It was in the early ‘60s that Warhol began regularly wearing fragrance and adding to his now-legendary personal perfume collection (the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, which holds hundreds of Warhol’s possessions, is home to a wide variety of his perfumes). “Andy said that he’d wear one perfume for a few months and then switch to another, so each short period of his life would have its own unique scent-association,” explains Murphy.
— Our own Dr. Jessica talks to Vogue about Andy Warhol's obsession with fragrance, in conjunction with the Andy Warhol: Revelation exhibit at Brooklyn Museum (she's also giving tours there; the next one with tickets still available is on May 5). Read more in Andy Warhol Was Fragrance-Obsessed—Here Are the Perfumes He Loved Most. (And you can find Jessica at Twitter, Brooklyn Brainery or at her blog, Perfume Professor.)