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Abandon your musky cologne, all ye who enter here. Balmy weather has finally returned, and it demands a fragrance to match.
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We helped five Birchbox staffers sleuth out the scents that will make that special someone—from BFF to Signficant Other—very happy come February 14.
The perfumer discusses her process and inspiration for Smoke, a fragrance evocative of the charm, history, and natural beauty of New Orleans.
From your wardrobe to your beverage choices, your whole routine changes to accommodate each season. Your scent of choice should be no exception. We tapped fragrance expert Barney Bishop for his favorite autumnal fragrances.
Think you know how to apply cologne properly? Check your technique against these fresh-smelling animations.
Having made his home in half a dozen countries, Hemingway was a master of cranking out prose on the go. Here’s some choice advice from Papa on getting work done when you’re far afield.
You’ve heard of pairing cocktails with food—but we’re taking the concept one step further by matching your go-to tipples with our favorite fragrances.
With so many scented grooming essentials out there a guy is bound to ask himself: How carefully should I attempt to match all the fragrances that touch my body on any given day? Here are some things to keep in mind.
Earthy and herbaceous patchouli oil has been a staple for the tie-dye set for decades. Now it’s showing up as a sensual—and sophisticated—balsamic base note in all kinds of colognes, perfumes, and unisex blends.
It takes more than a good sense of smell to sum up the character of a sophisticated cologne. We decided to get some serious advice from some serious noses.
Whether you’ve renounced conventional hygiene products (not recommended) or run out of deodorant in the backcountry, knowing how to hunt down your own soap and cologne is a valuable skill.
Here’s a guide to the five ingredients you should look for in order to smell like your best urban woodsman self.