Adriana Ermter
An editor and writer, Adriana Ermter is skilled at perfume editorial. Her fine-tuned nose sniffs out all things fragrant, from niche couture blends to favourite bottles found in drugstore aisles. The former beauty director for FASHION magazine, Men’s FASHION magazine and; lifestyle and shopping columnist for the National Post newspaper; and editor-in-chief for Salon Magazine and, is a respected beauty expert.

Her work can be read in Flare, Chatelaine and, and she has been featured on eTalk, ET Canada, Steven & Chris, Fashion Television, FT and CosmopolitanTV’s Styleography. Adriana is the recipient of the following awards: Canada’s 2010 Fragrance Award for Best Print Media Editorial and the 2009 Best Online Video for a National Website -- both for her work with FASHION. Born and raised in Calgary, Alberta, Adriana resides in Toronto with her husband and their very spoiled feline, Trixie-Belle. She is accessible at:

Blog Entries by Adriana Ermter

The Headache of Heady Scents

5 Comments | Posted March 27, 2012 | 11:37 AM

Ever been assaulted by someone's perfume?

I'm guilty -- I cleared an elevator last week. Not because I'm a dink; I was just too gung-ho with my spritzing. Ask the woman I perfume-bombed with my thick cloud of Creed's exotic, warm and spicy Royal Oud fragrance.

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Fragrant Rituals

0 Comments | Posted December 28, 2011 | 9:34 AM

Remember when your grandmother used to tell you to only wear your Vanderbilt Perfume by Gloria Vanderbilt on special occasions? Then she'd show you how to hold the glass bottle properly, spray a little onto the palms of your hands and then dab the powdery floral perfume onto your pulse...

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Perfume Temptations

0 Comments | Posted December 11, 2011 | 9:17 AM

I'll admit, I'm not entirely sane when it comes to perfume. One of the hardest questions for me to answer is "What's your favourtite scent?" I like everything to smell good. All. The. Time. And not just in the typical way, like how the house smells like family and love...

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