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May 11, 2010

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Tricia Huntley

Lorre Lei - Thanks so much for this info! I Googled the exhibit and saw some of the images from the show. Such a great concept - it's a wonder no one has done it until now (or maybe they have?). I would absolutely love to go to New Orleans to check it out if I had a more carefree schedule. And yes, fall is a great time to get reacquainted with deeper, moodier fragrances. I am still dying to try some of the scents from CB I Hate Perfume like In the Library and Russian Caravan Tea ... they sound perfect for autumn.

Lorre Lei Jackson

Tricia,
Looking through your recap of the year's posts, my eye stopped at the one titled Sense and Sensibility. The New Orleans Museum of Art has a wonderful exhibit by the same title on view through Oct. 24. It was mounted by curateor John Keefe, who has a fabulous collection of perfume bottles. Contemporary gaps were filled in with loans from local museum patrons. There also is an article with the same title about collecting perfume bottles in the October issue of Traditional Home. Reminds me now that cooler weather is here, I should start using the heavier fragrances!

Bonnie Huntley

Congratulations - You have finished the year with great style and enthusiasm! Keep showing us the unique and awesome. LY BDH

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Tricia Huntley

It's still so catchy, isn't it?! I forget that there were saucy, ambitious women in the 70s - a good reminder! Hope all is well with you ;)

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Great post. I remember that Enjoli ad well. Bring home the bacon, fry it up in a pan and never let you forget ...

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