Posted on 1st May 2013 by Alex
Olivier Cresp’s follow up to Juniper Sling for Penhaligon’s was Peoneve, an outstanding portrait of two iconic flowers, peony and rose.
Juniper Sling is playful and chilled, a laidback and fabulously addictive homage to Jazz Age London.
Artemisia is Penhaligon’s hymn to vanilla in all its powdered honeyed beauty. It is an unexpected and quiet scent, soft on the skin, yet persistent and haunting.
Posted on 30th April 2013 by Alex
Penhaligon’s can trace its perfumed ancestry back to the 1870s when William Penhaligon decided to move from Cornwall and set up as a barber in London.
Posted on 29th April 2013 by Alex
Do you go to the movies for actors or directors? Lets take ‘The Great Gatsby’. Are you going to see it because it’s Baz Luhrman the twinkly-eyed silver fox director of Moulin