This was not an easy fragrance to come by, i bought its forerunner 'sculpture' a number of years ago and i liked it even though i found it one dimensional.
Nikos is different though, more comlex more layered and im not so sure about the comparison to rochas man which i think is much sweeter. I do believe though that when NIKOS settles it smells somewhat like Kouros only slightly sweeter.
Thought I had this fragrance but it is actually Nikos Sculpture - in another review. Don't know how to eliminate. Sorry!!
06th October, 2006 (last edited: 24th May, 2008)
I really enjoyed this as an alternative to Lolita Lempicka, which can be a bit cloying in warm weather especially. I think this is a very nice gourmand scent for a woman which does not overwhelm like Angel or LL can at times. I'd really call this unisex. Very enjoyable.
Very shortly after application, I can detect a rather smooth cherry note evolving, mixed with some cinnamon. I think it's a perfect blend. I agree with the other reviewers in that it's a gourmand scent, but due to its sublety and warmth, it creates a very sexy and exotic aura that I'm sure most people will find a pleasure to experience. Wonderful fragrance, but be careful not to put on too much, otherwise it might become slightly cloying. I'd say two sprays should be sufficient. On my skin, it's quite long-lasting, and as time passes, it becomes even more subtle and completely merges with my natural fragrance to make it even more intoxicating. I can only highly recommend this fabulous fragrance!
semioriental, fruty scent, it reminds me of ROCHAS MAN or ARMANI NIGHT but much lighter. generally, nothing special.