Leave it to Moschino to think not just out of the box when it comes to creative packaging, but also in the house. Specifically, your household cleaners cabinet. I don’t do windows (or Windows), but I definitely do Moschino Fresh Couture, mingling mandarin, bergamot and ylang ylang top notes with middle notes of raspberry and peony. The dry down is warm and luxurious, thanks to cedar woods, patchouli and ambrox. Polly pointed out it makes her want to don a French maid costume, stat.
Who would wear it? Ally Sheedy’s character Jessie Montgomery in Maid To Order, of course. Have you seen that piece of ’80s cinematic genius?
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In R18 feature Fictitious Fragrance Fans, I assign a pop-culture character a signature scent. Fragrance is one of the most difficult areas of beauty to discuss and I find myself trying to convey a scent to you, more often than not, by the pop culture character it embodies to me. So why not make it a thing?
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