Parfumerie Générale 27 Limanakia Perfume Winner

27 limanika

For the last two years, we traversed the globe in style with Parfumerie Generale’s La Croisiere collection, which served up cocktails on spray-glittered sundecks while transporting us to lush tropical ports. Now, alighting from the ocean liner and stepping into a small wooden boat, perfumer Pierre Guillaume sets us drifting under a cobalt sky towards the rocky coves of Greece with 27 Limanakia, the first perfume he has added to his Collection Numeraires since 2014’s Isparta

Thanks to the generosity of Parfumerie Generale, we have a 30 ml bottle of Limanakia for one registered reader worldwide.  The random winner is pg fan. Please email michelyn at cafleurebon dawt com with  Parfumerie Generale 30 ml bottle of Limanakia as your subject and  complete mailing and phone details by 9/25/2016 4:00 PM EST. This is a deadline and NO exceptions if you are late. Please  use your email from your comment so we know it is you. A nice thank you to Pierre Guillaume is always apreciated.

We announce the winners only on site and on our Facebook page, so Like Cafleurebon and use our RSS option…or your dream prize will be just spilled perfume

Share

Ademas de Tio Nacho y Cicatricure, genomma lab en Colombia tiene un amplio catalogo de productos

Best of Show: Tranoï 2016 Parfums at The Tunnel New York + Niche and Artistic Fragrances Draw

 

lauryn-michelyn-carlos-hubner-mark-behnke-kim-van-dang-final

Lauryn, Mark Behnke of Colognoisseur, Michelyn, Carlos and Kim Van Dang

If you were in New York City this weekend and noticed a redhead with a dazed smile on her face wandering in a blissed-out stupor in Chelsea that was probably me after the 2016 Tranoï New York: Parfums show.

tranoi-nyc-parfums-2016

Tranoï Parfums (photo Tranoï)

 Fifty-four niche, natural and artisan fragrance companies and distributors showed off their creations in ultra-hip space The Tunnel on 17-19 September. Tranoï – which means “between us” in Italian — is a Paris-based perfume and fashion trade show specializing in what is “truly different, international creativity and outstanding, high-quality talent.”  Tranoï has now brought their show to New York and I am very glad they did.

blackbird-perfumes-nicole-miller

Blackbird Perfumes with Nicole Miller

Getting to know some beautiful lines I had read about but not yet tried such as Tiziana Terenzi, Berdoues, Jovoy,  and the gorgeous candles from Belle fleur, was a delight, as was discovering impressive lines I was unfamiliar with, such as Blackbird from Seattle and Jeroboam and Nasu Parfum from France.

 

dilettatonatto

Tonatto Profumi and Diletta Tonatto

One of the highlights was having the chance to sample the entire Tonatto Profumi line – all well-structured, high-quality perfumes – while chatting with Tonatto’s lovely CEO, Diletta Tonatto (Side note: Diletta has the most chill 4-month old baby I’ve ever met, Bartolomeo!). While I cannot possibly do all the talented artists at Tranoï justice, here’s a rundown of some of the highlights and insights I came away with (along with plenty of delicious swag, but more about that later). 

nomenclature-perfumes

Photo of Nomenclature booth

Trends

Making a big impression was the revival of synthetics, from Anne Sophie Behagel’s exquisite use of prunol in David Jourquin’s new Cuir Venetien to the four perfumes from year-old fragrance line Nomenclature, which make exclusive use of high-quality synthetics. Both brands demonstrate just how multifaceted and intriguing they can be in the hands of masters such as Anne-Sophie Behagel, Frank Voelkl and Patricia Choux.

le-galion-sang-bleu

Le Galion Sang Bleu via Le Galion

Fougères are also back (of which Le’s Galion’s Sang Bleu is an outstanding example), as is the widespread use of cypress, a particularly changeable green note that can come over sharp, leafy or coniferous. Unusual aquatic scents, often combined with mineral and unexpected plant notes, were also cropping up in several lines including Beaufort’s Fathom V and Art de Parfums’ Sea Foam.

madetlenbooth

Mad et Len

Perhaps my favorite development was the use of non-traditional carriers that allow a seamless integration of art and fragrance. The disembodied porcelain noses in hand-cast jars by Singapore-based A Dose of Something were an unexpectedly surreal transport for the mind-blowingly beautiful scents they contained, while Mad et Len’s scented lava rocks and crystals were like smoldering perfumed cinders. Also, the quality of many of the home fragrances was extremely impressive.

