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terça-feira, 30 de dezembro de 2014

Ma DaMe - O melhor do Estilista Jean Paul Gaultier

Jean Paul Gaultier tem suas facetas no mundo fashion e seus clássicos no reino dos perfumes. As legiões de fãs de Classique e Le male ganham adeptos a cada ano. Um pouco escondido entre esses dois sucessos temos uma preciosidade que tem tudo a ver com o Brasil: Ma Dame foi lançado em 2008 em clima de euforia, envolvendo uma proposta para a nova mulher da primeira década do milênio. Uma mistura do romântico com o extravagante, o simples com o sintético, algo que ao mesmo tempo juntava o Vintage ao contemporâneo. Tinha um precursor de peso, o já amado pelas socialites Simply da Clinique(2004), que tinha a mesma proposta e sobre o qual especula-se que o insuperável perfumista  Francis Kurkdjian se baseou.


O perfume não foi a festa que se esperava. Classificado pelos palpiteiros  de plantão como: "sem graça" ,"comum" e rebelde, fez ecoar na blogosfera um "nãooooo" que ele não merecia. Os especialistas, que já conheciam a irreverencia de JPG, classificaram o bom gosto da fragrância como louvável e deram um lugar ao sol à mesma pela Europa e America do Norte.

Ma Dame Jean Paul Gaultier Feminino
A versão eau de toilette tem uma saída leve de laranja e uma evolução marcante com rosas frescas e granadine, dessa bebida foram retiradas o adocicado da baunilha e das frutas vermelhas, e o poderoso aroma de romã.A festa continua com um almiscar sedutor e notas de fundo amadeiradas bem adocicadas.

A primeira vista algo  muito jovem para o nome  mas basta alguns minutos de sua evolução para entender  que  Kurkdjian deu um novo sentido ao contexto da mulher moderna e elegante. Madame sim! Velha? Nunca!
Uma versão Eau Fraiche também assinada por Kurkdjian abriu 2009 e foi sucesso de vendas. Bem mais frutada que a original, ganhou logo o gosto das garotas e já nesse ano Ma Dame tornaria-se simbolo de rebeldia e de moda irreverente,combinando com a coleção 2009 do estilista
Ma Dame Eau Fraiche Jean Paul Gaultier Feminino
Ma Dame Rose`n Roll de Jean Paul Gaultier  foi lançado para festejar o show de despojamento que Gaultier prometia para aquele ano, no lugar do granadine veio a romã, que deixou a fragrancia um pouco mais séria porém nem um pouco diferente da proposta original. Como já prometia, o estilista casava suas obras de arte.
Ma Dame Rose`n Roll Jean Paul Gaultier Feminino



A versão parfum veio em 2010, na form de um chipre floral mais comportado onde pimenta rosa e patchuli disputam espaço com as rosas e o almíscar. Bem mais amadeirada e séria, a fragrância foi bem recebida e ganhou um espaço além da proposta original. A verdade é que essa foi a versão feita para os do contra.


Nas passarela JPG se mostrou icônico e exibiu sua MA DAME bem ao estilo eau de parfum:
Dita Von Teese e o estilista Jean Paul Gaultier
Dita Von Teese seria o novo busto de Classique e a inspiração para as duas novas fragrancias: Parfum e  Eau Fraiche Ma Dame Summer 2010 
Eau Fraiche Ma Dame Summer 2010 Jean Paul Gaultier Feminino
Eau Fraiche Ma Dame Summer 2010 perde as notas de rosa e torna-se um frutal abaunilhado, sem almiscar ou madeira, uma entrada citrica predominante faz da fragrância uma verdadeira água de colonia para o verão.


2011 marca o retorno do clássico em uma edição especial maravilhosa.  Ma Dame It Spray de Jean Paul Gaultier vinha com um bracelete exclusivo de JPG e foi comemorado no desfile daquele ano. A composição era a mesma da original e o perfumista ,agora ainda mais premiado, Kurkdjia.

