Cleopatra’s Perfume Recreated – A Scent That Once Masked The Odor Of Sour Donkey Milk!

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Two professors in Hawaii have recreated a range of ancient perfumes including the scent worn by the legendary Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt, which are all on exhibition in a National Geographic exhibit. Evidence of perfume production has been found in Syria dating back 7,000 years and hieroglyphics tell us that Ancient Egyptians began manufacturing perfume around 3,000 BC as […]

A shoe story: Flora, fauna, travel and more themes that are making Fizzy Goblet a fashion favourite

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Fizzy Goblet, founded in 2014 by a spunky young designer Laksheeta Govil, is fast becoming a name synonymous with cool and quirky Indian footwear. From juttis to brogues to loafers and more, Fizzy Goblet has given a new meaning to traditional footwear that ladies across ages can sport. There’s a […]