3.12.2008

product of the day: muskmallow.


"there was an old lady who lived in a bottle..."

$39.50
from Family Tree.

8 comments:

Joanna Goddard said...

such pretty packaging. have you smelled it? xo

amber said...

gorgeous bottle, how does it smell?

ease between notches said...

You know this one is for me!

Kelly said...

man, do i have a weakness for perfume bottles!!! and this one is right up my alley....

Erin Tyner said...

I love that packaging!!! When I was a young girl I had a hard time using up my "pretty things". I got some bath oil beads from Santa one year that were so pretty I couldn't use them. They dried into little raisin-like lumps.

design for mankind. said...

OMG Erin--- I have the SAME problem! I used to save my chocolate easter rabbits until they would melt in the summer and I'd have to pitch them... :(

And for the nose-oriented... I have NO idea how it smells. :( But how bad could it be in a beauty like that? ;)

MARICHELLE said...

I remember back in the day when musk oil (from the street vendors in SOHO) was THE thing to wear. Unfortunately it never smelled as good on me as it did on my friends - maybe I should give it another shot!

Samantha said...

I love that silhou.

welcome.

because beauty lies in the details of design. in the pencil shavings, in the blueberry waffles. the vintage dress, framed portrait, old postcard.

design is inevitable. celebrated. design for mankind.

3.12.2008

product of the day: muskmallow.


"there was an old lady who lived in a bottle..."

$39.50
from Family Tree.

8 comments:

Joanna Goddard said...

such pretty packaging. have you smelled it? xo

amber said...

gorgeous bottle, how does it smell?

ease between notches said...

You know this one is for me!

Kelly said...

man, do i have a weakness for perfume bottles!!! and this one is right up my alley....

Erin Tyner said...

I love that packaging!!! When I was a young girl I had a hard time using up my "pretty things". I got some bath oil beads from Santa one year that were so pretty I couldn't use them. They dried into little raisin-like lumps.

design for mankind. said...

OMG Erin--- I have the SAME problem! I used to save my chocolate easter rabbits until they would melt in the summer and I'd have to pitch them... :(

And for the nose-oriented... I have NO idea how it smells. :( But how bad could it be in a beauty like that? ;)

MARICHELLE said...

I remember back in the day when musk oil (from the street vendors in SOHO) was THE thing to wear. Unfortunately it never smelled as good on me as it did on my friends - maybe I should give it another shot!

Samantha said...

I love that silhou.