Emma Stone for Louis Vuitton Cœur Battant. Directed by Romain Gavras.
Saturday is the International Day for Tolerance, a UN observance dedicated to “strengthening tolerance by fostering mutual understanding among cultures and peoples”. This is a goal I wholeheartedly support, and I hope my poll on the subject of fragrance-related tolerance will not be taken as making light of a serious topic. This just isn’t the place for the discussion of serious topics, hence our handy dandy keep-the-peace comment policy.
1. Name a fragrance or a fragrance note you are slowly learning to tolerate?
2. Name a fragrance you thought you hated, but loved when you smelled it on someone else?
3. Name a fragrance or a fragrance note you will probably never be able to tolerate?
Or, as always, just talk about something else…
Thanks to a kind tip from Pyramus, I already have a tube on the way: Marvis Black Forest toothpaste. "Inspired by the rich German delicacy, this toothpaste combines the sweet taste of cherry and chocolate with fresh mint to create an inventive flavor. Unlike the cake, the toothpaste helps prevent cavities by removing plaque and tartar to give you strong and healthy teeth." I paid $10.50 for 75 ml at Fendrihan, but this morning they appear to be sold out. Other new flavors you can see if you can get your hands on: Anise Mint, Orange Blossom (yes, I bought that too) and Sweet & Sour Rhubarb.