3newfloris

New Floris Perfumes

New on the Scene

The Fragrance Journals are three new perfumes from Floris that represent London in scent snapshots during three decades: 1962 (citrus woody), 1976 (woody oriental) and 1988 (green woody).

starck-perfumes

Starck Paris

Also debuting were three fragrances from Stark Paris, the new perfume line from designer Philippe Starck.  Peau de Soie, Peau D’Ailleurs and Peau de Pierre are each based on memories of Starck’s mother’s perfume shop when he was a child and are designed to be unisex.-Lauryn Beer, Editor

tranoi-parfums-best-perfumes-cafleurebon

There were some truly memorable fragrances at Tranoï and more than a few stood out. After much debate, Michelyn and I chose some of our favorites from a strong field for Best of Show:

fathom-v-beaufort

FATHOM V EDP BEAUFORT BEST OF SHOW

Lauryn and Michelyn: Best New Fragrance: Fathom V, Beaufort London (Leo Crabtree)

Beaufort founder and perfumer Leo Crabtree (also the drummer for British band The Prodigy) told me frankly that Beaufort’s fragrances are meant to provoke a strong reaction. At first I wasn’t sure what to make of his new perfume, Fathom V, which hit like a cold wave when I smelled it on paper. But when I wore it, I could not stop sniffing my wrist for hours – it is that compelling: coldly mineral with strange but beautiful florals, sweepingly majestic and unlike anything else out there. Both Michelyn and I chose this as our Best New Fragrance.

 

adoseofsomethinggoodbooth

A Dose of Something Good Booth

Lauryn and Michelyn: Best New Line: A Dose of Something Good.

While these are home scents and not perfumes, they are wondrous. Indigo Violet is an absolute stunner, the most intense violet I have ever encountered – like smelling a forest of wild violet on a bed of purple velvet. Kamadeva’s Arrow is akin to standing beneath a champaca tree in full bloom with the scent of blossoms, green leaves and bark weaving together seamlessly. The line is available only in Singapore and Japan right now, but the talented self-taught perfumer behind the brand, Robert Upton, more than deserves a shot at the US market. And please produce these in perfume, too!

madetlenbooth

 

Lauryn: Best Home Fragrance: Mad et Len Terre Noire.

In its exquisite artisanal black container, this earthy, smoky fragrance would be equally at home in amongst leather-bound volumes in an old library or in a minimalist industrial loft. And the black lava rocks, looking like petrified morels, are killer. 

fornasetti-home-fragrances

Michelyn: I have a tie.  Fornasetti's evocative Otto created by Oliver Polge for  Piero Fornasetti. Otto has an  aromatic scent redolent of incense, orris, cedarwood and Mediterranean herbs. I am mesmerized by the enigmatic face of Lina Cavalieri.

bellefleur-candles-and-diffusers

Belle Fleur candles and diffusers are throughout my home and the candles are truly perfume in wax. Mayan Tuberose adds a bit of opulent exoticism to my environment. This is a huge wave of tuberose which envelops you like a floral comforter. Vanilla and sandalwood add a needed counterpoint so that you don’t just get lost in the garden. 

 

arquiste-el-and-ella-tranoi

Arquiste at

Lauryn and Michelyn: Best Male Scent: El by Arquiste. (Rodrigo Flores-Roux) This is machismo in a bottle. Carlos Huber and Rodrigo Flores-Roux have created a 70s retro yet thoroughly modern sex bomb that is all man.   We both give a honorable mention to Sang Bleu by Le Galion, a beautifully constructed herbal fougere based on an unfinished fragrance by Paul Vacher from the 1970s. 

davidjourquin

 David Jourquin

Lauryn: Best Female Scent: Cuir Venetien by David Jourquin (Anne Sophie Behagel).

