It’s natural to switch up your wardrobe in the fall, opting for warmer clothes and more muted colours. As the temperature drops and the light changes, people should change their fragrances too.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: A blanket of yellow covers the rolling hills of Corsica, France’s island of beauty, creating a scent that drifts far out to the sea. The arid maquis is densely layered with myrtle, rosemary, thyme, sage, and cork oak; alongside this fragrant scrubland are fields of immortelle, a vivid yellow flower that mingles mightily.
Louis Vuitton launches their first unisex fragrance collection with a trio of scents that embody summertime in the golden state.
The Venetian mask embossed on the Storie Veneziane by Valmont fragrance bottle is emblematic of the romance and mystique of Venice, the city the collection is named for: Venetian Stories.
Five scents, each carefully composed by master perfumer Jacques Cavallier Belletrud in the company’s Grasse, France–based parfumerie, capture expressions of masculine energy.
If you’re on the hunt for a new signature scent, head to the Louis Vuitton’s first freestanding pop-up in Canada.
For its first foray outside of fragrances, niche perfumery Le Labo presents two no-nonsense—though undeniably chic—collections this October.
Though the aroma of the forest is a muse to many perfumers, fougère fragrances—the family of green and woody scents—are still considered somewhat niche.
An apothecary for the stylish set.