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Coleção Make B. Modern Asia O Boticário

   Hoje vim mostrar pra vocês um lançamento de O Boticário, a Coleção Make B. Modern Asia. Uma coleção com cores e texturas que marcam a tendência de 2017. O que o mundo viu nas passarelas dos mais recentes desfiles internacionais chega para a maquiagem das brasileiras. 

Coleção Make B. Modern Asia

   O Boticário foi até o Oriente buscar inspiração para a nova coleção de sua linha premium de maquiagem. Make B. Modern Asia surpreende com uma explosão de cores e itens must have da temporada. Elas carregam o mood da Ásia Pop traduzido para o dia a dia da mulher urbana e moderna. Make B. Modern Asia  está disponível nas lojas, no e-commerce e com as revendedoras do Boticário desde, em edição limitada.

Coleção Make B. Modern Asia

   “Conectar nossas consumidoras com o universo asiático, que mistura tradição e modernidade, foi nosso ponto de partida para criar Make B. Modern Asia. Uma coleção que traduz as últimas tendências de maquiagem em cores, texturas e diferentes formas de aplicação para produções sofisticadas e contemporâneas”, explica Mirele Martinez, gerente da categoria de maquiagem do Boticário.

Make B. Modern Asia Batons

   Uma das principais tendências apresentadas na coleção Make B. Modern Asia é a volta do brilho nos lábios. Com uma composição que alia hidratação, textura cremosa e alta pigmentação, os novos batons deixam os lábios com uma cor intensa e um efeito brilhoso. E para as lovers do mate, a coleção traz novos batons líquidos com fórmula inédita, que confere uma sensação de conforto nos lábios.

Coleção Make B. Modern Asia batom

   Batom Perfeito Super Creamy Make B. possui uma textura cremosa, e hidratação prolongada de 48 horas. Tem um super efeito de brilho e Vitamina E com ação antioxidante que combate os radicais livres. Preço sugerido: R$ 45,90

Make B. Modern Asia Batons Líquidos

   O Batom Líquido Efeito Matte Make B. possui fórmula inédita, efeito super matte e duração de 10 horas. Preço sugerido: R$ 37,90

Coleção Make B. Modern Asia batom liquido

Make B. Modern Asia Pigmento Para olhos

   Outro produto de destaque da nova coleção é o Pigmento para olhos Make B. que possui uma textura ultrafina e alta pigmentação e cobertura desde a primeira aplicação. Com acabamento metalizado, ele pode ser usado sozinho ou para dar aquele toque final na make. Prático, é novidade no mercado nacional ao oferecer pigmento para olhos já com aplicador. Preço sugerido: R$ 54,90

Coleção Make B. Modern Asia pigmento para olhos

Make B. Modern Asia Quarteto de Sombras

   Ainda para os olhos, Make B. traz um quarteto de sombras com acabamento Duo effect + que possibilita dois efeitos: fosco e metalizado. Sua textura aveludada facilita a aplicação e a fusão com outras cores. Pode ser aplicado com pincel seco ou úmido e é super pigmentado. As caixinhas que comportam os produtos são tão fofas que você não vai querer jogar fora. Preço sugerido: R$ 75,90

Coleção Make B. Modern Asia quarteto de sombras

Make B. Modern Asia Delineador Líquido

   E para finalizar um olhar marcante, o Delineador Líquido Shine Onix Make B. que vem com um aplicador de silicone para facilitar o traço com um acabamento perfeito. Possui secagem rápida, longa duração por até 10 horas e incrível efeito de brilho. Preço sugerido: R$ 33,90

Coleção Make B. Modern Asia delineador

Make B. Modern Asia Esmaltes

   Para as unhas, Make B. conta com o Esmalte Gel Like. Sua fórmula inovadora proporciona um acabamento em gel sem aplicação de luz UV, secagem rápida e ainda é 5free: livre de Tolueno, Formaldeído, Dibutilftalato, resina de Formaldeído e Cânfora.

