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February 01, 2014



Charlie made such a splash when it first came out...I remember it was the first perfume that my mother would buy from the drugstore, and we both loved how it smelled. It had such a jaunty, middle class cool cache. This is a little late, though, and Charlie had probably passed it's heyday...wasn't 1986 the height of Giorgio mania?

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