• Bluebells

    Posted on 18th April 2012 by Laura

    The common bluebell is a true sign of British springtime. There is something quite ethereal about a sea of bluebells covering woodlands in a haze of purpley blue. This spectacular botannical display is only found in northern Europe, with Britain containing more than half of the world’s population. Read More

  • Floriography: The Language of Flowers

    Posted on 12th April 2012 by Lauren

    Flowers are such a beauty among us and make our lives all the more fragrant but did you know that each flower actually carries its own secret message? Read More

  • Scenting Fashion with Meadham Kirchhoff

    Posted on 8th April 2012 by Emily

    As some of you may know, we’ve been working with London-based fashion designers Meadham Kirchhoff for the past couple of years now; each season we scent their collections with one of our perfumes! Their dramatic shows are always a highlight of London Fashion Week and in February this year they chose our classic citrus fragrance Blenheim Bouquet. Read More

  • Scents in Time by Viola Levy

    Posted on 19th March 2012 by Alex

    Viola, freelance writer and Beauty Editor for Glass Online (http://theglassmagazine.com/ and http://www.violalevy.co.uk/) reveals which scents have stood the test of time Read More

  • Match your Mum with her perfect perfume!

    Posted on 7th March 2012 by Lauren

    Looking for something a bit different for Mother’s Day this year? How about treating your Mum to our fragrance profiling service…we offer this complimentary service in all of our boutiques, but for Mother’s Day the service comes complete with champagne and chocolates! Read More