Coleção Make B. Modern Asia esmalte

   E para ficar com o esmalte impecável por mais tempo, a coleção apresenta o Top Color Repair que corrige pequenas imperfeições e arranhados na unha esmaltada em questão de segundos, além de devolver o brilho e realçar a cor. Assim como o Gel Like, também tem fórmula 5free. Preço sugerido: R$ 17,90

Make B. Modern Asia Des. Colônia + Necessaire

   Make B. também apresenta uma fragrância que traduz o mood da coleção, Make B. Modern Asia Des. Colônia. Uma combinação de notas frescas e cítricas com um exclusivo acorde Nihon, que remete a uma tarde quente e florida na Terra do Sol Nascente com suas notas amadeiradas, resultando em uma fragrância apaixonante que traduz a tendência olfativa da estação. Disponível também na versão de bolsa. Preço sugerido: R$ 135,00. 

Coleção Make B. Modern Asia perfume e necessaire

 E para deixar a produção ainda mais completa, a coleção conta com uma necessaire estilizada que comporta itens de maquiagem, inclusive pincéis, a Necessaire Make B. que pode ser usada como clutch. A embalagem da coleção é um destaque à parte e torna Make B. Modern Asia ainda mais desejável. Os frascos da fragrância, dos batons líquidos e da nécessaire trazem a figura inspirada nas kokeshi, as tradicionais bonecas japonesas. Preço sugerido: R$ 49,90 

Coleção Make B. Modern Asia 2

   O Boticário como sempre encantando nossos olhos com seus lançamentos fofos. Os produtos já estão disponíveis no site de O Boticário e com certeza vou garantir ao menos um dos produtos porque fiquei apaixonada. E vocês, gostaram das novidades? Me contem!

 

  • Coleção Make B. Barbie Edition (aqui)

Look do Dia Mãe e Filha Festa da Andressa

   Quase não tenho postado Look do Dia Mãe e Filha aqui no blog. Então como tínhamos a festa da minha amiga Andressa Chaban resolvemos postar as fotos do look que usamos. A qualidade não está das melhores porque já estava escuro, mas espero que gostem mesmo assim.

Look do Dia Mãe e Filha

   Quando minha amiga Andressa nos convidou pra festa de aniversário dela bateu o desespero. O que usar? Fui correndo providenciar um look que ficasse bonito e que fosse quentinho porque estava frio. Então partiu shopping! Fui até a Riachuelo e lá encontrei esse look que amei.

Look do Dia Mãe e Filha Glaucia

   Eu estou usando uma legging de couro na parte da frente e com detalhes em zíper que vestiu muito bem. A blusa de lurex tem manga longa e um decote nas costas que acabei não mostrando. O scarpin de verniz eu já tinha e achei que deu um ar chique ao look. Os acessórios, no caso o colar, eu também já tinha e achei que casou certinho. 

Look do Dia Mãe e Filha eu 4

Look do Dia Mãe e Filha eu 3

Look do Dia Mãe e Filha eu 2

Look do Dia Mãe e Filha eu

Calça: Riachuelo | Blusa: Riachuelo | Scarpin: Beira Rio Conforto | Acessórios: C&A

Look do Dia Mãe e Filha Júlia

   A Júlia está usando uma legging metade couro com vários recortes na frente que a princípio ela não tinha gostado muito. Mas foi só vestir e ver como ficou linda no corpo que mudou de ideia. A blusa peludinha com paetês é um charme que ela também não tinha curtido, mas depois gostou.  E o scarpin nude com salto baixo porque ela não gosta muito de salto alto que completou o visual. O look completo dela foi da C&A.

