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Odette Perfume by Carla Fracci, 1.7 oz Eau De Parfum Spray for Women

by Carla Fracci (Women's Fragrances)

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Odette by Carla Fracci for Women

by Carla Fracci (Women's Fragrances)

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Odette by Carla Fracci for Women

by Carla Fracci (Miscellaneous)

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Carla Fracci Giselle Parfum 1 Oz By Carla Fracci (from 2 stores)

by Carla Fracci (Women's Fragrances)

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What is the difference between Pure Perfume, Eau de Parfumes, Eau de Toilette, and Eau de Cologne? The differences are simply a matter of the amount or concentration of oils in the fragrance. The highest concentration is in pure perfume (or Parfumes). Next would be Eau de Parfumes, then Eau de Toilette, and finally Eau de Cologne. Some manufacturers make a solid perfume, solid perfume is as strong as a pure perfume however it is in a gel-like consistency. Eau De Toilette and Eau De Cologne are generally interchangeable, especially in Men's fragrances. After Shave has the least amount of...

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Three Principal Ballerinas Who are One with Their Role - http://www.dancemagazine.com/ (blog)

How three ballerinas have deepened their approach to a career-defining role

Some ballerinas seem destined to embody certain roles. At her debut, there's a palpable buzz. Over a career, however, her interpretation begins to reflect her maturity and worldliness. A deepening occurs that doesn't lessen her former renditions, but that instead gives an audience—especially those lucky enough to follow the career arc—a delicious new experience. Here, three beloved ballerinas speak about the trajectory of their signature roles.


ALESSANDRA FERRI: JULIET

When Alessandra Ferri made her debut as Juliet, she was 21. “At the time I was just a sheer force of nature," she says, laughing. “I don't recall it exactly, and if I did, I would be lying. But I remember exactly how I felt: It was like an explosion—everything blown out of me." The performance with The Royal Ballet at Covent Garden that night was an open “Promenade Evening," where audience members paid a pound for admission and often left chewing gum on the seats. But at the curtain calls, the crowd went wild.

When Ferri performed Juliet with American...

Source: www.dancemagazine.com