The New Acqua Di Parma Colonia Pura Fragrance

Craig reviews the new Acqua Di Parma Colonia Pura Eau De Cologne and hair and shower gel available at Debenhams

With its first fragrance created in Parma, Italy 100 years ago these guys know a lot about what it takes to make a good fragrance great. The Colonia Pura Eau De Cologne is a super fresh fragrance which bursts with citrus. This is the immediate hit that you get from this latest offering from Acqua Di Parma thanks to the orange and bergamot, and it’s very pleasant.

The citrus is quickly followed by a hint of coriander and Jasmine which continues the story of freshness, but the fragrance needs something to make it more masculine. This is provided by the cedar, patchouli and musk, all adding depth and a touch of sensuality to the proceedings.

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Scarves by Laslett England

Craig wears and styles a selection of beautiful scarves & pocket squares by Laslett England and offers readers an exclusive 20% discount.

designed, produced and hand finished right here in the UK, Melanie Laslett, founder of Laslett England takse a huge amount of pride in her collection. A fan of textiles, vintage and fashion, it was only a matter of time before Melanie started creating her own accessories.

Melanie has created a beautiful range of luxury scarves, some of which I want to share with you in this sponsored post. But she’s keen to make it clear that her designs transcend the sexes “The way men and women dress now is more interchangeable, men in particular are more aware of how they style themselves. Every design is my own original creation, a mix of many references, each with a hint of vintage”

Melanie creates a range of unisex scarves with vintage refrences

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Bremont Launch New Collection

Craig views the new limited edition 1918 collection of watches by Bremont at the stunning Imperial War Museum

in 2018 the British Royal Air Force celebrates 100 years of service. An incredible milestone, and one to be celebrated. To commemorate this, luxury watch brand Bremont have created a stunning collection of limited edition timepieces, and what better place to unveil them than the Imperial War Museum!

As the band played a selection of wartime classic, cadets lined the steps to welcome us in. Suited and booted in black tie attire, myself and other guests were suitably dressed for such an illustrious occasion.

Cadets line the steps of the Imperial War Museum

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