Look do Dia Mãe e Filha julia 4

Look do Dia Mãe e Filha julia 3

Look do Dia Mãe e Filha julia 2

Look do Dia Mãe e Filha Julia

Calça: C&A | Blusa: C&A | Scarpin: C&A 

   A festa foi linda e muito divertida, e os look fizeram o maior sucesso. E vocês, o que acharam dos looks, gostaram? Quero saber a opinião de vocês aqui nos comentários. Beijos!

 

  • Look do Dia com a Júlia (aqui)
  • Look do Dia pra Formatura da Júlia (aqui)

The Way to Wear a Camel Coat Like an A-Lister

There are many elements of Charlotte D’Alessio’s life that read like a teenager’s fairy tale. Instagram didn’t exist when I was in high school, but I imagine I’d be pretty fascinated by the beautiful, leggy 17-year-old with more than 174,000 followers and a Wilhelmina Models contract, too. For the legions of aspiring Cool Teens™, D’Alessio, who has been modeling full-time for the last year, is living the dream — though her Cinderella story has been anything but conventional.

At Coachella in 2015, pictures of D’Alessio (above, right) and her friend, 18-year-old model Josie Canseco (left), flooded the Internet, winding up on places like the festival’s official Twitter and The Cobra Snake’s Instagram, among others. BuzzFeed spoke to D’Alessio soon after, resulting in a viral article that has since garnered 1,479,600 views. Wilhelmina reached out to D’Alessio from there, and the rest is history. In the 12 months since D’Alessio was discovered, the Canada native has landed a slew of commercial campaigns, left Beverly Hills High School to pursue homeschooling and launched a YouTube channel with her friend and fellow model, Abby Champion. And with a secret project in the works for this summer, I imagine that D’Alessio’s stake in the California modeling pantheon will only deepen.

On the eve of Coachella 2016’s first weekend, I hopped on the phone with D’Alessio to get caught up on the last year of her life, from her social media strategy to her dream campaign.

 

You obviously gained a lot of attention at Coachella last year. What can you tell me about your experience there?

I went with my friend Josie — it was my first year going — and we barely took photos. I think we took 10 photos, but people really responded to them. They ended up everywhere. I saw them on Facebook, and not just [from] friends, but random people posting them. And then The Weeknd and the Coachella Twitter reposted [one of their photos]. It was so surreal because I was just a normal girl from Canada who was going to Coachella. I had, like, 16,000 [Instagram] followers, and now it’s [174,000].

Coachella really got me started in modeling. Wilhelmina reached out to me from the [BuzzFeed] article — that’s how they saw me.

Fragrance is great, but it’s hard to write or read about because your computer screen isn’t scratch and sniff—also because I can’t talk about base notes or top notes without feeling like a fancy sommelier. I prefer to think of fragrance in terms of anthropology, which is much more fun. Have you ever thought about your personal fragrance history? Well, here’s mine.

 

02

 

And when Wilhelmina reached out to you, how did you feel about going forward with the process?

Basically every single one of my friends in L.A. is a model, with Next or Wilhelmina or whatever it is. I was the non-model in the friend group because I wanted to go to UCLA. I didn’t have that much of an interest — well, I had an interest, but I didn’t think I would be successful so I didn’t really pursue it.

When they asked me to come in, I went with my dad because I was 16. I almost didn’t sign because I was so scared. But I’m happy I ended up signing with them, because they’ve been a really great agency. I had the contract in my room for two days — like, I was scared they were going to tell me to cut my hair or lose weight or something like that, but they’ve been so supportive. They never told me to change anything.

 

Fifth Grade: Tommy Boy

I’m not kidding, I won Tommy Boy after I aced a quiz contest in Sunday School. The ultimate bounty. If you find yourself deep in the attic of my parent’s house, and you pay close attention, you might be able to smell it.

 

Puberty: Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

Don’t even pretend like you didn’t.

 

College: Kenzo Homme Sport

My college years were timed with the heyday of the Kenzo sweatshirt, so this was a very fancy scent to own. You can now buy it for $30 on Amazon.

