Tuxedo (1979)
    by Long Lost Perfume (orig. by Ralph Lauren)




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    Tuxedo is a women's fragrance by Long Lost Perfume. The scent was launched in 1979

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    tuxedo, Ralph Lauren, c1980
    Bottle - black cube, thin red line, lid black. Shape as per the first " Lauren " fragrance which was same design but bottle burgundy and lid gold.
    an oriental like no other, not sweet and oh to have some now!

    03 February, 2012

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    Received Tuxedo as a gift from the wonderful Chaya, who is a sorceress when it comes to finding scents that "work" on me. I agree with Lefay that while Tuxedo may be classified as an oriental somewhere, to me it is a glorious and rich chypre. Dark, deep green, wet woods and spice with flowers at the back. Just fantastic.

    05 September, 2009

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    Why did it have to go. I loved Tuxedo. It was dressy, classy, sultry, and sweet. Bring it back. Bring it back!

    28 January, 2009

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    Tuxedo reminds me of cotton candy and soft leather. Pretty, sweet and sexy. A random image but thats what I think of. It's very sexy and mysterious at the same time. I loved it. It seemed to have a very short time on the shelves before Ralph Lauren pulled it off the shelves and made everybody who bought it cry! A beautiful black bottle like ralph's classic brown.. but ebony shiny black and a tiny ralph emblem in red. Gorgeous scent. Once applied it was almost overwhelmingly sweet.. but then it would settle down and give off a warm clean scent. I would love to see the original brought back. I have bought what was guaranteed to be the original from a company online, however when I applied it, it didn't have the same warm notes of sweet cleanliness that the original had. I also noticed it was more alcohol like in smell than the original was. The original by ralph had the actual perfume oils .. I would love to see this scent brought back. I would also love to see the after bath powder and perfume body lotion and bubble bath in a beautiful black linen tote with a little red ralph emblem embroidered. What d'ya say, Ralph?
    -Thimble

    11th June, 2008

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    Tvlampboy says it best - this fragrance was truly born too late. Yes, it would have been right at home alongside the likes of Tabac Blond, Bellodgia, etc. I feel lucky to have fallen upon this old RL sample vial...leather sweetened with the softness of silken rose petals, spiced and grounded by wood. Slightly resinous, but so polite! What a shame it's not part of the RL brand anylonger.

    20th June, 2007

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    This review is for RL version; I hope it is close to LL's. This is a very rich, classic/vintage smelling perfume. I did not know this was for women on smelling it at first. From the name, I thought it was a men's fragrance, but that would be better on a woman. Now I know why. This scent is mainly a leather scent for me. It is decorated with tobacco flower and other repressed florals may accompany it. But to me it is really a smooth buttery leather scent. Actually if it were leather, it would have to be a thin sheet of leather dyed black on one side with golden sueded split leather back. The blackness comes from a whisp of fennel or licorice amid the vegetal/spicy notes. It dries down quickly to slightly sweet animalic almost dairy/butter smell, a buttermilk note almost. I will seek out the Long Lost version, as all I have of the original is a smidge in an old sample vial.

    08 April, 2007

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