Cuir Venetien smells like the thinnest, softest, finest-quality suede with a fascinating deeply plummy note that morphs from time to time into peach. Just lovely. Honorable mention must go to Apeiron by Tonatto Profumi, a deliciously lactonic comfort scent with a glamorous side that makes the best use of tonka bean I’ve encountered in some time. Both David Jourquin and Tonatto Profumi share an enviable distinction of having not one bad scent in their entire line. I liked or loved every single one. Bravo and brava!

carlos-huber-and-michelyn-camen

Carlos Huber and Michelyn

michelyn-camen-franck-salzwedel-of-elisire

Michelyn and Franck Salzwedel of Elisire

Michelyn: I have a tie between Arquiste Ella and Elisire EAU PAPAGUÉNA. Both are exotic and ever so glam. Carlos Huber told me that initially Rodrigo Flores Roux wanted to use a cool French Blond for the inspiration for Ella, but Carlos had Gia Carangi, the dark sultry 70s model who held her own in a sea of blonde glamazons in mind. When I sprayed on Ella, Carlos quipped  that he can picture me  back in the day, strolling the beach wearing stilettos, a next to nothing bikini, full maquillage and a cigarette held in beautifully manicured hands. 

 

bellefleurebooth

Lauryn and Michelyn: Best Booth: Belle fleur

Belle Fleur makes some of the loveliest candles on the planet and their display was right in line with their scents (of which there were a number of standouts, including Kyara Clove, Rose Immortelle, Mimosa Magnifica and Indochine), taking the prize for most beautiful display. Glass bell jars covered the elegant candles and stunningly preserved flowers (that dark velvety rose!) augmented the table, making this was the most luxurious, eye-catching booth at Tranoï.

blocki-perfumes

Michelyn: Honorable Mention goes to Blocki Perfumes which displayed  fragrances over a hundred years old created by John Blocki.

le-galion-at-tranoi

 Le Galion booth

Lauryn and Michelyn Best Revival: Le Galion.

It is wonderful to see French line Le Galion, famous in the US mostly for mid-century superstar Sortilege, and, amongst vintage-loving perfumistas, for Jasmin, possibly the most gorgeous full-bodied jasmine soliflore ever made. Back in circulation will be old favorites such Snob, a classic white floral that can hold its own against Joy, while joining the line is a terrific new fougere, Sang Bleu.  Michelyn agrees and was thrilled to see Nicolas Chabot after their two ships passed in the night at Esxence this past March.

Michelyn: Honorable Mention to Blocki's Tammy and Tyler DeLeBar for reviving the first American Perfumery, with three generations of perfumers harking back to 1850 when John Blocki emmigrated from Prussia.

 

michael-edwards-of-fragrances-of-the-world-and-michelyn

Michelyn with Michael Edwards The world's leading perfume  expert

Michelyn​: Secrets and Spoilers. Michael Edwards, the world’s leading Perfume Expert, evaluator and author of Fragrances of the World is working on a new book on the history of American Perfumery.  Nomenclature, Blocki with Kevin Verspoor and Belle Fleur with Ralf Schwieger will all be introducing stunning fragrances in 2017.

francillaronchicoreterno

Francilla Ronchi,Coreterno

Lauryn: Tester we wanted to take home with us: Coreterno Extreme Feelings I Could Never Explain 4-wick candle

berdoues-vanira-moorea-dorothy-lamour

 Berdoues Vanira Moorea Collection Grand Cru collage with Dorothy Lamour

Michelyn:  Berdoues Vanira Moorea Collection Grand Cru.  I love my vanilla fragrances and this one transports me to a tropical island, an orange blossom pinned in my hair.  If ever a fragrance captures the glamour of Dorothy Lamour wearing her  trademark sarong this is it. And that bottle.

tranoi-nyc-selection-committee-eric-weiser-kim-van-dang

Armand Hadida,Founder, L'Éclaireur and Artistic Director, Tranoï, Virginia Bonofiglio Professor and Associate Chair Cosmetics and Fragrance Marketing, FIT, Pete Born, WWD Executive Editor, Beauty, Emily Dougherty, Beauty Director, Elle Magazine, Kim-Van Dang, Owner of luxury fine fragrance branding + distribution company KVD NYC, Jenny B. Fine Editor, WWD Beauty Inc. and Eric Weiser, CoOwner of Twisted Lily Fragrance Boutique + Apothecary, Brooklyn, NY(Photo   Tranoï)

Kudos to Tranoï for organizing the  New York Parfums show. Thank you for also serving champagne, wine and apertivos. We hope more exhibitions take note.

