Kickstart your career with a little help from scent!


It’s back to school for some and back to work for the rest of us. If you’re anything like us, you’re probably looking forward to making some major changes this fall. How can you use scent to stack the odds in your favour? Let us show you how. Whether you’re looking for a total change of career or just want to get a jumpstart on your current position, we’ve got you covered with fragrances that will inspire and empower you.

Having a selection of scents at your fingertips will make it easier to pick the perfect one to boost your mood and mindset. We can’t promise you a promotion, but we guarantee you’ll be the best smelling person in the office.

The important interview

Pro tip:

Choose a scent that’s fresh, kind and makes a good impression - and you will, too.

 

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Gallivant takes you along to the colorful city of Tel Aviv. It exudes luxury, like a steam room made of marble and brass. A clear and fruity introduction with a floral base that softens your heart—just like Tel Aviv itself.


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Gallivant visits Berlin. A fresh and gritty bohemian mashup where light and dark meet. Zingy grapefruit and lemon play against the steel and concrete of brutalist apartment blocks. Grounded by black tea and vetiver, with a hint of leather and smoke.

The super negotiation

Pro tip:

On on the offence. Still a bit of woody warmth to show your willingness to negotiate.

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WD/18 by Patricia Bilodeau is a modern and woody olfactory trip created to enhance focus and awaken your intuition. A base of sandalwood warms and nourishes. Rich orris root enhances at the heart. And a fusion of sparkling pear and spicy cardamom uplift at the top.


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In Nordic Cedar, Maya Njie skilfully blends cardamom, patchouli and cedarwood into a fragrant and spicy scent with musk and amber as a soft foundation. Grounded, yet ethereal.

The after work

Pro tip:

Let your hair down and loosen your tie with a bit of spice and a hint of fruity fun.

 

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1900 L’Heure de Proust remembers the prominent French novelist with a steamy oriental bouquet. Perfect after an indulgent day at the bath house. Blueberry and grapefruit divinely intertwine with heart notes of black tea, violet and leather. Secrets are whispered in mate and vanilla. Time slows, and tea is served.


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Maasai Mara is a warm and spicy blend that charts a journey on the skin through the untamed lands it was named after. Assertive musk and cinnamon melt ceremoniously in an encounter with honeyed plum, dried fruit and Egyptian blue chamomile. Traces of rock rose twigs and South African buchu leave the trail charged with mystery.

The focus needed

Pro tip:

When your focus needs to be laser sharp, a deceptively simple scent can help.

 

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Les Fleurs inspireras av Minnie Rippertons låt med samma namn. Ett imponerande register, som är lätt och lyckligt. En lättjefull ledig dag. I skuggan finns fikonens saftiga grönska, glittrande citrus och krämiga magnoliablad.


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Optico Profumo have stripped down both bottle design and number of scent notes in BSX. It was first launched in Milan at the 2018 Esxence scent fair, and it contains only the powerful yet mysterious molecule Amber Xtreme. You. Need. This.

The creative flow

Pro tip:

Get your creative juices flowing by wearing a work of art and admire its skilful structure.

 

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Milky Musk / 39 is a rare and supple concoction. At once elusive and familiar. The distinctive warmth of sandalwood unwinds to reveal a soft reincarnation of milk and musk. Endlessly intriguing to wear and behold. It meets your skin with an embrace, melts in then evolves.


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The 2017 grand launch from French perfume genius Pierre Guillaume’s scent collection— ‘Huitième Art’—is an incomparable splash of fruity chords, woody notes and musty spices. Will this scent change your life?

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