Ma Dame It Spray Jean Paul Gaultier Feminino

O bracelete foi exibido no desfile Paris Haute Couture Verão 2011. Gaultier superou Gautier e deu um show de inspiração ontem no dia 26/01/2011 em Paris. Os únicos sons que eram ouvidos na passarela de Gaultier virou coisa de teatro, era o clip clop de salto alto na passarela de PVC, e a calma voz estudada do locutor, que apresentava os produções, numeras sequencialmente, com uma descrição detalhada da silhueta e materiais utilizados, em francês, e depois em Inglês.
A apresentação foi majestosa em total contraste com a alegria selvagem da inspiração de Gaultier: o movimento punk-rock Inglês, e do can-can Francês, introduzido em Paris em meados do século 19. Cada criação foi nomeada, nomes como “The Clash”, “Belle Epoque”, “Anarchy in the UK”, “La Goulue” (uma referência ao Toulouse-Lautrec) e “Moulin Rouge”.

Em 2015 estão previstas novas adições às linhas de Perfumes de Gaultier. Uma das propostas é o novo Ma DaMe , inspirado na coleção 2015 do estilista. Para quem assistiu ao desfile e quem conhece o bom gosto de JPG, vai ser um ano de mais delicias na perfumaria. Afinal, JPG se despediu do PRÊT-À-PORTER COM CONCURSO DE MISS.Pouco antes da semana de moda de Paris começar, Jean Paul Gaultier anunciou que iria descontinuar sua linha de prêt-à-porter, para concentrar atenções e recursos na alta-costura e perfumes. Seu desfile nesta atual temporada, então, seria seu último.





Giorgio Armani Sì Eau de Toilette


por:
 Sanja Pekic

Armani lança uma nova versão da fragrância  de 2013, Sì Eau de Toilette que chega em Fevereiro de 2015. Desta vez precedida pelas versões Sì Intense e Sì White de 2014. Sì Eau de Toilette é uma interpretação floral e mais leve do original. O aroma é romântico, fresco, jovem e mais energético. Diz-nos para dizer "sim" à simplicidade, à alegria de viver, aos sonhos e à independência.
 


A composição é um chypre - floral, baseada em contrastes. O perfume combina notas frescas de "Neo Jungle Essence", groselha, pêra verde, bergamota italiana, tangerina e óleo de neroll com o coração floral de frésia e rosa de Maio. Um toque de almíscar, madeira de âmbar, baunilha e patchouli termina esta composição.

 
Notas de topo: groselha, pêra verde, bergamota, tangerina, neroli
Coração: frésia, rosa de Maio
Base: patchouli, madeira de âmbar, baunilha, almíscar

 


O rosto do perfume é a atriz Cate Blanchett. A fragrância está disponível em 30, 50 e 100 ml Eau de Toilette num frasco nude - rosa.

Cuir de Russie: The Smell of War or Peace?

by: Serguey Borisov

Cuir de Russie perfumes never fail to make me happy and sad. My happiness comes from the fact that my Motherland is marked on the perfume world map. My chagrin is brought by the many misconceptions and military connotations associated with this perfume group. And now, having decided to write about a rare, almost forgotten, and therefore “non-existent" perfume, Guerlain Cuir de Russie, I remember all these delusions again.
Anyone who writes about the Cuir de Russie vintages cannot travel back in time to the 19th century to soak up the atmosphere, discuss perfumes and their names with the perfumers, ask the people of Russia and European countries what they think of Russian leather, etc.. All of us write based on a limited number of sources. Corporate PR and perfumers' biographies provide only one-sided information, as Chanel PR would never write about Guerlain and Jean Patou, and vice versa. And the Internet, since it was not invented yet, brings so little from the 19th century.

