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- Posted on Jun 22nd 2009 4:30PM by Emily Tan
Fragrance is more than just a smell to Birch. It goes beyond that -- just like her music. "You're creating all of these layers and these combinations, and it evokes a feeling," she says. "Fragrance brings back memories, and it creates worlds kind of like music does. When you listen to a song, you can imagine yourself there, and I feel like fragrance is like that as well."
She even admitted that she and another perfume-obsessed friend take trips to Henri Bendel, Bergdorf Goodman and Barneys in search of the "perfect fragrance." With favorites that include perfume throwbacks like Chanel No. 5, Yves Saint Laurent and the newer Le Labo, this piano-playing songstress is all about class and has a great respect for those who make the right scent. "There are so many great perfume makers out there," she says. "And when you really understand it then you start to see how all the layers evoke emotion."