 

I can look back at them like a tiny museum of me that smells really good—literally, because I still have them all. But enough about me and how (great) I smell. I want to know your fragrance history—tell me what scents you love and why you love them. Tell me when you wear them, and how you apply them, and why they’re special to you. Tell me everything.

 

—Brennan Kilbane

Photo via ITG.

A Celebrity Guide to Wearing White Denim

There are many elements of Charlotte D’Alessio’s life that read like a teenager’s fairy tale. Instagram didn’t exist when I was in high school, but I imagine I’d be pretty fascinated by the beautiful, leggy 17-year-old with more than 174,000 followers and a Wilhelmina Models contract, too. For the legions of aspiring Cool Teens™, D’Alessio, who has been modeling full-time for the last year, is living the dream — though her Cinderella story has been anything but conventional.

At Coachella in 2015, pictures of D’Alessio (above, right) and her friend, 18-year-old model Josie Canseco (left), flooded the Internet, winding up on places like the festival’s official Twitter and The Cobra Snake’s Instagram, among others. BuzzFeed spoke to D’Alessio soon after, resulting in a viral article that has since garnered 1,479,600 views. Wilhelmina reached out to D’Alessio from there, and the rest is history. In the 12 months since D’Alessio was discovered, the Canada native has landed a slew of commercial campaigns, left Beverly Hills High School to pursue homeschooling and launched a YouTube channel with her friend and fellow model, Abby Champion. And with a secret project in the works for this summer, I imagine that D’Alessio’s stake in the California modeling pantheon will only deepen.

On the eve of Coachella 2016’s first weekend, I hopped on the phone with D’Alessio to get caught up on the last year of her life, from her social media strategy to her dream campaign.

 

You obviously gained a lot of attention at Coachella last year. What can you tell me about your experience there?

I went with my friend Josie — it was my first year going — and we barely took photos. I think we took 10 photos, but people really responded to them. They ended up everywhere. I saw them on Facebook, and not just [from] friends, but random people posting them. And then The Weeknd and the Coachella Twitter reposted [one of their photos]. It was so surreal because I was just a normal girl from Canada who was going to Coachella. I had, like, 16,000 [Instagram] followers, and now it’s [174,000].

Coachella really got me started in modeling. Wilhelmina reached out to me from the [BuzzFeed] article — that’s how they saw me.

Fragrance is great, but it’s hard to write or read about because your computer screen isn’t scratch and sniff—also because I can’t talk about base notes or top notes without feeling like a fancy sommelier. I prefer to think of fragrance in terms of anthropology, which is much more fun. Have you ever thought about your personal fragrance history? Well, here’s mine.

 

02

 

And when Wilhelmina reached out to you, how did you feel about going forward with the process?

Basically every single one of my friends in L.A. is a model, with Next or Wilhelmina or whatever it is. I was the non-model in the friend group because I wanted to go to UCLA. I didn’t have that much of an interest — well, I had an interest, but I didn’t think I would be successful so I didn’t really pursue it.

When they asked me to come in, I went with my dad because I was 16. I almost didn’t sign because I was so scared. But I’m happy I ended up signing with them, because they’ve been a really great agency. I had the contract in my room for two days — like, I was scared they were going to tell me to cut my hair or lose weight or something like that, but they’ve been so supportive. They never told me to change anything.

 

Fifth Grade: Tommy Boy

I’m not kidding, I won Tommy Boy after I aced a quiz contest in Sunday School. The ultimate bounty. If you find yourself deep in the attic of my parent’s house, and you pay close attention, you might be able to smell it.

 

Puberty: Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

Don’t even pretend like you didn’t.

 

College: Kenzo Homme Sport

My college years were timed with the heyday of the Kenzo sweatshirt, so this was a very fancy scent to own. You can now buy it for $30 on Amazon.