Lauryn Beer, Editor and Michelyn Camen, Editor in Chief

perfumes-from-tranoi-new-york

Thanks to the generosity of  many of the perfumers,  distributors and Creative Directors at Tranoï, we have a special swag bag chock a block of  samples from the show for a registered reader in the US.  To be eligible please leave a comment with what you enjoyed about Lauryn’s summary or Michelyn and Lauryn’s picks. If there is a scent you most like to try let us know! Draw closes 9/24/2016

All photos by Lauryn Beer,  Rob Barbiero and Michelyn unless otherwise noted

We announce the winners only on site and on our Facebook page, so Like Cafleurebon and use our RSS option…or your dream prize will be just spilled perfume

Share

ÇaFleureBon Profiles in American Perfumery: William Eadon of William Eadon Perfumes + No 11 is Everywhere Draw

william-william-eadon-perfumes-11-and-12-cafleurebon

William Eadon #12 and #11 Photos

It was Editor, Lauryn Beer’s reviews of William Eadon #11 and #12 that caught my attention and upon reading it I immediately called Stamatis Birsimijoglou and Eric Weiser of Twisted Lily Fragrance Boutique and Apothecary for William’s contact information. William Eadonis a multi talented ol artist, photographer and designer (Cynthia Rowley for twenty Years) and a perfumer.   For our 111th CaFleureBon American Perfumer be prepared for one of the most open and unconventional profiles since we began the series in 2011. Number 11s are everywhere.  -Michelyn Camen, Editor in Chief

william-eadon-cafleurebon

William Eadon Artist, Musician, Photographer and Perfumer

 Profile:  I feel blessed to have had a fairly ordinary childhood. Nuclear town, stable supportive parents, siblings, Ohio, basketball team, boy scout, summer jobs, motocross, straight A’s. Somehow, it has taken me around this long to embrace that normalcy.

william-eadon-as-a-young-boy

William Eadon as a young boy 

I spent the better part of my youth shunning the ordinary. Attracted to every misfit within the radius of that small town, you would be sure to find me thrashing a stairwell in a hot suburban parking lot. It was the late 80’s and every skateboarder at the time was a troubled punk rocker with a penchant for snakes, a love for disorder, and malice for the complacency of society. I fit right in.. LOL. You might find me at the center of any mosh pit and later explaining the next day where the bruises and cuts had come from to my caring and concerned mother. I don’t think she ever understood, but thank you mom for trying. I played guitar, sang and like any other kid in America, thought it was my ultimate calling to become a rock and roll legend, felt terribly shy around girls (they usually made the first move), hung out in the mall, tried drinking and weed, tried being straight edge, got caught shoplifting and never stole again, snuck into abandoned buildings, set things on fire, and never, ever, ever, thought I would be doing any of the things I am doing today. Especially not creating a niche fragrance.

william-eadon-new-york

William Eadon

My salad days of college thrust me into the world of making art. Trust, I don’t know how I found myself doing that either LOL. It was my high school art teacher who had encouraged me to pursue that field convinced that I was a natural artist and nothing but. Sounded good to me since I had absolutely no idea what the fuck I was doing at age 17. And so I painted for 4 years in pursuit of a BFA in painting, armed with few life experiences and nothing much to paint about, I developed technique..

maidcafe

Maid Cafe

The technique of painting yourself into a corner, all the while not noticing that everything I was doing, even though it didn’t feel like it, was and always is the process of finding oneself. I fell in and out of love, broke hearts, had mine broken, lived through failures and success that in those formative years felt like the world had just dropped out from underneath you.

PhotobyWilliamEadonforCynthisRowley,Spring2013

Photo by William Eadon for Cynthia Rowley,Spring2013

Floating or falling, one could never tell. One of the beauties that broke my heart was studying fashion design, I had never thought one could do that as a job (this was wayyy before project runway). Since all I knew how to do with painting after 4 years was hold a brush and mix some color, I decided to jump into something even more irrational and became a fashion designer.

william-eadon-false-flag-ufo-sightings-new-york

William Eadon False Flags UFO Sightings New York via instagram

I eventually found my way to New York where I have lived for over the last 20 years. Funny thing is, nothing much changes. I’m still the hopeless romantic I was in high school, or college looking for the answers wherever they may be hiding. Or, wherever they aren’t hiding? Whether that might mean pinning a garment to a beautiful creature sent from above or hiding behind a lens, trying desperately to capture the moments that so often slip through our fingers fleetingly disguised as the truths we all want amends with, that might once, just once speak to the truths of our certainties or uncertainties and beg offer some relief to the unanswerable. I’m not sure where I discovered fragrance. Maybe it was Suskind’s Perfume, maybe for want of coloring myself in a hue that I am not, so for a moment, I might play a role of someone better than who I thought I was. Undoubtedly, we find only ourselves there. I think it was Ylang Ylang that I first purchased so many years ago. One single note, led to another, and another. Wearing single notes for weeks, absorbing their purity.

