A quick spot for the 2018 Eau Fraîche editions of Jean Paul Gaultier Le Mâle and Classique, decorated by Swedish graffiti artist André Saraiva.
The researchers discovered that olfactory enrichment worked. Dogs often are stressed when they are held in rescue shelters, and they discovered that vanilla, valerian, coconut, and ginger reduced activity and vocalizations (barking and whining) and coconut and ginger increased sleep. Dr. Todd notes that these odors have been found to be beneficial for wombats, sea-lions, Javan gibbons, cats, and rats.
— Read more at Dogs' Noses in the News: Scents Reduce Stress in Shelters at Psychology Today.
The spot for Dolce & Gabbana Velvet Incenso.
But the notion that female perfumers are less legitimate than their male counterparts still persists — though perhaps in subtler, more nuanced ways. “I think it’s unconscious, but I definitely encounter it,” says Mathilde Laurent, the olfactory trailblazer and in-house perfumer at Cartier. It’s possible, she says, that male perfumers continue to exude a certain “seductive” mystique, while women are viewed as consumers of fragrance rather than creators. This mentality can sometimes leave one feeling invisible.
— Read more at Women in Fragrance Are Finally Getting the Recognition They Deserve at Allure.
At the beach, for Acqua di Parma Chinotto di Liguria.