"There are different occasions when you want to add a little extra confidence," explains fragrance historian Jessica Murphy. "A job interview is not the same as a performance, which is not the same as a second or third date — there are different types of confidence." As such, by leaning into the feel-good properties of fragrance, you can curate a perfect-for-you collection that's ready and waiting anytime you're seeking an added cloak of self-assurance.
On the beach, for Elizabeth Arden Green Tea Coconut Breeze.
Frédéric Malle talks about the new Estée Lauder Legacy Collection: Azurée Legacy, Estée Legacy, Knowing Legacy, Private Collection Legacy and White Linen Legacy.
[Dr. Kymberly] Young presented study participants with a series of opaque glass vials containing potent familiar scents like oranges, ground coffee, shoe polish and even Vicks VapoRub. [...] Young was surprised to discover that memory recall was stronger in depressed individuals who received odor cues as opposed to word cues. Those who received odor cues were more likely to recall a memory of a specific event (for example, that they went to a coffee shop last Friday) than general memories (that they have been to coffee shops before). Memories spurred by odors were also a lot more vivid and felt more immersive and real.
— Read more in Can Scents Help with Depression? at Happi.
A short spot for Penhaligon's AlUla.