A spot for Annick Goutal Bois d'Hadrien.
Graphite pencils scented with Annick Goutal Chat Perché: "Caran d’Ache with its “swiss made” label is well known for designing high quality pencils, using californian cedar wood while staying committed to sustainable development. Today Goutal and Caran d’Ache are gathering their respective know-how, to come up with high-end graphite pencils, scented with our latest creation: Chat Perché." Limited edition, €25 for a box of 4.
From Annick Goutal's new collection of alcohol-free body sprays, Eau d'Hadrien: "A scented water that perfumes & refreshes! Lighter than an eau de parfum & eau de toilette, alcohol-free waters with vivid notes (Eau D'Hadrien) seduce thanks to their lightness going along with a long lasting trail." 100 ml for $100 at Saks Fifth Avenue.
It’s been a very odd spring in my little corner of Pennsylvania: first way too cold, then way too hot, and only just recently approaching the happy sort of spring temperatures I look forward to all winter. That’s probably made it a little easier to think about which vanilla perfumes might work best for the gamut of spring weather (I’ve already covered fall and winter). As always, do chime in with your own picks in the comments!
Aedes de Venustas Cierge de Lune: With a creamy powder finish and a hint of warm amber, Cierge de Lune is probably best suited to the cooler days of spring…