Fresh and sexy, good for nights out with someone you want to get close to. Has attracted positive comments from the other side.
It is sexy and youthful. Could be far far far more than what it is.
btw, the tackiest bottle known to man...
I am with the group of reviewers that find this sexy. One must be patient with this frag. It opens very light citrus, and most noses would be instantly dissapointed. maybe the bottle makes you think you are about to experience magic or something. Then a fresh crispnes develops, much like new underwear or socks or shirt...definately industrial and not shower clean. This industrial freshness turns into what I will call Bulgari Black light. There is no mistaking the rubber/tar note plus the really subtle talc, more in this than in the Bulgari. But on my skin something strange happens...when I take a wiff of the tar like note, then exhale, the very next breath has a green pheromonic thing going on. kinda soapy, but VERY manly. I imgine others can smell this on you though you can haardly smell it. Its like the metalic part of the bottle is the tar note and the rhine stones ar ethe green pheromonic scent I describe.
Don't write this off, if you can find it buy it. It is very sexy. DO spray a lot though.
foetidus asked if this fragrance is supposed to be part of the older Versace Jeans line, the answer is nom it isnt. Versace Jeans Couture is the name of a line of Versace clothing that this fragrance was named after. The Jeans Couture line consists of moderately priced casual cloting for men & women (well, moderately priced for Versace clothing that is, which is still VERY expensive, $300+ for a pair of jeans) The clothing line consists of jeans, t-shirts, sweaters, sweatshirts, jackets, and other casual clothes. IMO the low-key, casual nature of the scent is meant to reflect the casual style of the clothing line.
Boring. Smells like something else that I can't remember what but that too wasn't good. The florals are weak and the musk is cloying. All spark and no fire. Don't like.