Aarón Díaz Partners Up for Stylish New Perry Ellis Fragrance for Men

first_img Raleigh Denim Workshop Makes Jeans with Artistry and Ingenuity in the U.S.A. The Best Documentaries on Netflix Right Now Editors’ Recommendations The Best Food Shows on Netflix to Binge Right Now Ask Aarón Díaz what he loves about the new Perry Ellis fragrance for men, and the answer is pretty simple: “It’s just magic.”Díaz — a versatile actor, model, and singer best-known for his role in ABC’s Quantico — is the face of the the brand’s new namesake fragrance (and a stylish one, at that).He said the company’s emphasis on subtle style and mobile menswear reflects his own career. Díaz likes to hop from project to project, showing up in new roles and situations and reinventing himself each time.That reinvention echoes the approach Perry Ellis took to crafting its masculine (but not overpowering) fragrance. Notes of Italian bergamot, crushed lavender, and verbena meet an infusion of iced juniper, geranium, and Mediterranean rosemary — a modern scent for the modern man who’s always on the go.The crisp, clean fragrance is also emblematic of the brand’s idea of what Díaz calls “intelligent” menswear: clothing that moves with you from situation to situation. In that regard, partnering with a gifted, stylish actor like Díaz was a “no-brainer,” creative director Michael Maccari said at a recent New York City cocktail party celebrating the launch. Díaz, dressed in a sharp Perry Ellis suit in a standout shade of blue, noted the tailoring and mobility of the two-piece combo — quite different than the immobile, rip-prone gear he wore while filming for Quantico.Michael Maccari and Aaron Diaz celebrated the launch of the new Perry Ellis Fragrance in NYC on August 29.The fragrance itself embodies quiet confidence, and the look — a frosted clear bottle and black top — is similarly striking, yet not ostentatious. In short, it’s the perfect fragrance to wear alongside Perry Ellis menswear — at least, Díaz thinks so.“I wouldn’t change one thing,” Díaz said of the new fragrance, noting it could soon become an iconic scent for the brand.Perry Ellis is available for purchase now. 10 Best History Books You Will Ever Read 10 Top Shelf Vodka Brands that are Actually Worth a Damn last_img read more

Canadian PM offers support to accountability process in Sri Lanka

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau today offered Canada’s full support to the Government of Sri Lanka and those working to ensure that efforts towards reconciliation, non-recurrence, peace, and justice on the island are realized, and that international and domestic commitments on accountability, transitional justice, and ending impunity are met.In a statement issued today to mark the ninth anniversary of the end of the war in Sri Lanka Justin Trudeau said that the wounds of the war linger as the survivors seek answers for their loss. He also invited all Canadians to take time to recognize the important contributions that Tamil-Canadians make to Canada and the adversity they have overcome. (Colombo Gazette) “Today, we mark the ninth anniversary of the end of the war in Sri Lanka. The war – which lasted over 26 years – resulted in immeasurable injuries, loss of life, and displacement. The wounds of this war linger as the survivors seek answers for their loss, including family members and loved ones who have disappeared,” he said. “I reiterate my call to the Government of Sri Lanka to establish a process of accountability that has the trust and confidence of the survivors. Canada offers its full support to the Government of Sri Lanka and those working to ensure that efforts towards reconciliation, non-recurrence, peace, and justice on the island are realized, and that international and domestic commitments on accountability, transitional justice, and ending impunity are met,” he said.The Canadian Prime Minister extended his deepest sympathy to Canadians of Tamil descent, and all victims of the armed conflict and their families. The Prime Minister said that over the past nine years, he has met many Tamil-Canadians personally affected by the war and their stories are a solemn reminder of the need to attain lasting peace and true reconciliation. read more