What the fragrance experts are wearing

In search of a new signature scent? We asked the fragrance experts to share their current favourite perfumes

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Bahar Niramwalla, writer and beauty expert at The Globe and Mail

“I love soft, sweet and clean scents for day and, for even­ing, scents with a unique kick. In my current roster for daytime is Prada Candy Florale. For night, Calvin Klein’s Euphoria Gold for women is warm and long-lasting.”

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Denyse Beaulieu, Paris-based author of the memoir The Perfume Lover

“I’m wearing Good Girl Gone Bad by Kilian at the moment. I like to call it ‘big ball of flower’-because it feels like this large, cottony, fluffy ball that’s centred on a Chinese flower.”

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Jan Moran, San Diego-based author of the upcoming novel Scent of Triumph (March 2015)

“When writing historical fiction, I like vintage: I wore Mitsouko, Shalimar and Vol de Nuit as I wrote my book. Now I’m writing a new book set in the 1950s, so I’m wearing Diorissimo, created in the ’50s and still produced.”

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Nathalie Atkinson, culture columnist for The Globe and Mail

“Coco Noir by Chanel is an oriental, which I enjoy when it’s colder out. I like saffron a lot; it has that close-to-the skin warmth, and it’s creamy. I wear Safran Troublant by L’Artisan Parfumeur and Saffron Cologne Intense by Jo Malone.”

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