 

I can look back at them like a tiny museum of me that smells really good—literally, because I still have them all. But enough about me and how (great) I smell. I want to know your fragrance history—tell me what scents you love and why you love them. Tell me when you wear them, and how you apply them, and why they’re special to you. Tell me everything.

 

—Brennan Kilbane

Photo via ITG.

Emily Ratajkowski Masters the Sexy-Chic Look

There are many elements of Charlotte D’Alessio’s life that read like a teenager’s fairy tale. Instagram didn’t exist when I was in high school, but I imagine I’d be pretty fascinated by the beautiful, leggy 17-year-old with more than 174,000 followers and a Wilhelmina Models contract, too. For the legions of aspiring Cool Teens™, D’Alessio, who has been modeling full-time for the last year, is living the dream — though her Cinderella story has been anything but conventional.

At Coachella in 2015, pictures of D’Alessio (above, right) and her friend, 18-year-old model Josie Canseco (left), flooded the Internet, winding up on places like the festival’s official Twitter and The Cobra Snake’s Instagram, among others. BuzzFeed spoke to D’Alessio soon after, resulting in a viral article that has since garnered 1,479,600 views. Wilhelmina reached out to D’Alessio from there, and the rest is history. In the 12 months since D’Alessio was discovered, the Canada native has landed a slew of commercial campaigns, left Beverly Hills High School to pursue homeschooling and launched a YouTube channel with her friend and fellow model, Abby Champion. And with a secret project in the works for this summer, I imagine that D’Alessio’s stake in the California modeling pantheon will only deepen.

On the eve of Coachella 2016’s first weekend, I hopped on the phone with D’Alessio to get caught up on the last year of her life, from her social media strategy to her dream campaign.

 

You obviously gained a lot of attention at Coachella last year. What can you tell me about your experience there?

I went with my friend Josie — it was my first year going — and we barely took photos. I think we took 10 photos, but people really responded to them. They ended up everywhere. I saw them on Facebook, and not just [from] friends, but random people posting them. And then The Weeknd and the Coachella Twitter reposted [one of their photos]. It was so surreal because I was just a normal girl from Canada who was going to Coachella. I had, like, 16,000 [Instagram] followers, and now it’s [174,000].

Coachella really got me started in modeling. Wilhelmina reached out to me from the [BuzzFeed] article — that’s how they saw me.

Fragrance is great, but it’s hard to write or read about because your computer screen isn’t scratch and sniff—also because I can’t talk about base notes or top notes without feeling like a fancy sommelier. I prefer to think of fragrance in terms of anthropology, which is much more fun. Have you ever thought about your personal fragrance history? Well, here’s mine.

 

02

 

And when Wilhelmina reached out to you, how did you feel about going forward with the process?

Basically every single one of my friends in L.A. is a model, with Next or Wilhelmina or whatever it is. I was the non-model in the friend group because I wanted to go to UCLA. I didn’t have that much of an interest — well, I had an interest, but I didn’t think I would be successful so I didn’t really pursue it.

When they asked me to come in, I went with my dad because I was 16. I almost didn’t sign because I was so scared. But I’m happy I ended up signing with them, because they’ve been a really great agency. I had the contract in my room for two days — like, I was scared they were going to tell me to cut my hair or lose weight or something like that, but they’ve been so supportive. They never told me to change anything.

 

Fifth Grade: Tommy Boy

I’m not kidding, I won Tommy Boy after I aced a quiz contest in Sunday School. The ultimate bounty. If you find yourself deep in the attic of my parent’s house, and you pay close attention, you might be able to smell it.

 

Puberty: Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

Don’t even pretend like you didn’t.

 

College: Kenzo Homme Sport

My college years were timed with the heyday of the Kenzo sweatshirt, so this was a very fancy scent to own. You can now buy it for $30 on Amazon.

 

I can look back at them like a tiny museum of me that smells really good—literally, because I still have them all. But enough about me and how (great) I smell. I want to know your fragrance history—tell me what scents you love and why you love them. Tell me when you wear them, and how you apply them, and why they’re special to you. Tell me everything.

