Etat Libre d'Orange You or Someone Like You EDP - 7.5ml Manufacturer Atomizer Mini

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This listing is for a boxed 7.5ml manufacturer atomizer mini of Etat Libre d'Orange You or Someone Like You EDP. You or Someone Like You is a collaboration between Etat Libre d'Orange and Chandler Burr. Chandler Burr is the author of The Emperor of Scent and The Perfect Scent: A Year Inside the Perfume Industry in Paris & New York. He was also the perfume critic for The New York Times from August 2006 until the end of 2010. In December of 2010 he founded the Department of Olfactory Art at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York City. The fragrance features notes of rose, mint and herbs.

From Etat's website: 

You Or Someone Like You is not the ‘scent of LA’ or ‘the smell of the Hollywood Hills captured.’ It is not one of those olfactory synecdoches. It is, on the other hand, stylistically and in its technical construction what a Los Angeles woman would wear in my view. Caroline and I discussed this at each step during the creation process. It is contemporary, 21st century. It is LA, whatever that means, though in part it means the norms a scent would follow in a meeting at one of the agencies near Wilshire, at a studio, at a lunch in Bel Air or dinner off Beverly Drive. (The raw materials are completely irrelevant. The work is the work. If you need to know what it’s made of, don’t wear it; You is not for you.)

“My fictional Anne wears it; so presumably do thousands of other women. It represents her only in the way all such choices represent us. What it will be to you is for you to decide, obviously.”

— Chandler Burr



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