I bought a book about vintage perfume (Scent and Subversion: Decoding a Century of Provocative Perfume by Barbara Herman) and it has the most amazing descriptions I’ve ever read.
Le Numéro Cinq (Le Parfum Connu) by Molyneux (1925)
Like Dana’s Tabu on a particularly drunk and amorous night, Le Numéro Cinq (“The Number Five”) smells like stewed fruit and rich flowers resting on a vanillic and ambery-spicy base kissed with orris. This is Chanel No. 5’s darker, more-complex cousin - the one who went to art school while Chanel No. 5 went to finishing school.
OMG OMG OMG OK OK OK OK HEEELLP
It’s over a month away, plenty of time to formulate a plan and/or scheme!
Omg omg omg OMG omg in EDMONTON???????
Yes!!!! WE HAVE TO GO!!! I saw him last year and he made fun of my sister and it was the best!