 

—Brennan Kilbane

Photo via ITG.

How Emily Ratajkowski Styles Flared Jeans

There are many elements of Charlotte D’Alessio’s life that read like a teenager’s fairy tale. Instagram didn’t exist when I was in high school, but I imagine I’d be pretty fascinated by the beautiful, leggy 17-year-old with more than 174,000 followers and a Wilhelmina Models contract, too. For the legions of aspiring Cool Teens™, D’Alessio, who has been modeling full-time for the last year, is living the dream — though her Cinderella story has been anything but conventional.

At Coachella in 2015, pictures of D’Alessio (above, right) and her friend, 18-year-old model Josie Canseco (left), flooded the Internet, winding up on places like the festival’s official Twitter and The Cobra Snake’s Instagram, among others. BuzzFeed spoke to D’Alessio soon after, resulting in a viral article that has since garnered 1,479,600 views. Wilhelmina reached out to D’Alessio from there, and the rest is history. In the 12 months since D’Alessio was discovered, the Canada native has landed a slew of commercial campaigns, left Beverly Hills High School to pursue homeschooling and launched a YouTube channel with her friend and fellow model, Abby Champion. And with a secret project in the works for this summer, I imagine that D’Alessio’s stake in the California modeling pantheon will only deepen.

On the eve of Coachella 2016’s first weekend, I hopped on the phone with D’Alessio to get caught up on the last year of her life, from her social media strategy to her dream campaign.

 

You obviously gained a lot of attention at Coachella last year. What can you tell me about your experience there?

I went with my friend Josie — it was my first year going — and we barely took photos. I think we took 10 photos, but people really responded to them. They ended up everywhere. I saw them on Facebook, and not just [from] friends, but random people posting them. And then The Weeknd and the Coachella Twitter reposted [one of their photos]. It was so surreal because I was just a normal girl from Canada who was going to Coachella. I had, like, 16,000 [Instagram] followers, and now it’s [174,000].

Coachella really got me started in modeling. Wilhelmina reached out to me from the [BuzzFeed] article — that’s how they saw me.

Fragrance is great, but it’s hard to write or read about because your computer screen isn’t scratch and sniff—also because I can’t talk about base notes or top notes without feeling like a fancy sommelier. I prefer to think of fragrance in terms of anthropology, which is much more fun. Have you ever thought about your personal fragrance history? Well, here’s mine.

 

02

 

And when Wilhelmina reached out to you, how did you feel about going forward with the process?

Basically every single one of my friends in L.A. is a model, with Next or Wilhelmina or whatever it is. I was the non-model in the friend group because I wanted to go to UCLA. I didn’t have that much of an interest — well, I had an interest, but I didn’t think I would be successful so I didn’t really pursue it.

When they asked me to come in, I went with my dad because I was 16. I almost didn’t sign because I was so scared. But I’m happy I ended up signing with them, because they’ve been a really great agency. I had the contract in my room for two days — like, I was scared they were going to tell me to cut my hair or lose weight or something like that, but they’ve been so supportive. They never told me to change anything.

 

Fifth Grade: Tommy Boy

I’m not kidding, I won Tommy Boy after I aced a quiz contest in Sunday School. The ultimate bounty. If you find yourself deep in the attic of my parent’s house, and you pay close attention, you might be able to smell it.

 

Puberty: Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

Don’t even pretend like you didn’t.

 

College: Kenzo Homme Sport

My college years were timed with the heyday of the Kenzo sweatshirt, so this was a very fancy scent to own. You can now buy it for $30 on Amazon.

 

I can look back at them like a tiny museum of me that smells really good—literally, because I still have them all. But enough about me and how (great) I smell. I want to know your fragrance history—tell me what scents you love and why you love them. Tell me when you wear them, and how you apply them, and why they’re special to you. Tell me everything.

