Hey basenoters wanted to ask you a quick question. I came across a what appears to be a vintage bottle of Dior Homme Sport(black collar) at a local perfume shop. As soon as I seen the black label i thought "wow vintage sport". Obviously they did not know that and I end up getting it for $65 for a 100ml, and I must say I am absolutely blown away by thois fragrance. My question to you guys is which version do you prefer and are there any major differences between the two?
I wanted to get your opinions of this cologne
I own both Mustang and Mustang Blue and have been shocked at the spectacular quality and balance of each one, in spite of the cheesy marketing and name. I have concluded that, since Mustang may be one of the best Fall/Winter scents and Mustang Blue may be among the best Spring/Summer scents available, one could conceivably be well served in staying with just the two of these year-round. Please feel welcome to discuss, dispute, or otherwise test this theory.
Perfumes begin as ideas. A perfumer is presented with a brief from a client in the form of a written description, a piece of music, a painting, or a specific object, and it is the perfumer's job to translate that into scent. In the case of Olfactive Studio, a line launched in 2012, the brief consists of words and images chosen by CÚline Verleure, a former exec at Kenzo and the founder of