Smells pleasantly synthetic. I mean, it smells a bit like plastic, but you have the feeling that it's made intentionally. Hence, I don't care that much if it's a melon or a grapefruit. It's just urban synthetic fresh. The most interesting part is where the supposed ozonic notes combine with a strong woody presence, to form what I'd call a "synthetic incense" smell. That's what robots of the future would burn to cheer up. Yet it's all very fragile, not solid. Sillage is weak and a brief description is quite enough.
Well, this really is just a boring piece of ****. Again it actually doesn’t smell bad, but there is absolutely nothing particularly interesting about it.
Light, fresh, soapy with some green shades. Doesn’t move me into a direction or another.
Just one of those contemporary fresh fragrances which is largely eclipsed by huge bunch of much better blends.
Aquatic? Maybe. Bazar starts off a little bitter and a little watery and a little spicy. All together... steamy. Like Essenza di Zegna's woody steam, Bazar gives off an airy watery feel but a little fruity. Very fresh.
Christian Lacroix, one of my favourite designers of the day. Every scent this man has had his named graced upon has been a winner. However, this one is not one of them. While I enjoy the Yuzu, the rest of it is just too much like everything else, esp. ADG.
A good try, but I expect more from Mr. Lacroix.
The grapefruit notes may be a bit too strong for a few noses but I quite like it. It may not be the perfect scent for the school or the office as it maybe over powering for those with sensitive noses.
Great lasting power and a definite lady puller makes this a perfect evening/night time fragrance.