Ingenue - lolita ep - Tomboy and Girly Girl - TV Tropes

Chanel No 5 Eau de Toilette by Chanel is a Floral Aldehyde fragrance for women. Chanel No 5 Eau de Toilette was launched in 1921. The nose behind this f...

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I am now the proud owner of a 100ml 1995 No 5 EDT. I'm not normally a freak about reformulation, but Chanel has gutted No 5, in both EDP and EDT. The current formulations smell like nice soap, and that's it. Not bad, but lacking depth and that je ne sais quoi. This 1995 EDT is the No 5 I remember smelling during my childhood. My grandmother swore by No 5 for special occasions and I always adored it and would spritz it on myself. The opening is an airy, luminous, sparkling blend of citrus and aldehydes. Of course Chanel is famous for their use of aldehydes and they really do them best; these are never sharp or bracing as they so often can be. Soon you can smell the warmth of the woods and animalics, the smoky dryness of the vetiver, the depth of the earthy oakmoss. The florals waltz in and out, never the star attraction, but beautiful supporting acts. Needless to say, this reeks of taste and luxury. It's no wallflower, but it definitely doesn't bellow its presence either; applied judiciously, it would never be overpowering. You simply can't go wrong with No 5... it just fits for every occasion.

Side note on the comparison to L'Aimant: No 5 is much less sweet and powdery.

Dion's real international breakthrough came when she duetted with Peabo Bryson on the title track to Disney 's animated film Beauty and the Beast (1991). [20] It became her first top-ten hit in the UK and her second top-ten hit in the US. The song earned its songwriters an Academy Award for Best Song and gave Dion her first Grammy Award for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal . [9] "Beauty and the Beast" served as the lead single from Dion's 1992 self-titled album , which, like her debut, had a strong pop rock influence combined with elements of soul and classical music. Owing to the success of the lead-off single and her collaborations with David Foster and Diane Warren , the album was even more well-received commercially than Unison ; it received diamond record in Canada and double platinum in the US. The album's second single " If You Asked Me To " (a cover of Patti LaBelle 's song from the 1989 movie Licence to Kill ) became her first number-one single in Canada and peaked at number four on the US Billboard Hot 100 .

Ingenue - Lolita EP