An object lesson in how to devalue one’s niche identity. Release a generic green-tinged fruity-floral with a base that seems to be solely composed of the ‘musks’ one finds in the cheapest drugstore offerings. Let it have poor projection. Blow all the budget on the one point of interest – a rhubarb note that approximates the real thing, vegetal-metallic undertow and all, but which dissipates within half an hour. Now flog it with a peering-down-the-nose name such as Monodie (or was it Prosody?) and charge top dollar.
Really, this kind of thing is so tired it makes yawning with disinterest seem like a great effort.