Category Archives: Robert Piguet

Scent a Celebrity: Madonna

Madonna turns 60 today – Happy Birthday, HRH Madonna! To celebrate, I thought I would resurrect my much-loved […] Continue reading

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Robert Piguet L’Entier ~ new fragrance

Robert Piguet has launched L’Entier, a new fragrance…

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Top 10 Winter Fragrances 2018

Winter is a great time to wear vintage fragrance. Something about the gorgeous-yet-unfashionable waft of an old perfume is perfect when the wind bites at your face and you’re swaddled in wool. In my opinion, wood fires, old movies and long nights all deepen with a vintage fragrance on your wrist.

Here are my top ten fragrances for winter, each at least 50 years old. If you’re new to vintage fragrance, you might be put off by how hard they can be to “read.” Let me warn you, though, once you get a taste for them, they can be addicting. I look forward to hearing about your favorite winter fragrances — vintage or not — in the comments. If you can think of modern takes on these fragrances, please comment! And do check out the winter lists at Bois de Jasmin, Grain de Musc and Perfume Posse

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Bunch o’ limited edition collector bottles (& some other stuff) 2017, part 13

More limited edition collector fragrance bottles, with the usual disclaimers: in most of these cases, the juice is unchanged, just the bottle is “special” (or not, as the case may be), and some of these may not be available in the US. Today’s post includes special edition bottles from Giorgio Armani, Carven and Robert Piguet, plus new concentrations of Diptyque Vetyverio, Dolce and Gabbana The One and L’Envol de Cartier.

Giorgio Armani Sì Nacré Edition

From Giorgio Armani, Sì in the Nacré Edition, with the Sì manifesto written on the bottle and box. Leaves a shimmering finish on the skin. In 50 Eau de Parfum at Printemps

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Robert Piguet Les Celestials de Knightsbridge ~ new perfumes

Robert Piguet Les Celestials de Knightsbridge

Robert Piguet has launched Les Celestials de Knightsbridge, a new limited edition collection of perfume oils inspired by the brand’s Knightsbridge fragrance…

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Robert Piguet Nuit Velours ~ new fragrance

Robert Piguet Nuit Velours

Robert Piguet has launched Nuit Velours, a new fragrance…

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The daily lemming

Happily for me, I only want one fragrance out of the five included in the Robert Piguet Jardinier Wardrobe, but perhaps it will be your lemming: “Housed in exquisite gold-finished bouillon sprays…this fragrance collection includes the famous Fracas, alongside Petit Fracas and Rose Perfection as well as Gardenia de Robert Piguet and Chai, and would […] Continue reading

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Robert Piguet L’Insomnuit ~ new fragrance

Robert Piguet L'Insomnuit

Robert Piguet has launched L’Insomnuit, a ‘haunting’ new fragrance…

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Edible Oud – Robert Piguet Oud Divin & Oud Délice Perfume Reviews

During this review I am going to attempt not to; a) mention; or b) moan about, the perfume industry’s boring obsession with oud. Oh, well that didn’t last very long, did it? In all seriousness, you don’t need to hear … Continue reading Continue reading

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Robert Piguet Oud Delice ~ new perfume

Robert Piguet Oud Delice

Robert Piguet has launched Oud Delice, a new flanker to 2012’s Oud de Robert Piguet. The brand also recently introduced Oud Divin

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