Francisco Henriques, and a bevy of peeping janes, in his bathroom / library, for Paco Rabanne Pure XS.
A spot for La Collection Boucheron.
"There’s a lightness to it,” Hemsworth told InStyle of the new scent. "There’s a versatility to it—where you can sort of wear it on multiple occasions. I don’t like anything too overpowering or sort of heavy, and this has a fresh, uplifting, summery kind of feel to it.”
— InStyle is impressed with Chris Hemsworth's command of basic adspeak. (He is talking about Boss Bottled Tonic; they suggest you "consider buying the ice blue glass bottle in bulk".) Read more at Chris Hemsworth Talking About Fragrance Is Freaking Poetry.
The spot for Prada Luna Rossa Carbon.
This accord I scribbled down, and when we got a second chance I showed it to our evaluation team and marketing and press team, they all said, “It’s bullshit, it’s not a perfume it’s an accord,” and I said, “So what? They’re not looking for a perfume if you ask me. I mean we had great fragrances but they said ‘no, it’s commercial’” so I convinced them to show him that, and when she came back she had like a banana [smile] on her face like “wow”.
— Perfumer Mark Buxton talks about developing Comme des Garcons Eau de Parfum (1994; the one that "works like a medicine and behaves like a drug"), and other things; read more at A Sensory Journey: Mark Buxton at Wonderland.