For all of our loyal readers over the past several years, I want to relate a difficult decision I’ve made involving Scentrist.com.
For a Scentrist Year-End message, I decided that something different was in order. So this won’t be a Scentrist Best of List or Fragrance Year in Review.
Our recent piece on Bond No 9′s Perfumista Avenue was viewed by some as negative toward the house. But does examining the facts prove otherwise?
Op-Ed: A word about Fragrance Gift Sets: Don’t. Please. It’s that time of the year again: Holiday shopping, the pressure of getting that gift for […]
As a writer and consumer, I now question adding any new Oud scent to my collection unless the experience is different, striking, artistic and imaginative.
New York needs a home for men’s niche fragrances, but Min New York’s execution as a SoHo Man Cave appears to have fallen flat.
Elements Showcase provided clarity for Fragrance Blog or e-Zine writers, but also a glimpse into the critical mass of the niche fragrance sector.
Few fragrance subjects carry as much intrigue as the comparison of Bond No 9 scents to other similar fragrances. Here’s a glimpse into why.
The Scentrist blog began almost two years ago with an eye toward a reader who wants insightful information and perspective. People might not ‘get it’.