Absolutely pathetic! I smell no ivy whatsoever and the staying power is lousy. This is not an eau de toilette, but more like an eau de eau (water without scent). Very light, non-descript boring scent. Bought "Cucumber," which was much better, but smelled nothing like cucumbers (which is good), but instead like fresh-mown grass. I bought that one. It reminds me of Bath and Body Works' "Rainkissed Leaves," which is absolutely wonderfully green and herbal!
Another clasy scent by Marc Jacobs! This one smells very natural, with warm spicy and woody notes. Direct and masculine, and elegant in a casual, uncomplicated way - not at all "perfumy".
I love this scent
Fresh, spicy, and very cooling
I love the unisex scent and the classy huge bottle.
Wear it to work or when you want to freshen up or wake your senses.
Good job Marc Jacobs!
I love this perfume. Woody, green and markedly different to most other scents on the market. Alas, a bit to heavy for use during the Australian summer!
Papery and green, indeed. A really pretty, definitively unisex eau de cologne that makes up in beauty what it lacks in longevity and sillage.
I think that benbenrn has the right idea -- why limit this stuff to flesh wear only? At $40 for 10 oz. bottles at Marshalls, you can certainly afford to use this as linen spray, air freshener, eau de cologne -- whatever you like.
A very green scent, which I think is quite masculine, but works well on both sexes.
Dries down to the scent of crunchy leaves on a sunny autumn day.