Probably, the linking of Cuir de Russie with the smell of Cossack boots in Paris in 1814 was created by some pseudo-historians of pseudo-patriotic (for Russians) and militaristic (for Europeans) legend. And it rooted so quickly, as every simplistic theory does. The simpler an idea is, the faster it will be rooted. They say Parisians learned the scent of Cuir de Russie by sniffing Russian military boots. It's the most popular idea, and I myself followed it for some time. Not now. To understand, it's necessary to step aside from politics and newspapers and we'll find other explanations.
The history of leather is the story of its manufacturing from hide: removing the fur and meat, working, tanning, coloring and perfuming. Each country makes leather in its own way: Turkish, German, Spanish, Hungarian ... Leather manufacturing was a terribly smelly process for a long time (soaking and especially liming in chicken manure), and finished leather also had an unpleasant odor. To the satisfaction of noble gentlemen, leather masters created a final preparation for leather: the leather were impregnated by fragrant oils and tinctures. Thus, Peau d'Espagne was perfumed with rose water, ambergris, camphor, cedarwood oil and musk; Italian leather smelled of sweet almond, orris, musk, ambergris and civet. The perfumers of France have been linked with leather perfuming—perfumers were also masters of glove manufacturing (the titleMaitres Parfumeurs et Gantiers was first granted in 1614), and Grasse became the center of the craft in the 17th century. The perfumers of Grasse used ambergris, civet, musk and rosemary.
Russian leather (Russian yuft, Cuir de Russie, Russisch Leder) had the smell of birch tar (historically, fast birch tar impregnation had replaced the long process of rawhide fuming, which was one of the traditional ways to preserve rawhide known to the Slavs, Evenks, Mongolians, Indians, and most tribes), but European traders were buying Russian yuft well, despite the smell.
In the reign of Alexei Mikhailovich (1645-1676) red yuft from Kazan was one of the six export items in the monopoly of the royal treasury, together with gold, furs and Chinese tea. In the 16th-17th centuries, foreign demand for Cuir de Russie was so great that Russia did not have enough supply for it, and merchants bought skins and rawhides from Malorossia and Livonia for processing in Russia. At the time of Peter the Great (1718), yuft was starting to be treated by a mixture of birch tar and sea animal fat, for the sake of greater water resistance, and the demand for it grew even more, despite the British patented forgeries. (There's also great reading about the history and methods of birch tar production—its underground process was so far from hygienic and has nothing of a laboratory pyrolysis reaction in metal cans).


