Style & Substance: Follow Your Nose 

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Tired of run-of-the-mill fragrances? Consider something with a little local allure. Amy George's line of Richmond-landmark-inspired scents includes perfumes, colognes and home fragrances with reed diffusers.

She attempts to match the mood of several locales so that you can sniff your way to places like Belle Isle (a rose, jasmine, violet and vanilla aroma) or High Tea at the Jefferson (with hints of brewed tea and spicy undertones of mint and cardamom).

Buy George's products through her online shop, Modern Atelier, at www.modernatelier.etsy.com, or call 764-9646 for a custom consultation (she'll create an exclusive fragrance just for you!).

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