Big Smoke, hmm.. I didn't really know what to make of that name. Was it for the sultry sirens of the 30's and 40's, their come hither stares and immediate exhalation after taking a puff from one of those cigarette holders? Nah, I guess it's a term used to describe London when they experienced smoggier than usual conditions thanks to a perfect combination of weather and horrible air quality in the early 1950's. It wouldn't be Butter London if it didn't have something cheeky in mind. Big Smoke is dark blue, almost navy; it also has tones of gunmetal gray or even titanium and comes complete with a shimmery finish. Scott seems to think it'd be the perfect shade for a car - I'm thinking he had a sports car in mind when he mentioned this.