Like diamonds? Like Chanel No. 5? This lemming is for you. From the No. 5 jewelry collection at Chanel, celebrating the 100th anniversary of Chanel No. 5, the 55.55 necklace in diamonds and white gold. It is called the 55.55 necklace because that's the carat weight of the emerald-cut diamond in the center. No, it's not for sale, but it will apparently be exhibited from time to time. (Next week I'll post some of the pieces you can buy, if you can afford them.)
Hey, it’s Friday! And yesterday, Stevie Wonder turned 71. Our community project for today: tell us your favorite Stevie Wonder song and wear the fragrance to match. (And don’t forget, the haiku challenge is coming up tomorrow.)
What fragrance did you pick? As always, do chime in with your scent of the day even if you’re not participating in the community project.
I’m listening to my absolute favorite Stevie Wonder song, Don’t You Worry ’bout a Thing, from the 1973 album Innervisions. (I am stealing a quote from the Telegraph via Wikipedia, already linked above: “It sounds and feels like a burst of summer happiness.”) My happy summer fragrance to match: Aftelier Candide…
Today, even the fine-fragrance category is having a self-care moment, as people now wear perfume less for social occasions and delve more into what fragrance does for them personally.
It does plenty: Seventy-five percent of emotions generated each day are due to smell, according to scent market research cited by retail solutions provider Mood Media.
— Read more in Fragrance Gets Functional at Women's Wear Daily via AOL.