Lanier Smith is a remarkable man and a very great friend of The Perfumed Dandy.
He is also responsible for the truly exquisite site Scents Memory a collection of meditations on matters fragrant through the medium of remembrance.
Encompassing, film, travel and extraordinary personal stories in its perfumed posts it is one of most the moving and inspiring of all the blogs on the scented block.
For all of these reasons, and because he’s a pleasure to correspond with I’m delighted that Lanier Smith is the subject of the very first Sunday Supplement Inteview.
Q. I heard until quite recently you were a one cologne sort of a fellow. How so? And which fragrance was yours?
The first perfume I ever smelled was Evening in Paris by Bourjois. You know in the little blue bottle with the silver cap. The perfume Addie Loggins slathered herself with in…
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I enjoyed the interview. Your site is so interesting Mr. Dandy, and I will check out Lanier Smith’s site as well. I am very interested in fragrance as the medium of remembrance (and vision). It is the aspect of fragrance that attracts me the most.
I am so pleased that you like what you see so far. I only hope that the bar raised thus high the Dandy doesn’t fall at the next hurdle!
The Perfumed Dandy