To be honest, I had always kind of considered the seventies a bit of a lost decade for men’s scents. After Aramis opened the doors to the mainstream, fragrance was no longer the realm of educated aficionados – leading to the first real dumbing down of perfumery, especially on the masculine side. There were more new scents, but they often smelled similar, leaving, at least to my nose, the 70's as a largely unremarkable haze of Lemon Pledge topnotes and ubiquitous hawthorn-laden drydowns.
I am looking for a " Sample " of Kim Kardashian's Perfume, can ANYBODY help me here ? I LOVE Gardenia AND Tuberose and I heard this was great, but " is it > " So, if someone can offer me a sample, I'd be more than happy to offer you something in return, thanks, bye....
So some dudes on Basenotes have occasionally used the phrase "old man's fragrance." I read this, and I think, "Wow, this expression is carrying an awful lot of freight!"
What do I mean by that? Well, I mean that there are a lot of unconscious assumptions behind this statement. Maybe I should detail some of these, first of all, just for fun, but secondly, to deconstruct some unexamined ideas that show some pretty shocking attitudes — attitudes that people wouldn't
Updated 14th September 2011 at 09:52 PM by JaimeB
For my next installment, it’s time for the sixties!
Men’s Classics – The Sixties
24. Vetiver by Guerlain
Another legend from Guerlain.
Apparently, vetiver (the plant) was first introduced to Haiti in the 40’s by plantation owners hoping to sell it to European perfume companies. The locals quickly developed a scented
so, what do YOU all think of a " Man " ( Me ) who enjoy wearing a Ladies Fragrance ?