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For me, Kenzo pour Homme is one of the sharpest things ever to leave Japan (although it's made in France). Dōmo arigatō Gundel-san!
My maternal grandma did the exact same things G! So my picture is actually a tribute to all these grandmas and the things (comme des petits trésors) they left for us from their long gone and beautiful times. Lots of thanks!
Although the "nurse" carrying it looks a little intimidating, I can't help but agree with you. Many combat-ready thanks!
I think that loving street art is a thing we have in common (see Oz). Even if sometimes artists are "tightened" by the clamps of "righteousness" (see Oz again). Thanks a double million G.!
I thought that Hamburg kids were not going to be intimidated by freezing temperatures, so I assumed that you shooed them away...
Great! Colourless monsters are the ones I always give a wide berth to, cause I think they're the most difficult to handle.
If Poême's strange and intoxicating beauty was to be immortalised by words, then they would be most likely written by the nib of a poète maudit. And this is quite strange already, coming from a mainstream perfume house like Lancôme. Helen of Troy on the other hand is a very sociable girl, who likes to meet new people all the time. Thus she's quite happy with the introduction. Maybe after a couple of drinks she'll take you dancing. She's good at both... Thanks a million!
Or it could be nightbirds watched by the girl in the moon, since Anaïs Anaïs is one of the most artful (in every sense of the word) perfumes I have ever met...Thank you very-very much!
I thought that taking a break from dramatic would be kinda nice. Lots of thanks!
You're so right G.! It's more than obvious that innocent Angelica succumbed to the dark powers of poisoned Beladonna...Thanks a million!