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Learning more about the scientific achievements that led to both categories’ ubiquity was eye-opening, but perfume can mean so much more than what’s in the bottle. For Hennessy, the connection between scent and memory runs deep—especially now. “When the future is uncertain, you turn to the past,” he says. “You want to relive those beautiful moments—we’ve all had them—and when you reminisce you know it’s going to be good.” At present, Hennessy is channeling his need for nostalgia into the creation of cologne made using techniques from the 1800s. The concept satisfies his inner history buff, but thoughts of his 90s childhood have played a role in his work. When creating Love Don’t Be Shy, his confection-inspired gourmand, he and perfumer Calice Becker looked to the ultimate sweet treat. “I wanted to create something so delicious and yummy it would make someone want to bite your neck, but I also wanted to move away from the Angel archetype,” he says. “One day [Calice] was making marshmallows for her kids using her grandmother’s recipe. She sent me the note and I just loved it, it was exactly what I was looking for. We all had marshmallows when we were kids and it just brings back so many beautiful memories.” No wonder it’s rumored to be Rihanna’s favorite perfume.
Since chatting with Hennessy, it’s been easier to merge my adult tastes with old-school whimsy. I don’t need to get into an eBay bidding war over the last bottle of a discontinued designer fragrance; there’s plenty of good stuff that’s easier to get ahold of. In Tom Ford’s newly launched Bitter Peach, I’ve found the saccharine pleasures of Angel’s patchouli and fruit combo reenergized with the addition of blood orange and boozy cognac. The unisex concept introduced by CK One kickstarted a movement and these days perfumes are no longer confined to ideas about gender. Initio Parfums Privés’ Rehab, another fashion-forward creation beloved by men and women alike, is the latest to win my affections. The polar opposite of CK’s freshness it skews woody with a hint of tobacco addictive as its name suggests. Neither concoction is a dupe or replica of an existing scent, but they allude to the past in ways that feel modern.The lure of Love Spell has been harder to sate. While the real deal Victoria’s Secret body spray no longer appeals to me, I haven’t been able to find anything that offers me the same level of fantasy. Killian’s Love Don’t Be Shy with its Rihanna associations comes close. Still, its irreverent marshmallow quality puts it into a separate (and more inventive) category, one that makes me enjoy it for its own merits. While it’s impossible to Google search for a perfume that makes you feel like you’re Adriana Lima, I’m still keeping an eye out. Who knows, maybe 2020’s nostalgia obsession will lead to a daring new fragrance that keeps us talking for decades.There’s simply no way to get around it: COVID-19 cases are rising exponentially around the country, including in cities like New York and Los Angeles that were particularly hard-hit when the disease first entered the U.S. this spring. Chicago is on lockdown as of Monday, hospitals in Missouri are turning people away, and another school shutdown looms in New York. While all of this horror unfolds, the question we all thought we’d definitively answered in March has returned with a vengeance: What do we do?In an ideal world, the federal government would take greater responsibility in helping the U.S. stem the tide of COVID-19 infections. Unfortunately, though, we still live in Trump’s America, and even liberal politicians like New York Mayor Bill de Blasio seem more concerned with issuing panicked exhortations on Twitter than shutting down indoor dining or taking any other meaningful steps to protect us.Once again, Americans find ourselves in the all-too-familiar predicament of expecting more from one another than we can from our elected leaders; it’s maddening, certainly, to feel our every individual choice imbued with so much potential harm, but right now, all we can do is try—haphazardly and imperfectly, if necessary—to keep each other safe.Right now, keeping ourselves and our communities safe looks different than it did even a few weeks ago. To avoid stigmatizing anyone else’s choices, I’ll submit myself as a test case; I’ve been seeing friends, albeit exclusively outdoors and with the benefit of masks and regular COVID-19 testing, since this summer. I’ve eaten in restaurants—always outside, but still—and I’ve gone on dates, even if they always came with readily exchanged negative test results.Overall, I consider myself a responsible, if occasionally flawed, adapter to these bizarre times, and a few weeks ago, I would have stood by any of the above choices; after all, we know that masks work, and that outdoors is far safer than indoors in most cases. As the positive rate in my home city of New York climbs toward 3%, though, I’ve once again learned to change my behavior overnight.
It was comforting to learn that the connection between perfumes and periods of time wasn’t just a quirk I’d developed. The signature scent of a particular decade is linked directly to developments within the fragrance industry. “There are two essential scents created at the beginning of the nineties, and they launched significant olfactive trends,” says Kilian fragrances founder and creative director Killian Hennessy. On the phone from Paris, Hennessy talked me through the art of perfumery and its intersection with science. “The first advance was Angel from Thierry Mugler, where they used a raw material called ethyl maltol, and that’s the sweet note,” he said. “It’s in Angel, Flowerbomb, and every sweet perfume on the market. It was revolutionary then, and if you look at the market today, you’ll see that [category] is alive and well.” A quick peek at the current best-selling perfumes at Sephora revealed a number of fragrances featuring notes straight out of a cookbook. (Hennessy’s own line specializes in EDPs that range from the coconut milk sweetness of Moonlight in Love to the boozy Black Phantom.)The lightweight transparency of Acqua di Gio and Pleasures also stemmed from technological advancements. “The other note that is symbolic of the 90s is calone; it’s the marine note used in Escape from Calvin Klein and Issey Miyake, which were created in 1990 and ’91. That aquatic element led to the entire 90s perfume style, which was very serene.” Of course, all that serenity through chemistry came with a downside: hundreds of releases that smelled nearly identical. “After a while, it became so easy to create a transparent fragrance because you had access to all these notes. You add a little bit of peach or pineapple, a little bit of rose, and basically you get every other perfume that came after,” he explained. “For 15 years, the market was oversaturated with transparent florals. Big brands had a hard time breaking from those olfactive structures. The reason why smaller perfumers were able to make an impact so quickly [in the early 2000s] was that consumers were tired of smelling either a sweet copy of Angel or a transparent perfume that was a copy of Pleasures.”
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