaboration with Herve Leger on the scent Femme is my favourite and their Little Black Dress perfume is apparently very similar to Dior’s Pure Poison (according to my friend who loves both fragrances in equal measures.) With this in mind, I had nothing but high hopes for Attraction*, Avon’s latest fragrance both for him and for her. Intended to stimulate the senses and ignite desire (crumbs!) the two fragrances are designed to intertwine, not just with the scent but the way the bottles stack up together. Just to be double-sure the campaign
London Fashion Week is here again with the who’s who and who the hell descending upon the capital. To coincide with the fashionable occasion, BOSS fragrances has created no less than three stylish new three fragrances for BOSS WOMAN, bringing fashion and fragrance together in harmony. The Runway Edition* trilogy of eau de parfums each features a fashion sketch – the day dress, the tuxedo and the evening gown emblazoned on sleek and slim bottles, inspired by BOSS Womenswear Artistic Director Jason Wu’s debut collection. Essentially you have a wardrobe of perfumery to take you from day to night. BOSS