Thursday, July 21, 2005
Style File: Susanne Lang Parfumerie
Chances are you have a favorite perfume you probably wear all the time. And chances are that same perfume is somebody else's favorite. In tonight's Style File we're gonna show you how to create your own signature scent.
WSVN--Let's face it girls there's something sexy about the scent of a woman. Maybe that's why celebrities like Jenifer Lopez, Britney Spears and Beyonce each have their own perfume lines. But you don't have to be a superstar diva to have your own eau de parfum!
Amy Castillo of Susanne Lange Parfumerie: "It's really kind of your invisible accessory. It's one of a kind fragrance. No one else is going to be wearing what you are wearing."
That's because with Susanne Lange Parfumerie you get to make it yourself. The customized perfume line lets you mix and match exotic oils into your own special one of a kind scent.
Amy Castillo: "What Susanne has done is she has come up with a palatte based of 80 different fragrances."
From Indian chai spices to eucalyptus from the blue mountains of Australia, the fragrances come from all over the world.
Amy Castillo: "She's just travelled all over the world and that's what really enticed her to start a line like this."
Want to feel sexy? Spritz on some red ginger.
Amy Castillo: "Red ginger is very very hot, it's very very elusive. It's probably the sexiest fragrance that we have."
Coconut and pink grapefruit? Why not. Believe it or not, scents you never thought could go together smell superb. And blending your own aroma is easy. All you do is take an oil you like, pour a few drops into a bottle, and keep adding oils until you find a scent that suits your style.
Amy Castillo: "Everything is pre-measured and then we just continue to top it off."
And guys don't feel left out...The palette features musty masculine scents as well.
Amy Castillo: "A lot of men like amberwood, pachouile is very, very popular."
Body oils, shampoos, body lotions, perfumes -- you can do it all. And why not have it all smell unique -- like you.
Amy Castillo: "It's based on your own preference, what makes you happy, what makes you feel stronger and that's what we've designed it off of."
Susanne Lange perfumes are sold at Saks Fifth Avenue and start at $45 for the shower gels and lotions and about $ for the perfumes.
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Saks Fifth Avenue
Bal Harbour Shops
9600 Collins Avenue