Rainy Street Scene by Debra Hurd at dailypaintings.com
I’m in New York!
Photography, fashion, and perfume reviews on the way!
New York! Then it WOULD be fair to expect perfume reviews.
I LOVE the picture of New York that you used. And as formaggio mentioned, I, too,
look forward to reviews of perfume, fashion and always more writing and photos.
Have a great time.
Fashion Week, no? There have been the usual newspaper photos of models wearing puzzling clothes. They remind me of those perfumes where the concept ignores reality – or at least baffles me. I’m aware that clothing concepts are translated, but a perfume is the final product.
Which is more objective: clothing appreciation, or perfume appreciation?
The democratic argument would be that clothing appreciation is more objective because more people appreciate clothing than perfume in general. Perfume concepts build upon other perfumes the same way fashion builds upon past fashion. You can also layer perfume to give it your own individual meaning, based on the other perfumes you layer with it. Just like you’d do with clothes.
I’m tempted to say that fashion and perfume have similar artistic purposes: namely to express your individual taste and show your personality through doing so. But because clothing is necessary to cover your body I’d probably say that clothing appreciation is more objective based on how well the garment serves the purpose of physical comfort.
I especially appreciate your response because I truly wouldn’t know how to answer my question of September 11. For example, when a person is concerned about how they present themselves in public – meaning they are attempting to make an objective assessment of themselves, their choices are still their own, absent a strict uniform requirement. And that would apply to both clothing and scent.
Many of us are learning that the safe bet these days is to skip the scent. That is purely objective.
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