 

—Brennan Kilbane

Photo via ITG.

The Color Every Celebrity Will Be Wearing

There are many elements of Charlotte D’Alessio’s life that read like a teenager’s fairy tale. Instagram didn’t exist when I was in high school, but I imagine I’d be pretty fascinated by the beautiful, leggy 17-year-old with more than 174,000 followers and a Wilhelmina Models contract, too. For the legions of aspiring Cool Teens™, D’Alessio, who has been modeling full-time for the last year, is living the dream — though her Cinderella story has been anything but conventional.

At Coachella in 2015, pictures of D’Alessio (above, right) and her friend, 18-year-old model Josie Canseco (left), flooded the Internet, winding up on places like the festival’s official Twitter and The Cobra Snake’s Instagram, among others. BuzzFeed spoke to D’Alessio soon after, resulting in a viral article that has since garnered 1,479,600 views. Wilhelmina reached out to D’Alessio from there, and the rest is history. In the 12 months since D’Alessio was discovered, the Canada native has landed a slew of commercial campaigns, left Beverly Hills High School to pursue homeschooling and launched a YouTube channel with her friend and fellow model, Abby Champion. And with a secret project in the works for this summer, I imagine that D’Alessio’s stake in the California modeling pantheon will only deepen.

On the eve of Coachella 2016’s first weekend, I hopped on the phone with D’Alessio to get caught up on the last year of her life, from her social media strategy to her dream campaign.

 

You obviously gained a lot of attention at Coachella last year. What can you tell me about your experience there?

I went with my friend Josie — it was my first year going — and we barely took photos. I think we took 10 photos, but people really responded to them. They ended up everywhere. I saw them on Facebook, and not just [from] friends, but random people posting them. And then The Weeknd and the Coachella Twitter reposted [one of their photos]. It was so surreal because I was just a normal girl from Canada who was going to Coachella. I had, like, 16,000 [Instagram] followers, and now it’s [174,000].

Coachella really got me started in modeling. Wilhelmina reached out to me from the [BuzzFeed] article — that’s how they saw me.

Fragrance is great, but it’s hard to write or read about because your computer screen isn’t scratch and sniff—also because I can’t talk about base notes or top notes without feeling like a fancy sommelier. I prefer to think of fragrance in terms of anthropology, which is much more fun. Have you ever thought about your personal fragrance history? Well, here’s mine.

 

02

 

And when Wilhelmina reached out to you, how did you feel about going forward with the process?

Basically every single one of my friends in L.A. is a model, with Next or Wilhelmina or whatever it is. I was the non-model in the friend group because I wanted to go to UCLA. I didn’t have that much of an interest — well, I had an interest, but I didn’t think I would be successful so I didn’t really pursue it.

When they asked me to come in, I went with my dad because I was 16. I almost didn’t sign because I was so scared. But I’m happy I ended up signing with them, because they’ve been a really great agency. I had the contract in my room for two days — like, I was scared they were going to tell me to cut my hair or lose weight or something like that, but they’ve been so supportive. They never told me to change anything.

 

Fifth Grade: Tommy Boy

I’m not kidding, I won Tommy Boy after I aced a quiz contest in Sunday School. The ultimate bounty. If you find yourself deep in the attic of my parent’s house, and you pay close attention, you might be able to smell it.

 

Puberty: Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

Don’t even pretend like you didn’t.

 

College: Kenzo Homme Sport

My college years were timed with the heyday of the Kenzo sweatshirt, so this was a very fancy scent to own. You can now buy it for $30 on Amazon.

 

I can look back at them like a tiny museum of me that smells really good—literally, because I still have them all. But enough about me and how (great) I smell. I want to know your fragrance history—tell me what scents you love and why you love them. Tell me when you wear them, and how you apply them, and why they’re special to you. Tell me everything.

 

—Brennan Kilbane

Photo via ITG.