  Tanneries in Marrakesh (wikipedia)
Therefore, the Parisians were not introduced to Cuir de Russie by Cossacks in 1814 year—Europeans knew Russian leather and its special fatty smell of birch tar quite well, about 150 years before the Napoleonic Wars. Europeans used waterproof Cuir de Russie for military footwear, but also for peaceful handbags and cigarette cases, for travel coffrets and suitcases, and various furniture. In Britain, Russian leather was widely used for book covers, especially law books and Bibles. So I would argue with the Cossack military shoe interpretation of Cuir de Russie.
I'd suggest that Cuir de Russie was a symbol of the educational spirit, as it was bound with the most peaceful books or the desire for new knowledge and impressions in the form of travelers' luggage. (The other two versions about the shoes of Ballets Russes dancers and the leather boots of Russian nobility started in the 20th century, and therefore can explain only some of the gain in popularity of Cuir de Russie perfumes in Europe.)
Who created the first fragrance of Cuir de Russie? 
It was not Ernest Beaux, with the leather-iris-aldehyde fragrance Chanel Cuir de Russie (1924). One of the pillars of the genre, the most famous Russian leather scent is well-known because its production has never stopped since 1924.
Cuir de Russie perfumes were produced by many historical houses: Volnay, Julien-Joseph Godet, Lubin, Guerlain, Houbigant, Coudray, Rigaud, Violet, Robert Bienaime, Bertelli, Agnel, E. Coudray, L.T. Piver, J.Floris, Molinard, Mury, Roger & Gallet et al.—and we can observe the popularity of Cuir de Russie upon Russian emigration (not after the victory of the Russian army in the Napoleonic wars!). It seems to me, perfumers found a Cuir de Russie theme potentially good-selling for the Russian market first, along with frankincense, myrrh and other Orthodox incenses—and after the revolution, for immigrants and sympathizers.
Some web sources claims that Cuir de Russie perfumes were created already in the 19th century. Along with Guerlain, it was also produced by Eugene Rimmel, Georges Delettrez and The Crown Perfumery. Perhaps there were others. Consequently, Aimé Guerlain was one of the few. I am not sure that he was the very first. I've seen three different years of Guerlain Cuir de Russie creation—1872, 1875 and 1890—without justification. There's no real evidence, in the form of archival records with dates of the launch, advertising pages of 19th-century catalogs, accounts and orders of sale, and named bottles with the perfume remnants—which is strange, because Guerlain's history can be traced back to its foundation through archives, as opposed to 206 other French perfumers-entrepreneurs (from the 1850 census), few of which left any memory. And there were English, Italian and German brands. To accurately name the oldest Cuir de Russie perfume, historians will have to work in libraries and perfume house archives. But today it's possible to rewrite history, as anything that cannot be found on the Internet never existed!
In the 19th century the smell of Russian leather was not decent enough to become a common perfume: the decent perfumes for the bourgeoisie were light citrus and lavender colognes, ylang-ylang and rose waters, and, starting from the 1960s, violet perfume. In mid-century, during a visit to Paris, the Queen of England was destroyed in the press for the fragrance, which “has too much musk.” Quote from the novel Nanaby Emile Zola (1880): "Toutes les boutiques lui étaient connues, il en retrouvait les odeurs, dans l'air chargé de gaz, des senteurs rudes de cuir de Russie, des parfums de vanille montant du sous- sol d'un chocolatier, des haleines de musc soufflées par les portes ouvertes des parfumeurs" ["He knew all the shops, and in the gas-laden air he recognized their different scents, such, for instance, as the strong savor of Russia leather, the perfume of vanilla emanating from a chocolate dealer's basement, the savor of musk blown in whiffs from the open doors of the perfumers"] can confirm that the Russian leather smell was not pleasant in those years. Therefore, whoever was the first perfumer to issue such a perfume was truly experimental and a brave man.
It is really possible that it was just Aimé Guerlain. First of all, the house of Guerlain already had a relationship with the Imperial Court of Russia. Pierre-François Pascal Guerlain created several colognes for the Great Princes and Princesses by the time. To continue the tradition, his son Aimé created Moskovskaya Slava and Parfum Imperial Russe for the coronation of Alexander III. Therefore Cuir de Russie appears in the range of Guerlain logically. (It should be noted that Georges Delettrez also released a series of “Russian” fragrances in the 19th century: Imperial Russe, Eau de Cologne Russe, Aux Violettes Russes, Aux Violettes Blanche de Sibérie and Cuir de Russie. However, the house was closed in 1955 and I don't know about any Delettrez archives or public relations.)
Let's stop mumbling about the background. Here it is in front of me—the Carre flacon, that traveled from the French town of Anglet. A pharmacy bottle labeled Cuir de Russie in the middle of a crowned shield decorated with ribbons, inscribed "Guerlain Parfumeur Brevete, 68 Champs-Elysees Paris." A blue cardboard box with diagonal ornamentation, a light silvery ribbon with the inscription "Guerlain," a rectangular label—the cardboard with no sign of luxury. No volume markings.
Is it possible to determine the age of this fragrance? Judging by the address of the boutique (68 Champs-Élysées Paris), the perfume was produced after 1914.
Monsieurguerlain's blog affirms that Cuir de Russie was not bottled in Carre flacons after 1935, as the reformulation by Jacques Guerlain was poured into Quadrilobe flacons. Michele Atlas and Alain Monniot claims in their book that Guerlain used Carre bottles from 1872 to 1950. The bottle with a height of 9.5 cm was used from 1914 to 1939. It turns out that my "precioussss" bottle was produced between 1914 and 1935, in the interwar period (thanks to Catherine Khmelevskaya for the invaluable help and discussion!). Thus, it is definitely not the perfume that recently was restored from the formula archives by in-house perfumer Thierry Wasser along with assistant Frederic Sacone, among with other patrimonial perfumes represented in the flagship boutique on the Champs-Élysées.
The perfume is somewhat damaged, but not destroyed. It does not seem unpleasant for a single second. The damaged initial notes disappear from my warm wrist after a couple of minutes but could be smelled from a blotter. Dry brittle aromatic herbs and flowers like lavender, thyme and rosemary are discernible in flying shatters at the perfume's start. Their bitterness is balanced by the balsamic benzoin sweetness. The citrus notes have almost completely disappeared, if they were not replaced by lavender.
After five to ten minutes Cuir de Russie recalls fumed rawhide, the soft scraped skin, smoked to a light brown color but not soaked in birch tar. Resinous notes of cistus and styrax, smooth and transparent, appear cautiously, and if smoked birch tar is present, it's in a very minor quantity. The animalic character is complemented by a very natural soft musk and warm civet. Some orthodox smell of styrax and benzoin is added to the leathery facet. Later, beneath the resins are found bitter woody chords: notes of oakmoss and vetiver, with smooth warm balsamic notes and possibly orris—smells like a lacquered table, partly covered with leather. It already has the severe drydown of Mitsouko, without its feminine caress of peach lactone, jasmine and roses.
In the last gasps the perfume gives slightly sweet warmth, but not that of flowers. Instead it's the warm, undyed underside of a leather belt, just taken off the body, and a thin benzoin sweetness reminiscent of Soviet sugar dragée.
The Guerlain smell is not similar to its iris-aldehyde pale namesake from Chanel. It's primal compared to it, like a fumed rawhide parfleche compared to an Hermès Kelly bag made of vintage Cuir de Russie.

