My current favourite is Sycomore by Chanel, which is a recreation of a Thirties formula created by Ernest Beaux, the house’s original perfumer. It uses Haitian vetiver for its earthy smokiness along with tobacco and violet - this is class in a bottle. It is also responsible for the first (and last) time a cab driver nervously asked me what I was wearing. I didn’t have the heart to tell him it is technically a woman’s fragrance.
The recent trend for painter's coats and workwear-as-streetwear has meant that a host of designers have taken the field coat and implemented new cloths, cuts and patterns.
For those days when you need all-weather kicks that still look dress-shoe-good. The weather might suck. Your boots don’t have to.
Maison Bonnet is one of the last places on earth that’s allowed to make glasses from real-deal tortoiseshell. If you walk into Bonnet, someone will have an actual pen and an actual piece of paper and actually design glasses for you. It's a bit pricey, but you're paying for the energy and the craft and the human experience. You're dealing with people who love their work and have skills like nobody else. It's a little family.
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