Written in 1982, this electrifying novel about sex, drugs, and decadence in pre-Miami Vice Florida, follows a delinquent clique of teenage girls through nightclubs, roller discos, and seedy South Beach bars in search of anything to keep the party going. Driven by an inexhaustible enthusiasm, the girls navigate a series of potentially dangerous situations with naive ease, radiating their infectious light like a disco ball and turning even the darkest circumstances into a dance party. Lauded for its unflinchingly honest portrayal of strong, outspoken, resourceful young women whose sole motivation was to have a good time, the book stands in stark contrast to the male chauvinism of the era and still resonates today. Critics have called it “an essential examination of the joys of recklessness” and “an addictive story in which every sentence glistens with sticky sweet summer heat.”
This extremely versatile (and genderless!) fragrance is great for any time of day and any time of year but the blast of energy it possesses is ideal for whenever you’re feeling low or looking for a little boost of bliss to keep your body moving and your lungs laughing long into the night.
Notes: raspberry, citrus pulp, coconut palm sugar, Madame Isaac Pereire rose, sandalwood, tropical punch, stardust
Why you'll love it
“In Love With Everything” is an electrifying shot of eighties breakfast orange juice, raspberry jam, and intergalactic roses. The tart, pulpy opening eventually dissipates like so much roller-disco fog, revealing a glow-in-the-dark, arcade-birthday-party warmth. Is this naggingly familiar, can’t-quite-put-your-finger-on-it texture the “stardust” note or the “tropical punch” accord? It’s impossible to say. All we know is this scent embodies the gleeful, spandex-futuristic visions of the early 80’s (or 90's, for that matter). Maybe it smells a bit like the feeling of surging adolescence. Regardless, with its refreshing, nostalgic, mind-bending wearability, it proves that “guilty pleasure” is only a state of mind.