Guerlain Cuir de Russie is a totally dry, smooth and slightly raspy perfume in the spirit of natural perfumery made without flower oils and absolutes. Its thin, translucent amber with a slightly smoked facet is the exemplar of another century's perfume, different from all the modern leathers and ambers. To try it is like reading a book written in Old English: each individual letter is clear, but they are aligned into strange words. Some letters have faded, others disappeared; every word is difficult to understand, as the general meaning is blurring. But some ages knew no other languages!
As with almost all ancient perfumes, Guerlain Cuir de Russie lasts much longer and is more luxurious smelled from blotters, cardboards, hair or handkerchief, in that case pausing at each stage and allowing itself for scrutiny, whereas on warm skin the perfume quickly flies to the styrax, oakmoss and benzoin accord. (At the time, it was obvious that perfumes are beautiful on fabric—Mouchoir de Monsieur was born for a reason). On a paper, Guerlain Cuir de Russie behaves itself like a leather perfume, but on the skin it smells more like a light amber perfume. Probably Aimé Guerlain came to the idea of Cuir de Russie as a possible development of the theme of warm amber-incense colognes, which he had created before for the royal Russian clients.
I happened to read the claims that the Cuir de Russie idea appeared because the Cossacks scoured the dirt from their black boots after long rides with white birch bark, or that Cuir de Russie as a scentscape was randomly born when a Cossack, galloping across the endless Russian steppe, came up with the idea of rubbing his leather boots with birch bark in order to waterproof them. Now I have some arguments for the people who have never seen Russian mud, birches and steppes: where did Cuir de Russie appear first—boots or books?
Top notes: Lavender, Rosemary, Thyme
Heart notes: Orris, Styrax, Labdanum, Benzoin, Birchtar,
Base notes: Amber, Musk, Civet, Vetiver, Oakmoss, Balsamic notes

Giorgio Armani Sì Eau de Toilette

by: Sanja Pekic

Armani launches a new version of the  fragrance from 2013, Sì Eau de Toilette that comes out in February 2015. This was preceded by editions Sì Intense and Sì White from 2014. Sì Eau de Toilette is a floral, lighter interpretation of the original. The scent is romantic, fresh, youthful and more energetic. It tells you to say "yes" to simplicity, joy of life, dreams and independence.


The composition is a chypre-floral, based on contrasts. The scent combines fresh notes of "Neo Jungle Essence," black currant, green pear, Italian bergamot, mandarin and neroli oil with the floral heart of freesia and May rose. A touch of musk, amber wood, vanilla and patchouli end this composition.

Top notes: black currant, green pear, bergamot, mandarin, neroli
Heart: freesia, May rose
Base: patchouli, amber wood, vanilla, musk



The face of the perfume is actress Cate Blanchett. The fragrance is available as 30, 50 and 100 ml Eau de Toilette in a nude-pink bottle.

