As a bright-eyed fashion intern in the early 2000s, I remember thinking La Perla was the absolute height of luxury and sophistication. I was obsessed with the delicate, intricate garments.
Thirteen days after what would have been her 134th birthday, Coco Chanel’s house has paid tribute to her in the most fitting way.
With the slightest hint of spring in the air, Giorgio Armani launches Sky di Gioia.
My posts about Elizabeth Arden’s Green Tea range are beginning to sound a lot like my Chanel ones – each launch is my new favourite and impossibly more exciting than the last.
Florals aren’t just for spring (enter Devil Wears Prada meme here). In fact, I think they are more at home in cooler weather.
Looking for a sparkling citrus scent that will hold its own in the cooler weather?
In a capitalist world leaning towards Marie Kondo and Hygge, it’s pretty obvious that simplicity is where we’re headed.
Every year Armani Beauty launcheds a collector’s edition bottle of Sì Rose Signature.
I’ve never been one for those trite sayings often found on Pinterest, but one caught my eye last week that I thought fitting for today’s post, on International Women’s Day.
I’ve always had a love for men’s fragrances. And not only on men, on myself.
Better late than never, right? Here are my faves from the last year.
It will hardly be news to you that the pint sized pop princess has launched another fragrance, Private Show. (This will be her 20th).