william-eadon-11-mixing-perfume

William Eadon mixing  #11 Perfume

Soon mixing notes, playing with no rhyme or reason, only freedom, no textbooks, no boundaries. At long last I began creating symphonies from ditties. Strangers would stop me on a subway platform or hunt me on a windswept street. “What is it called” they’d say..uhhmmm “11” I’d respond. I had composed the 11 of eleven notes.

the-number-11

11:11 via  @gauchedamned

At the time I was seeing the numbers 11:11 everywhere, so it only made sense. My first sales and deliveries were made on subway platforms on the way to work, planned with cryptic texts.. “I’ll meet you at the end of the Bedford L platform at 8:30 AM, bring $ 100, I’ll be the one wearing a Burzum Tshirt”. Scent fascinates me since it eludes like life. The notes of a fragrance change and glimmer like the hands of a clock. An initial blast from an atomizer can say one thing and become a deception in the next few minutes. It is natural and aligned with the natural beauty of all of life and it’s perfect chaos and metamorphosis. It is the mystery that we all want to solve and never will. That’s fine, I’ll relish in the moments that entail the act of solving that mystery. Because that’s “normal”, “ordinary”, right?

william-eadon-perfume-organ

William Eadon's Perfume organ

On American Perfumery: I want people to experience joy, be happy, fulfilled, feel amazing. The natural composition of my Eau De Parfum is very important to me. I am sometimes put off by the abundance of cheaply made synthetic fragrance sold for unethical mark ups with the aid of high priced advertising campaigns, celebrity endorsement, and overly curated vessels. All of that is fun, and I’m not trying to be a hater, but the pricing is unjust and the spirit lost. I feel a desire to educate the consumer on the difference or at least put that out there. It’s sad because most people don’t know the difference. I think most assume that synthetic fragrances are natural. The fact is, not only do natural fragrances support an industry of agriculture, but most of the molecular composition or aromatherapeutic element and spiritual nature is lost to synthetic copies. The authentic Ambergris I put in my fragrances is there in the notes. It is unmistakable. So many commercial fragrances have misused that term “Ambergris” that it has become just a word. I don’t want everything to become “just words”. Making natural fragrance is unique and costly. I set the price of my EDP’s at much lower than I really should since I want it to be accessible. I never got into this for the money, but in all truth, I ain’t givin it away either. LOL I need the bread man. I am just in the beginning of making these 2 fragrances I have launched. I mix the batches myself in my atelier in Brooklyn, I bottle them, box them, and label them by hand. That is just where I am at this point. I am selling to 4 different stores in Brooklyn. Twisted Lily, Fellow Barber, Catland Books, and Mociun. I sell to private clients through my website. It is a small operation and a labor of love. I do it when I’m not working my other jobs.. (the ones that pay my inflated Brooklyn rent) I guess, for me right now that is what it means to be an “Indie American Perfumer”. It is about sharing love. Sharing something I love. It is about being empathetic, compassionate, and true. It is about giving away more samples than you can really afford to. And it is everything but easy. I am sharing parts of who I am with the world. I want that to be true. I dabble in the occult and metaphysics, I’ve included some of that in the formulas. The “11” for attraction and “12” luck.

flowers

I’ve written prose to go along with each bottle, to send a message of what these creations really mean to me. I designated the fragrance unisex because I don’t believe that different scent should be assigned to a gender. I love flowers! It’s all true. It’s not part of a “viral” campaign. It’s just me. I guess that is what I want to share. I want to share something unique in the hopes that the scent is beautiful enough to be embraced for what it is and not the bottle it comes in, somehow, in the hope that the wearer can embrace themselves for who they are and celebrate that beautiful, intoxicating, individuality. That’s what turns me on. I feel like I’m shouting now, but don’t worry, that’s just the “Indie American Perfumer Battle Cry”.

