Tynan Sinks and Sable Yong — friends, beauty editors, award-winning fragrance writers (some of us), and scent fiends — are giving the world the podcast no one asked for. Smell Ya Later explores every imaginable angle at which we interact with the aromas and odors in our lives, the scents that have seared themselves into our memory, and scents that inform the way we envision our future. That includes everything from fine fragrances to candles to dish soap. For more info, check out our website: www.smellyalater.live Follow @smellyalater.mp3 on Instagram for episode updates and probably some memes. And leave us a message (or a query) at www.speakpipe.com/smellyalater Theme song by Pasquale D'Silva; Cover art by Lily Ng
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Whenever you ask the cool, nice girl who smells so good all the time what she's wearing, there is an eleventy-five percent chance that they'll say it's Dedcool. We have brand founder Carina Chazanas as our guest on this episode to talk about creating... more
It's 2023 and three years after launching this podcast, we have yet another maybe annual awards that acknowledge the year's triumphs and the year's flops, with minimal pivoting to scent trends, brand follies, and however else we were confused and fla... more
What do chess and perfume have in common? Mostly one thing that we know of: Mind Games, the fragrance brand that revolves around the moves and spirit of chess. In this episode we interview brand co-founder Alex Shalbaf about chess, fragrance, and sou... more
I’ve been into perfume my whole life (raised by a cosmetologist) but the way Tynan and Sable talk about perfume is so nuanced and passionate and clever that it continually gives me a whole new appreciation of fragrance! (and smells)
I honestly didn’t appreciate this podcast at first. If you’re looking for expertise or a nuanced, semantic discussion on fragrance, keep looking…but if you listen simply for pleasure and the occasional recommendation or insight, then this is gold.
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I always really enjoyed Tynan’s writing for XO Jane and wondered one day, as I struggled to find a decent eyeliner for my hooded eyes, what had become of him; I tracked him down here & discovered this delightful podcast. Lots of good info; two funny, intelligent hosts with great friend chemistry, and they seem to have enough clout to wrangle some pretty amazing guests. So zero downside. Sable did once say Byredo Blanche was appropriate for someone’s mom, which made me feel my age in a slightly ... more
I recently got into perfume and since then Sable and Tynan are my new best friends! This podcast goes beyond smells- it’s a testament and crash course into friendship, sassiness, dating in the wild and living large in NYC. I love it and them❤️!
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Smell Ya Later launched 3 years ago and published 133 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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