Devil In Disguise (2012)
    by Mark Buxton


    • Launched: 2012
    • Type: Shared / Unisex / Unspecified
    • Availability: In Production
    • Perfumer: Mark Buxton
    • Bottle Designer: Unknown - Let us know


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    Devil In Disguise is a unisex fragrance by Mark Buxton. The scent was launched in 2012

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    alfarom's avatar

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    Imagine the opening of the new Aedes De Venustas EDP, green, fizzy, kinda "sweet and sour" and you'll get an idea on how Devil In Disguise strikes "upon application" (D&S docet). The fragrance darkens quite a bit during the middle pahse and the drydown. A patchouli note (not the earthy quality) joins the party and together with a woody-musky accord give birth to a terrific dridown which is not very far from Mohur by Neela Vermeire and a sort of Jubilation XXV minus the incense.

    There's the typical synthetic quality of many of the Buxton's compositions. It's quite pleasant and give the fragrance an extremely modern vibe. Beside that, Devil In Disguise smells much more like a Duchaufour's ctration than a Mark Buxton's but I guess these guys influenced each other quite a bit during their collaboration with Comme Des Garcons.

    Good stuff!

    18 October, 2012

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    Simply stunning and a new favorite of mine. A sparkling and washing beginning (a tad a la Byredo or CdG) with the key note of rhubarb splashing the air and starting influencing the whole olfactory fatigue since the beginning with its enirgizing and sultry booziness. The note of ginger reinforces the fruitiness and opens the projection pushing out an hefty chord of neroli and magnolia that is the sophisticated, fruity-floral pungent spark of the fragrance, something almost edible, thirsty and deep (almost pungent in its deep sweet fruity tartness). A secret hint of cherries in the fruity-floral chord? I don't know but the tart pungent and deep fruitiness imprints this feeling at me. A stout patchouli flanks the fruity-floral accord imprinting boldness and mystery before the juice has an insight in a woody-musky territory, almost impenetrable and mastered by a liquid vetiver linked with the watery rhubarb (keeping basically fluidy the juice). Some deeper woodiness starts finally to come out in the latest  phase of the evolution. Uncompromisingly a feminine one in my opinion. You can wear it equally in a dark winter night or in the  sultriest of the summery evenings out. Extremely sensual, enigmatic and sophisticated in the night. On my skin it is more tenacious than the other Buxton's i know.

    25 September, 2012 (Last Edited: 22 December, 2013)

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