We'd like to think we know our news anchors, but one thing not conveyed through the screen is how they smell. Gossip sites however recently reported that Tom Ford approached Anderson Cooper to make his own line of cologne. A Ford rep told us the reports aren’t true, but that didn't stop us from calling New York Times scent critic Chandler Burr.
— Smells Like News, at WAMU radio in Washington, considers how you might develop fragrances to represent well-known TV news personalities. Thanks to Erica for the link.
They seem old-fashioned. Simple fragrances, where one note takes center stage, are more modern.
— Sarah Horowitz of Creative Scentualization, explaining why complex fragrances are no longer in style, in People magazine. Thanks to Angie for the quote!