Paul Smith London for Women (2004)
    by Paul Smith

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    awesomeness's avatar
    United States United States

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    Lovely Night -- that is how I would describe it. Think SJP, smoking a cigar ... and loving it. Yah, that's this one. You wouldn't wear it every day (or night), but when you do ... watch out.

    I bought this on a lark. Tried it and hated it. Then, tried it and tolerated it. Then, liked it. Then, OMG ... there's nothing like this out there & I love it. It took mean nearly 4 months to fall for it.

    My experience with this is SO different than others. Not sweet, not cloying on me. Not gourmand. For me, an atypical floral that quickly goes to the woods with a tobacco plant. It's almost masculine. I adore it.

    27 April, 2010

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    crystal lover
    United States United States

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    London is in the same category as Angel....Horrible to my nose. Strong, with a strange cedar scent that never seems to go away. Takes hours to drydown to a tolerable powdery scent. Very reminiscent of hamster litter.

    28 January, 2009

    Bigsly's avatar
    United States United States

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    I'm a guy and got this in a swap, because I liked the note pyramid on it. I don't get much in the way of florals, though there is a minor presence clearly. The citrus is clearly there, as is what I'd describe as a dried fruit base. It's not sickly sweet, though I'm used to, and enjoy sweet fragrances. There's almost a burnt quality to this at time, like someone is cooking a bunch of different dried fruits. There isn't much development, but longevity and sillage are good (I've only used one spray at a time, to the chest). I can see how "ubuandibeme" didn't like it after wearing it for a couple of days in a row, especially if too many sprays were used. For me, this is definitely a once a month or fortnight fragrance, but it does have depth, and is interesting every once in a while. Luca Turin described it as similar to Shalimar Light in his (and Sanchez') perfume guide book, but I don't see any major resemblance (obviously, some of the notes are the same, but that's true of a huge number of fragrances too), so don't think that this is the same, or even close, really. I think this is a good example of the kind of fragrance that calls for several full wearings, spread out over time, required before a decision can be made about whether it is "bottle worthy" for someone.

    21st September, 2008

    vic2007's avatar
    United States United States

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    Very hot perfume! compliments from strangers will pour in, compliments from people you know will be overly sexual!
    This one is a man magnet,at least on me-:) I can no longer wear it when going out with my girlfriends and their husbands, as it created too many "who smells so good" situations, that I was embarrassed to rack in compliments from my friends hubbies.
    I think it might be my chemistry,but this perfume really stick to my skin and the sillage is unbelievable,12 hours, and it's still on! I recommend to any woman who wants to feel sexy, and wants to be noticed, wearing this, you will be difficult to ignore!

    21st July, 2008

    Nukapai's avatar
    United Kingdom United Kingdom

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    This is a sickly sweet fruit pudding - which sometimes you might fancy, sometimes not. I tried it several times and couldn't make up my mind. In the end, I bought a bottle, but then wished I hadn't. Like one-too-many spoonfuls of sugar.

    05 July, 2008

    ordai's avatar
    Finland Finland

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    You could eat this one. Excellent for many situations. its like your secret to be sexy one.

    02 December, 2006

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