One of my all time favorites. It's elegant and spectacular at the same time. You buy it for a song, which you'll be singing once you appreciate this master fragrance.
Soapy, elegant masculine powerhouse from the days of yore. If you like AD Plus or Worth PH you will like this for sure.
This is the modern version. Nothing positive to say. Far too syrupy sweet, moderately synthetic, low-rent floral.
Love the vintage 10/10 but that because I'm 46 & a powerhouse & oakmoss junkie. But pre 2011 new formula is well worth the £ . I have a 90s bottle with a £30+ rice tag ... Which shows the quality of ingredients used. My 2011 bottle is close but is less dense & dark but with a very natural carnation & other florals which project & dance in a cleaner more separated way than my vintage bottles. Longevity still very good even with minimal / no oak moss.
Modern ( pre 2011) is one of the best reforms from the 80s & stays true. But since ODLR sadly passed , I can't vouch for today's bottles
Wow--gorgeous stuff. No wonder the elegant Mr. de la Renta wore this himself. This reminds me of a great classic--Azzaro Pour Homme--but if that scent was bookended with a soapy fresh top note and a darker, bitter greeny-leathery base. Quintessential 80s powerhouse but with an elegance and gentlemanliness often missing in this genre. Great to wear with a suit and tie--makes you want to stand a bit taller and smile at passers-by.