A Perfume For (Nearly) Every Day Of The Week
Millery Harris launches the Perfumer's Library
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Just like a regular library, the Perfumer's Library lets you take out a different scent whenever you like. A series of five scents, the idea is to "build up a wardrobe of fragrances, rather than being restricted to purely one." But unlike a regular library, there are no overdue fees. Just five delicious fragrances culled from Harris' favorite past concoctions.
There's Verger, scented with apple trees and crisp leaves and bark; Le Jasmin, which evokes "an exotic garden in Morocco, late October just before the sun was falling; Tuberosa, scented with the tuberose flower; Veti Vert, which has a "masculine French chic" scent; and La Feuille, which Harris says she created to commemorate "the ivy that intertwines around the woods that filled my childhood."
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Sounds pretty good to us. The collection launches October 24. [Telegraph]