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November 10, 2007


Dust, Glitter, and Vapor

Beautiful review, as always. Bravo! Rose Kashmirie sounds absolutely amazing. I'm such a fan of this house. I love the gorgeous photos you chose, too--you have such a good eye for these things. Sending you the best of wishes. XO


It sounds beautiful, and I love the photos you chose!

Gypsy Purple

Hope you had a blessed Christmas!! Wishing you and yours a happy and prosperous 2008!!!


I'm usually kind of averse to rose scents since it's so hard to find ones that are true to the flower but you're forcing me to try this one...


Tom, I'm afraid RK might be a bit sweet for you, but I'd be happy to send you a sample, it's still very rare in these parts. It still fits my definition of Beauty in a fragrance, a concept rather unexplored these days, don't you think? Thanks for stopping by, sorry I'm such a sporadic blogger!


The Sniffapalooza group that visited Paris was welcomed in Rosine's lovely shop. We were given several samples from which my favorite was Zest of Rose. The citrus tempered the fragrance making it a good one for summer or any gloomy day. Sometimes thought to be old fashioned and dated, rose may have come around again. For some of us, the rich, deep scent never lost its allure. Love your illustrations on the site.


Hi there, thanks for stopping by and for the compliments -- I'm sorry I don't blog more! I can't wait to go to Rosine in May myself! Viva La Rose!


I went for a long time ignoring my blog and just recently found your comments. I would love to get in touch again and hear more from you on perfume, design, and life.
Chime in!


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