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Kenneth Cole New York Men (2002)
by Kenneth Cole

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Kenneth Cole New York Men information

Year of Launch2002
GenderMasculine
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 114 votes)

People and companies

HouseKenneth Cole
Parent CompanyBenckiser > Coty Inc > Coty Prestige
Parent Company at launchBenckiser > Coty Inc > Lancaster Group > American Designer Fragrances

About Kenneth Cole New York Men

Kenneth Cole New York Men is a masculine fragrance by Kenneth Cole. The scent was launched in 2002

Reviews of Kenneth Cole New York Men

Tony T Show all reviews
United States
gfeneric and synthetic, in the same realm as echo and chrome. i like those 2 more though. try it yourself. smelles good but that's about it. no longevity.
05th November, 2012
Starts citrus and a bit aromatic.
Essentially a nondescript, generic scent. Not offensive, not interesting.
What has this got to do with New York? With anything?
At least it is not super sweet or dense.
03rd January, 2011
Owned this one for a while, don't use it often. I wear it a lot at work.

Do I think it smells good? 4/5
Compliments from the ladies? 1/5
Overall 3/5

24th July, 2009
This stuff smells GOOOOD!! Only thing it doesn't last very long,
30th September, 2008
A generic but well made scent. A sweet fresh fragrance with a bit of spiciness that i a little compelling. If you see this around for cheap, get it but don't blind buy.
18th June, 2008
Owned this one as well and it does smell generic in a way. Going between this and Hugo Boss, T for Tommy and L'Eau Dissey you can see why New York can get tiresome.

Had it and I dont recommend it at all.
08th April, 2007

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