Friday, October 19, 2007

New packaging for fragrances by Michael Storer

My friend Michael Storer has recently changed all of his fragrances to eau de parfum strength and put them in brand new beautiful packaging. Monk is now darker, more incense-y and richer, while Djin and Il Giardino have been adjusted to meet the requests of his customers. I urge you to visit his website and see his great new lineup.

http://www.michaelstorer.com/

6 comments:

Andy said...

Will do so...
but first I wish you a nice weekend.
Enjoy...and when will your bottles hit the market?

Jenny said...

Hi Andy,

I have four fragrances that are almost finished. I know I'm a bit slow, but I don't want to launch them if I think they are not finished yet. I could launch twelve perfumes if I want to, but I'm not in a hurry. I rather work some more on them than launch them unfinished. I'm not easy satisfied and always try to make my fragrances better.

I think I'll be ready in a half year from now to launch four or five fragrances. I don't want to launch only one fragrance when I start. Wow, then it took me 9 years to launch my first fragrances.

Have a nice weekend too!

pinky said...

really luxury !! ^_^
perfume tips

chayaruchama said...

Well- look at how long Vero labored before she released hers !

I'd rather smell a few "stunners"
than a new "meh" scent every few months...

Jenny said...

Hi Chaya,

I totally agree. What's the use of launching perfumes which only smell 'so so'. It's not about how many fragrances you offer but about offering something special, something different, a fragrance that will touch people, fragrances you are proud of.

Anonymous said...

Hi Jenny, during the process of perfume making does it always involve with alchohol and animal shortening? I'm allergic to these two. Any other alternative can I consider? I really LOVE perfume.