Revellers at a Tasmanian music festival were invited to cool off inside this wooden pavilion filled with Aesop products, designed by architecture studio Partners Hill.
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In a new classic brace, a molecular masterpiece and a molecular legend are paired for the first time. The essential elements of Monoscent G and Monoscent E: Galoxolide® Super (2007) and Timbersilk® (2012) by IFF, are the newest versions of Galaxolide (1965) and Iso E Super (1973), respectively. Both denatured alcohol solutions are entirely manufactured in the state-of-the-art IFF facility in the United States.
These fundamental aroma molecules are contemporary classics. Just as the iconic white t-shirt serves as the basis for a signature style, Monoscent® can be personalized, worn singly, or layered. A celebrity athlete turned entrepreneur remarks, “after my morning workout, my grooming routine is topped by two sprays of G over a half spray of E, and I’m ready for the day!”
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In a secret location near Marfa, Texas mysterious there is a small perfumery – a lab – where fascinating fragrances come to life. Guided by the talent of Mr. Kusubayashi, A Lab On Fire is a limited-production fragrance house built on collaborations with the brightest talents in the perfume industry. No one knows exactly how A Lab On Fire operates, or how Carlos Kusubayashi works.
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THE OLFACTIVE GESSO
To make a statement, all you need is a white T-shirt. To make an impression, all you need is Monoscent G. Unlike a perfume, Monoscent G can be worn on its own or as a base layer to other perfumes.
Monoscent G is the beginning of a signature style that only you control and craft. Wear it alone and let its subtle effect make people lean in. Wear it as a base to any perfume to deepen and layer it into a personalized perfume.
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There is nothing more mysterious and at the same time explicit than a perfume. On the one hand, its invisibility lays it open to secret and magical interpretations that try to lock its volatile nature up in a frozen image. On the other, its olfactory appeal plays on the sense most closely linked to our remembrance of the past, to ancestral memories that activate our synapses in a subjective but universal way, permitting very precise leaps in time. These impressions lie at the heart of the project called The Garden of Wonders, coordinated by Ferruccio Laviani for the foundation BE OPEN and presented at the Orto Botanico di Brera in Milan from April 13 to May 24.
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The world of fragrance can be Old World and clubby, so it didn’t appear much of a stretch when Chanel appointed Olivier Polge, right, to succeed his father, Jacques Polge, the house’s fragrance creator since 1978 and the man behind hits like Coco Mademoiselle, Chance and Allure.
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