Thinking about its launching date (1990), I could say It was one of the first fragrances that started the refreshing/aquatic minimalist trend, that evolved to scents as Eau de Rochas and finally CK one. It's easy to see this fragrance was clearly leaving the 80s extravagance: bright lemony opening followed by what would later be the "out of the shower" smell. But what makes it still distinct nowadays is its slightly mossy and herbal drydown, that keeps reminding me how strong were 80s powerhouses. In the drydown, there's a slightly talcum powder note that enhances the freshness and makes it flert with old school, but It evidently is not powerful enough and reflects what was going on with fragrances at that time: the strong fragrances's twilight. Nice fragrance, although there's something missing here. Maybe a "catchy" note. And It's a bit dated for today's taste.