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Todd Oldham (1995)
by Todd Oldham


Todd Oldham information

Year of Launch1995
Average Rating
(based on 19 votes)

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Parent Company at launchParlux

About Todd Oldham

Todd Oldham is a feminine perfume by Todd Oldham. The scent was launched in 1995

Reviews of Todd Oldham

rbaker Show all reviews
United Kingdom
The fruity-orange opening exudes a peachy undertone, soon to be altered into a jasmine-rose floral middle phase. This first parts are pleasant but unexciting.

Later on a more gourmand style is aimed at, with a sweet cinnamon emerging; a fairly nondescript woodsy accent and a fairly smooth patchouli provide a counterbalance so that this never really remains a full-blown gourmand on my skin after a spell of an hour or so. I note a benzoin tail end that does not add very much to this composition.

I get moderate sillage, good projection and five hours of longevity in total.

Not bad; in spite of the citrus in the opening it is too heavy for summer indeed and better for cooler weather. It is not splendid either, though - overall it scores in the middle. 2.5/5.
10th March, 2016
Unusual, and not really in a good way, which is a bummer, 'cause I love Todd Oldham and his brilliant design sensibility. The banana and cinnamon combo seems to grow stronger by the hour--sort of mushy and gritty. A well-constructed hybridization of gourmand, chypre, and oriental qualities, Todd Oldham is substantial and rich, a throwback to the 80s, but I found its tropical elements and similarity to the badly reformulated Cinnabar almost unwearable. Must love foody, creamy, strong smells to love this. Seems this might be for a certain breed of very experienced perfume lover who knows just what they like. Sort of intentionally barely off-kilter and crafty like Todd Oldham himself. The considerable strength and slight imbalance of progression might be better in coldest winter and anything-goes festive nighttime.
21st November, 2012
I remember owning this scent and it being one of my "go to" scents on a daily basis in the cold NJ Winter weather. It open's with a liquer'ish, syrupy sweetness with a lot of amber and what I think was some leather. I specifically remember this going very well with leather. Once it sets in and the heart notes develop I definitely pick up on the peach and the sandalwood as well as amber/incense. This is one scent that I would still search for today on places like Ebay, left that much of an impression on me. I live in CA now so it would be totally out of place and too potent for a CA Winter but nonethless it's a beauty of a scent. Definitely recommend!
26th April, 2011
Someone mentioned this on my boozy scent inquiry thread and indeed it is a strong dose of liqueur. A cherry peachy brandy or possibly sugared cherries preserved in brandy star in the opening which is quite heavy and, as mentioned, suitable for cool weather only. The composition quickly becomes much more grownup, as an animalic note quickly sneaks in, and progressively becomes quite prominent. Add a hint of smoke and a ribbon of vegetal to balance the sweetness, and you have a beautiful Fall/Winter fragrance.
16th February, 2009
Yeah it's definitely a fall/winter smell due to its warm quality. Very nice perfume. My best friend was the one who introduced it to me (actually I liked it so much on her that I had to inquire about it, and also put it on). It is creamy and rich. Very nice, feminine smell, I highly recommend it.
05th August, 2006
Yes, it's fruity, but not in that happy-fruity way... it's more like a dark, smoky, spicy anti-fruit carnality. Takes a strong personality to sport this one. It is quite heavy. Use sparingly.
05th November, 2005

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