"In New York I eagerly accepted the soft job fate offered me - it consisted mainly of thinking up and editing perfume ads." -- Lolita, Ch. 9.
"Molinard de Molinard. The richness of its composition makes it a perfume of upper classes, authentic, subtle and romantic. Always surprising and so feminine, it is appropriate to all the modern women who want to emphasize themselves."
"Molinard de Molinard, a highly distinguished romantic and subtle perfume, is made from Jasmine from Grasse and Bulgarian Rose, over a background of Amber and Olibanum and enhanced by several fruity notes."
"Launched by Molinard in 1979 [emphasis mine], Molinard de Molinard is classified as a sharp, flowery fragrance. This feminine scent possesses a blend of flowers and fruit, soft and subtle. It is recommended for evening wear."
1979. I was sorry to read that [we broke up 1977]. Oh so what. I associate that perfume with you anyway. What's more important, truth or accuracy, my hot darling?