Perfumed Horoscope December 29 - January 4


by:
 Hieronimuss

The coming year will continue with the strong flowery note and the background of greenery, but the second part will be more a blend of fruits and herbs. 2015 will also be a big four-step tango. First we’ll do a little split (Uranus square Pluto - January to March), then we come very close and swirl together passionately (Grand earth trine -April to June). Then we will think about how to be better (Venus retrograde - July to September) and finally we either feel totally fulfilled or totally in a need of newness (Cardinal cross - October until December). This week we are looking at some launches planned for 2015. Best Wishes in 2015 and may the Law of Attraction bring you as much fulfillment as you can take!
 
 
 
Aries
Until your birthday there won't be much on the surface to write home about. Then in April the acceleration of events will be tremendous, even for you. The second part of the year will be entirely different, serious, and committed to work projects. Plan spring and summer for as much fun as possible, including the wildest creative projects. They can all come true by the end of the year. From the perfumes launches in 2015 you should watch out for Penhaligon's Ostara.
 
 
 
Taurus
Much of the past year’s pressure will disperse this year. It's time to build on what was created under this past tensions. You will continue to dig like a mole until the summer, but then you will need to slow down and shake off all that dirt, along with whatever else that you won't need anymore. You will re-learn to feel very comfortable about your progress with just a reasonable amount of obstacles. From the perfumes launches in 2015 you should watch out for Ys Uzac Sacre du Printemps.
 
 
Gemini
This year will bring a closure to a four-year growth cycle. It started by just feeling well and renewed, it continued by making money and positioning yourself, and now you will aim for a new living environment. With all your recent efforts you feel you should be much more comfortable in a bigger place. Maybe even a new location. From the perfumes launches in 2015 you should watch out for Kanye West's debut fragrance from Parlux.

Cancer
You probably did not get the time to rest the entire past year. Your focus this year should be on experiencing physical comfort. What you need and what you want are so very often overlapping for you. 2015 will be a good time to get what you want, and what you need will follow. You like to take care of everyone else but yourself. This year is all about you. From the perfumes launches in 2015 you should watch out for Issey Miyake L'Eau d'Issey City Blossom.
 
 
Leo
Possibly you have heard something along the lines of “This is your Year!” It is the year of expansion which in itself is neither good nor bad. It’s what you make of it. We know many lottery winners who were ruined by what seemed like the happiest event in their life. So think what needs to expend and it will happen. For once this is a good year to become a parent and expand your family, for example. Creativity will definitely put a positive twist on your expansion. From the perfumes launches in 2015 you should watch out for Castelbajac.
 
 
Virgo
Your life has been pretty good in recent years beside occasional glitches, so I hope that you are ready for few challenges that 2015 can bring to you. The challenges can easily revolve around your parents and your background. You may think this is separate from the real “problems,” but we are talking the very foundation of your life which will need an infusion of healed past in order to turn this year into a preparation for the year after this year, which will make your modest self feel “I am the king of the world.” From the perfumes launches in 2015 you should watch out for the Tadashi Shoji debut.
 
 
Libra
At the beginning of the year you may take a tiny break from your many social engagements, and try to make space for more “core experiences.” This is the best way to alleviate the tensions during this part of the year. After April your plans are back in working order, and from there until summer time will fly with light speed. That's good, because in these second part of the year the time will eventually slow down, teaching you the lesson of how to become the master of time and start manipulating it according to your needs and beliefs. Yes, time to acquire some wizardry! From the perfumes launches in 2015 you should watch out for Zac Posen's debut fragrance.
 
 
 
Scorpio
Now that you met your teacher (Saturn) over the past few years, you have learned to master the restrictions and limitations. It's time to turn the page and get the feel for what you can do with the freshly found power. The plan for inevitable success this year is: incorporate even more of the innovative technological ideas, stay firmly grounded until September, and then relax until the end of the year with some fresh ideas for the future. See this as a transitional year. From the perfumes launches in 2015 you should watch out for the Monique Lhuillier debut scent.
 
 
Sagittarius
Hopefully you didn't get scared by the talk about Saturn the grim reaper and whatnot in your sign. It's not even close to an alarming situation. You ache for some real substantial power and impact on the world, and the Teacher came to show you the best way to accomplish that. The second part of the year will already see you in a professional position which will suit you much better; only this time you will become the alpha and omega of what it means to run the show responsibly. From the perfumes launches in 2015 you should watch out for the Maxim magazine debut fragrance.
 
