The Fragrant Air Around Us

https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/style/does-this-train-station-smell-like-grapefruit-how-the-air-around-us-suddenly-became-so-fragrant/2019/05/14/b70d429e-66d1-11e9-82ba-fcfeff232e8f_story.html?utm_term=.8c815e233b4b

5 Comments

  1. This is a fun read. I’m intrigued by the thought of longing being the basis of a passion for scent, I’ll have to meditate on that for a bit.

  2. Great article – but the comments are hysterical (when they aren’t full of hysteria) – one thread on there had me spitting lemonade all over my monitor! Thanks for sharing! xox

  3. Yes! Those comments! I feel like perfume becomes the easy target because it’s more noticeable, when 80% of the fragrance market goes toward scenting things that *aren’t* perfume, and often to make stuff smell “unscented” (which is not the same thing as fragrance-free). Their sensitivity is probably due to an environmental overload of white musks, not my Mitsouko.

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  5. Great article, dear! Thanks for sharing. Hope you are doing well. We are running around like chickens with our heads cut off with my teen’s hs graduation this week, and all the accompanying craziness, ha!

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