Finishing Touches

Add an extra layer of personality to any look with a spritz of fragrance.

September 1, 2017


Malorie Urbanovitch’s first foray into the fragrance world is a collaboration with another local creator, Lane Edwards of Pura Botanicals. URBANOVITCH No. 1 is an earthy, warm and sensual scent — perfect for fall — that Edwards personifies as “a woman with flawless red lips in a tailored tux with a deep V-neck, smoking a cigar.”

Tiffany & Co. Fragrance

The iconic jewellery company’s new fragrance is a piece of art. A bottle with some of the brand’s most iconic details — the Tiffany “T,” the signature Lucida diamond cut, that Tiffany blue — holds a bold scent that will envelope you in layers of floral notes. Wear it with confidence; according to Tiffany & Co. all you need is “bare skin, a scent, a touch of jewellery and one iconic colour.”

Troubled Spirits

If this warm, smoky unisex scent was a person, creator (and Edmontonian) Josh Smith says (s)he would “stay up an hour too late and enjoy one too many cocktails. They kiss strangers and flirt with friends.” Notes of bourbon (from all those cocktails) mix with notes of wood for an edgy yet cozy scent, pairing well with all those fall layers.

This article appears in the September 2017 issue of Avenue Edmonton. Subscribe here.


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