 
Capricorn
See yourself as the Prometheus who is ready to break free, because he finally got the grasp on what it takes not do be surrounded by stuck souls. It's the year when your circle of trust will become firmer and fully ripe. You will graduate from the school of carrying the relationship on your shoulders to the place where you have accumulated so much solid knowledge, that a new direction to your life will become a matter of time. You should feel in harmony with your decisions. From the perfumes launches in 2015 you should watch out for Roberto Cavalli’s Paradiso
 
 
Aquarius
If you felt too much pressure to achieve some form of success and if you felt it made you too strung out, it is time to slow down the pace and give it a reality check. From your five possible plans, start focusing only on two that are certain to work. The partnership will undergo a little re-evaluation until the spring, but then summer will have written Love all over it. Maybe it's finally time for you to organize a little get together and tie the knots. From September on, you will accept a little crash-course on how to be responsible and stay responsible forever. From the perfumes launches in 2015 you should watch out for Elie Saab and his Le Parfum Resort.
 
 
Pisces
Not so much is very logical in your life, but this is exactly what you can exact from the coming year. This is the sequence: You will finally get to that new great new job, or improve that old job including the respect that you deserve. The next step will be the increased responsibilities with increased social position, and finally also increased income. All of this will lead to a new relationship or an old relationship revamped partnership, which will move at light speed to a logical conclusion, and a greater sense of wholeness. Tighten your seat belts. From the perfumes launches in 2015 you should watch out for the new Azzedine Alaïa fragrance.



Denis Simachev - Fragrance Collection


by:
 Sandra Raicevic Petrovic

Russian designer Denis Simachev (Денис Симачев) known for his collection of T-shirts with ironic inscriptions and colorful prints, as well as for design accentuated with Russian symbolic and national motifs, introduced at the end of December his first collection of perfumes, which includes three fragrances: Ничё СвятоваНаше Всё and Фром Раша Виз Лавэ. Each of the three new perfumes carries independent messages and moods accompanied with different compositions.  
Denis Simachev founded his company in 2001. His first boutique Shop&Bar opened in 2006 in Moscow. In 2009 Denis presented his fashion collection in Moscow and several years later he presented himself at Fashion Week in Milan. He studied Art and graphic design in Moscow, after which he graduated from academy "Pivot Point" in Spain, while specializing in commercials. Parallel with the academy in Spain, Denis studied at state Textile Academy in Moscow, which he graduated from in 1999 by obtaining a degree in ‘Clothing and Footwear Design’. -Wikipedia
According to the designer’s words, the prices of his fragrances will not exceed prices of international mass market editions. The fragrances arrive in transparent flacons with inscribed names on glass, packed in modern outer cartons in bright colors with floral print. This type of print was used by Simachev in designs of mobile phone covers, for Playstation 3, clothing items, Ducati motors, fridges, laptops, even the façade of his flagship store. The perfumes are a new step in expanding his interest with the wish to provide original design and quality products with affordable prices. 
Fragrance Ничё Святова is composed of intense and bitter shades of pomegranate and yuzu, accompanied with floral accords of peony, magnolia and lotus, and a warm trail of red wood, amber and musk. Perfume Наше Всё is composed of such notes as amalfi lemon, powdery iris and pink pepper with a woody-musky trail, aimed at men and women, while the third perfume of the collection, Фром Раша Виз Лавэ ("From Russia with Love")  is constructed as feminine, and according to Denis Simachev’s words it aims at romantic ladies. Key notes of the edition are juicy, fruity notes of watermelon and kiwi combined with pink pepper and floral notes of cyclamen and jasmine. The creamy finish is provided by sandalwood and musk. 
amalfi lemon, iris, pink pepper
woody notes
amber, musk
pomegranate, yuzu
poeny, lotus, magnolia
amber, red wood, musk

 
watermelon, kiwi, pink pepper
jasmine, cyclamen

sandalwood, musk
The collection of fragrances by Denis Simachev was promoted exclusively on December 24, 2014, at Цветной, at the department of selective perfumery in Moscow.