Suzanna reflects on perfumes that stood the test of time for her. This is Suzanna’s last article for Bois de Jasmin. We’re sad to bid her goodbye, but the good news is that she is now focusing on her photography career. If you’ve flipped through her beautiful images on Flickr, you know why I wish her much luck and success with this new endeavor. I also wish everyone celebrating Thanksgiving a wonderful holiday. Bois de Jasmin will return on Monday, December 2nd, with its regular schedule.
Trends and fashions notwithstanding, there are fragrances that always have a place in my wardrobe. These are the bottles that are consistently replaced even as they haphazardly get shoved to the back of the cabinet. They may also be the oldest bottles in the collection and the ones with the most juice remaining. They are definitely the fragrances most often to be seized by sudden necessity—today is a Robert Piguet Fracas day and nothing else will do!
So, here is a peak inside my perfume cabinet. The perfumes mentioned below hit the right spot, year after year. They are stalwarts and sometimes standbys, but whatever their use they will always be a part of my fragrant life. Continue reading →