Gucci guilty absolute.

  1. ezequiel91
    ezequiel91
    No answers at all....
  2. bigsteve
    bigsteve
    So what's your point?
  3. dwrestle
    dwrestle
    I doubt it's a powerhouse by our definition.
  4. Slayerized
    Slayerized
    Maybe a modern powerhouse but that is not what this forum is (was) mainly about....
  5. shamu1
    shamu1
    Hey guys! I bought a bottle of GGA a couple of years ago, and I think it is an outstanding fragrance. Although it doesn't quite match the smell and attitude of the 80s bad boys, by today's standards in the designer market, I think it would qualify as a modern PH. It is strong, but not superpowerful, and it's full of ballsy notes like patchouli, leather and vetiver. It is VERY different from what the current designer marketing departments think men should smell like, and for that alone it deserves a big thumbs up.

    For those who haven't tried this, GGA is an ultra-dry leather, patchouli and vetiver marvel. The leather is the dark, petroleum-like leather (like in Fahrenheit), not the fat, suede-y leather you get in 80s power bombs. This is a superb scent!
  6. Monsieur Montana
    Monsieur Montana
    Shamu1, nice to see you back here after all those years!
    I agree with you. At the first couple of hours it reminds me of earth, roots, cellar. Then leather and smoke. A very good perfume.
  7. Monsieur Montana
    Monsieur Montana
    Shamu1, nice to see you back here after all those years!
    I agree with you. At the first couple of hours it reminds me of earth, roots, cellar. Then leather and smoke. A very good perfume.
  8. Monsieur Montana
    Monsieur Montana
    And to answer the question : it’s not a powerhouse
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