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Insignia (1986)
by Dana (originally by Shulton)

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Insignia information

Year of Launch1986
GenderMasculine
AvailabilityDiscontinued
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People and companies

HouseDana
Originally byShulton
Parent CompanyPatriarch Partners > Dana Classics

About Insignia

Insignia is a masculine fragrance by Dana. The scent was launched in 1986

Insignia fragrance notes

Reviews of Insignia

masj78 Show all reviews
United Kingdom
I had the talc and showergel of this in the late 80's and was sorry to see it go, as I really liked it. I have recently discovered the rights to the brand have been aquired by a company called Edenclassics based in Harrow. They are on a mission to bring back discontinued fragrances and have also bought the rights many more. They have re-issued Insignia in 4 versions: Insignia Fusion, Insignia Zero, Insignia Rush and Insignia Instinct. I havn't bought and tried any of these yet, so I am not sure whether any of these is the original fragrance.
04th February, 2010
The review is for the deospray!
A Masterpiece!
Fresh, cool!
A true blend between Cool-Grey,
and Grey Flannel, without any sticking notes!
Two thumbs up!

That alone is the best deospray i ever used. I searched high and low for it, just to found it discontinued.
A class of its own, the only competitor is Sergio Tachini.
28th November, 2007
I used to buy this about fifteen years ago as a "splash on lotion". It came in a blue bottle, and was available in most supermarkets. Very popular in the late 80's and early 90's. I still own some but it smells rather dated now compared with inexpensive modern aftershaves such as Adidas and Lynx.
19th November, 2004

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