Tag Archives: Edmond Roudnitska

Sunlit Water: Review – Dior Eau Fraiche

By Tara From the very first moment I spray Eau Fraiche I recognise it as an Edmond Roudnitska composition. Many cite Eau Sauvage (1967) as the forerunner to Diorella (1972), however Roudnitska stated that its antecedent was actually Eau Fraiche … Continue reading

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People In Perfumeland – Dawn Spencer Hurwitz of DSH Perfumes

Dawn Spencer Hurwitz is as much known in Perfumeland for her broad collection of beautiful creations as she is for her warm personality. Based in Boulder, Colorado, she is a prolific creator. Her numerous scents are have found fans all … Continue reading

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Borrowed Treasure – Review: Editions de Parfums Frederic Malle Le Parfum De Thérèse

Le Parfum de Thérèse is a perfume with a history. A romantic history. Therefore I was always drawn to this perfume, but it never really clicked for me until recently. Strangely it took another creation of the master to push … Continue reading

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Then And Now – Review: Dior Diorella

By Tara Before I discovered Diorella a number of years ago, summery perfumes never seemed to quite hit the spot. Traditional colognes, fruity perfume cocktails and summer florals were too simplistic and bland.  They just didn’t feel like “me”. Then I found … Continue reading

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