11-still-life-leonard-greco

#11 Still Life by Leonard Greco

#11 CALL ME. IF YOU WANT IT, YOU CAN GET IT ALL U GOTTA DO IS CALL. FOR THAT GOOD, WOODSY, WHO DO, HOODOO, YOU DO, MAGNETICALLY AESTHETIC ASCETIC, DRAWN IN, I’M YOURS. AT LEAST FOR A LITTLE, WHILE. TAKETH NOTES. ANISE @TOP, THEN DROP. CALL ME MUSKY, NEW BORNE BABY, DRAPE ME, ON A COUNTERTOP, MY BLOC. CALL ME DANGEROUS, DRESS MAGICK CANDLE, FRANKINCENSE, ANOINT ME. CHARGE GIBBOUS, DEPLOY INTO MIDNIGHT. HAIL GUIDES, SURROUND ME, ON FLEEKING NUMEROLOGY. CONJURE ME, LUCID DREEM DEAPLY. GOOGLING ME, DON’T WANNA BE, OUT HERE, FUCK THE FEAR. IF YOU WANT IT, I GOT IT. ALL U GOTTA DO IS COME

#12: WHAT IF YOU WOKE UP NOW? DON’T DREAM IT, BE IT. FOLLOW UNFOLLOWERS, TAKE MONEY, LIKE LIGHT. POKE FUN AT PAGEANTRY, OUIJA AND CHILL. TORE UP ON INTENTION. RITUALLY RENAISSANCED NEO-SEXUAL AT LARGE. AWAKE NOW AND IT’S THE 4TH DIMENSION. INVOCATION OF OUR MULTIDIMENSION. FORGET VALIDATION, EMITTE LUCEM VERITATEM. SCREENSHOTTING SMOKING CLOVE CIGARETTES. READING TAROT FROM THE RIDER DECK. RIDE, ARRIVE, ALIVE. I’M ONLY SLEEPING. DREAM, DREAMER THE DREAM THIS HEX IWIS CREATING. BEING THE DREAM, BEING LIMA-OSCAR-LIMA, BEING LOVE. BELIEVING YOU ARE ALREADY THERE. AWAKEN.

the-gift-of-imperfection-by-dr-brene-brown-american-writer

The Gift of Imperfection by Dr. Brene Brown

Brené Brown is an American author The Gifts of Imperfection: Let Go of Who You Think You're  Supposed to Be and Embrace Who You Are

Favorite American Artist: I don’t choose favorites. I believe if you look long enough a beauty can be found in anything. Sure, there are things that resonate with me, but that has to do with a place and a time and mindset. The meanings and attraction are arbitrary and I’d be selling myself short by naming a donor. One thing I have been thinking about is the idea of the mind artist, healer, or conventional wisdom teacher. Artists healing with teaching us how to live better, love better, embrace ourselves and others, with compassion, empathy, and unconditional love. Sometimes I am thinking that is the art we need to be paying more attention to. “The art of the self”. The art of “Letting Go”.. Ajahn Brahm, Brene Brown, Alan Watts. To name a few.

WILLIAM EADON, Perfumer and Creator of William Eadon Eau De Parfum– EAU DE PARFUM

 Thanks to William Eadon we have a  reader’s choice draw in the US for  registered reader  description in his own words, for a bottle of

11_bottle

11 EAU DE PARFUM . Anise, Honeysuckle, Jasmine, Elemi, Ambergris, Patchouli, Frankincense, Ylang-Ylang, Sandalwood, Cedarwood, Rosewood, Musk, Iso E Super $ 133.31 50ML

or

12_bottle


12 EAU DE PARFUM Neroli, Bergamot, Lemon Rind, Carnation, Orange, Petitgrain, Clove, Lavender, Rosemary, Benzoin, Musk, Ambergris

In additon William is offering THREE sample sets to f American registered readers. 6 winners  total

You can follow William Eadon on Instagram @gauchedamned and follow us @cafleurebon

17-the-star-tarot

The Tarot Card  17 The Star is symbolic of  reconnecting one's soul with the divine. It is  represents that a glimmer of hope will enter your life

To be eligible please leave a comment with what you found fascinating and it is certainly FASCINATING path to perfumery, your choice of fragrance should you win, or if you want one of the THREE sample sets. Since many readers may want the bottle the draw ill go random after the winnders for the sample sets.  Draw closes 9/21/2016

Please like CaFleureBon Profiles in American Perfumery and your entry will count twice.

 We announce the winners on our site and on our Facebook page, so Like Cafleurebon and use our RSS option…or your dream prize will be just spilled perfume

Share