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For don’t Fly just FM defineDJ Zher,a moment—theygreat fragrances create them.sell fragrances!”—affirmsHer past experience—“Iher expertiseused to in sussingthe BAZAARout the Fragrancebest scents Awards.as a judge for Revisiting the fragrances of years past, do you discover a renewed interest, or do they hold the same intrigue as before? My impression rarely changes but some re-encounters bring up how they’re still relevant after so many years, such as Issey Miyake’s classic L’Eau d’Issey. What makes a great fragrance? Like great works of art, it should invoke emotion. It is subjective to each person, but it should speak to you at that moment in your life because, after all, a good fragrance should be a reflection of it. Why do you think noir scents are making a major comeback now? Perhaps they never really went out of style. Also, sensuality is celebrated more than ever now, and the definition of noir scents is broader than before. What is your most memorable moment with a particular scent? Sunscreen mixed with sea water. I used to go to the beach with my family very often as a kid, and that scent, especially when locked into my hair after a long day out, reminds me of sunsets and satays that we would usually get after.