I got this as a sampler from a local Bloomingdale's. Seems fancy from the metallic packaging and name. It starts out really broad but unmistakably musky. Then, a lot of the other notes settle down, and there's a steady, sweet musk thing that goes on and on. This one reminds me of Coty Wild Musk, which I'd daringly try out while in high school. However, it is more predictable and cleaner, IMO. I don't know if I'd plunk down the big buck$ for it, but the EDP vial sampler will do for me.
Pleasant, completely artificial, clean and soapy but desperately identical (and I mean it!) to pretty much any "white musk bath soap" – even the cheaper ones.
This fragrance is basically an extremely muskey and soapy white musk with all its powdery and soapy/orangy ("laundry/neutral") vibe (reinforced by the sharp flowers implementation in association with hesperides and balsams). The aroma is clean and rosey with a plain balmy orangy/lemony temperament and a subtle floral spark rising up at distance. Extremely pleasant and deep (but "polished" and radiant, without any trace of mouldy dirtiness or sticky mossy woodsiness). The note of iris provides and extremely smooth powdery vibe which finally morphs towards a substance somewhat balmy (with a sort of musky bath/shower foam type of aroma) because of the interaction between balsams, musk and hesperides. Really comforting and pleasant but slightly one-dimensional yet not fully textured and classy in my opinion.