It’s not just today’s media that reports on scandalous stories of foreign decadence that probably aren’t true. In 1912 the New York Times reported that Parisian women were injecting perfume into themselves. Sounds like a good idea to me.
A team of three Melbourne-based artists win the award for Most Materialistic Consumers of Consumer Goods Ever, after working with a French fragrance lab to develop––I kid you not––Eau de MacBook Pro. »
As if Smirnoff Ices weren't targeted enough, these perfume-shaped wine bottles have gone on sale in Europe, with three "novel" flavors to choose from—jasmine, rose, and violet. Because what girl doesn't want their breath to smell of roses? »
Apparently Patrick McCarthy, a vice president of sales at Microsoft, has an odd side project: Convincing people that buying his money-scented perfumes and colognes will make them feel more confident. »
I always thought 4D was time, but according to the fashionable people at Ralph Lauren, 4D is actually perfume wafting out of huge projected-upon stores. Even if you're dressed in hoody and jeans, you'll still find this quite impressive. »
It must be puzzling, working for a perfume company and trying to figure out how to market it to internet users. Brazilian company Kaiak found the most amazing solution to show people just how good (I'm presuming) their cologne is. »
A perfume called Conquest which comes in a credit card made of steel, capable of storing 20 milliliters of musk-loaded liquid? Atomize it away, Mr. Spitzer, because this seems like the perfect addition to the wallets of punters, NY state ex-governors or anyone with perfume-to-go needs. Whoever you are. [Tuvie] »
Smell-o-vision was something previously reserved for cartoons and other gags. Well, Samsung has done the unthinkable and is actually developing a smell-o-phone. This phone will release "smell tones" upon incoming calls. According to the patent documentation the type and amount of perfume can be controlled. Thanks,… »