Michael Kors Island Michael Kors
"I am an indoor person. Most days, my skin smells of milk and honey, synthetic musk and aldehydes. Not everyone favors such an “indoor” scent. Where I live, lots of people unintentionally carry the scent of fish and woodsmoke with them from the great outdoors into the mall. But even when it comes to intentional perfuming, there are those in the North and beyond who prefer to join the woodland nymphs and water sprites with their decidedly outdoorsy fragrance choices. A subgroup of outdoorsy fragrances unwittingly reflect the synthetic quality of our idea of nature. Michael Kors Island is one such fragrance.The whiff of chlorinated water you get at the swimming pool on a balmy tropical day; a first spray of Michael Kors Island releases that so-clean-it’s-got-to-be-corrosive quality. The flacon, a carved rectangular pool of aqua, is like a house that’s all window, an architecture that brings the outdoors inside."