Boulder-based award-winning perfumer Dawn Spencer Hurwitz, owner of DSH Perfumes and retail space The Essense Studio, has kept the residents of the Front Range and beyond smelling delightful with her ever-evolving arsenal of handmade botanical scents. In her nearly 30-year career, she’s crafted thousands of perfumes — each with their own distinct story. Filled with fresh organic ingredients, often mirroring the scents found in nature, these innovative offerings stretch far past the generic, mass-produced bottles of CK One and Chanel No. 5.
— Read more at Boulder perfumer creates scent culture, wins for ‘Colorado’ at Daily Camera.
I would love to visit her studio one day. I loved getting to hear about thegoddessrena’s custom perfume experience. I also still have yet to try anything from Amber Jobin’s line.
I know, her carnation sounds so cool!
Nothing generic about CK One and No. 5. Mass produced for good reason, they were stunning releases. I haven’t smelled much from DSH..I think I smelled a carnation one that was quite good.
Agree, and also thought mentioning them both as being the same ilk was pretty funny!