An interesting short article on the evocative power of scent as it is discovered lingering on a piece of clothing.
Katie: That’s a nice little piece, although the thing about scent clinging to some fabrics and not others is not any real newslash to those of us who have an inordinate amount of handwash-only items to take care of 😉 September 5, 2005 at 2:27pm Reply
BoisdeJasmin: True–I just had to wash a sweater twice to remove traces of Opium from it. In this case, it was an accidental spill that resulted in these special measures! September 5, 2005 at 2:50pm Reply
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