Thierry Mugler Angel Sucree EDT Perfume Review

Angel Eau Sucree Perfume

Mainstream Monday – Sniffing a Popular (Limited Edition) Perfume

The world has a million and one Mugler Angel flankers; yet, every time I hear of a new one, I want to try it. Why? Because I think the Thierry Mugler flankers are often “better” than the originals. Don’t get me wrong, I love the Originals, but I tend to like the subtle differences in the flankers.

Angel Eau Sucrée is 2014’s summer limited edition of Angel. It’s one of those “childhood memories”, sweet and… Continue reading | 2 Comments


Thierry Mugler Alien Eau Extraordinaire EDP Perfume Review

Mugler Alien Extraordinaire

Mainstream Monday: Sniffing a Popular Perfume

I have always admired Thierry Mugler perfumes. They are an excellent extension of the fashion house and for designer “mainstream” perfumes, these perfumes take a risk. And we rarely ever see a risk being taken in the mainstream perfume world. I’ve always appreciated Mugler Alien but it’s one that I could never ever wear. Alien is a huge white floral that brought to mind 90210 and big early 90’s hair to me…and I have no clue why. I… Continue reading | 13 Comments


Thierry Mugler Angel Aqua Chic EDT Perfume Review

Mugler Angel Aqua Chic 2013

Mainstream Monday: Sniffing a Popular (Limited Edition) Perfume

In the fragrance world, there are two types of people. Those that love Angel and those that hate Angel. You need to know that I’m an Angel lover. I rarely ever where it but I really admire it as a non-conformist composition. And I like patchouli. Mugler Angel, regardless of how polarizing it is to people’s sniffers, is a classic now. We’ve seen copycats and many flankers. Angel Aqua Chic 2013 is “eau de toilette légére”, a… Continue reading | 3 Comments

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Thierry Mugler A*Men EDT Fragrance Video Review

Mainstream Monday: Sniffing a Popular Perfume

He mops up the floor. Back and forth. Back and forth. Lavender fumes. He thinks about her. She’s all he ever thinks about. Her eyes. Her hands. The smell of her hair as she rests on his chest.

Door slams. Garbage doesn’t take out itself. A rush of hot air follows into the building.

He’d ask her father if he could marry her. He can’t work up the nerve. There’s no way he’ll approve of her marrying a man that wears a hairnet all day. He works hard but… Continue reading | 6 Comments