still best of kenzo's men eau's: eternal fragrance... signature, splashing, elegant, unique kenzo pour homme is always in my case and works great on winter and on summer, on day and on night.. originally quirky, fresh on its own way and all time modern.. miss the old sculpture bottle tho :P
Kenzo Pour Homme by Kenzo, 1991
Rated #356 in Fragrances
Super unique, in a good way. Just not many scents that smell like this nowadays. Very refreshing. It get a soapy vibe, mixed in with a fermented, fizzy soda like quality. Very airy but sort of powdery and silky smooth. Excellent longevity. One of my favorite designers. This fragrance is the type that makes you pause and think, think deep, as it stimulates the mind and soul.
My favorite designer fragrance. Every time i smell it it's just wow, it has its own charm and individuality. This a staple in my wardrobe.
having it on heavy rotation made me sick of this, but this juice is a true masterpiece with sillage and pure class oozing!
This scent is definitely oceanic, and overall one of the better aquatics that I have tried. I would say this smells remarkably similar to Sprite, Mountain Dew and 7UP, so if you like the smell of lime soda, definitely try this one.
Kenzo PH is salty niceness. It opens with a hairspray-like accord similar to several fragrances I can think of with too much freesia on top, but rather quickly subsides into a blue-green, tangy herbal aura. I prefer this type of 'aquatic.'
Starts out with a delicious sweet dried fruit, and since what I really wanted was Egoiste Except Safe To Wear Around People Who Don't Like Perfume, I was so taken that I rushed home at once with a bottle. After a pleasantly green and spicy heart, the drydown became CALONE FEVER on me - a synthetic melon-water sort of thing of pronounced durability. I can see this being appealing to some people, and if you wanted an aquatic that had some brains in its pretty transparent head, Kenzo PH is better than most. But I couldn't take it.
I am not a fan of marine-ocean-aquatic fragrances as a rule because there is something synthetic about them that I really hate. On me, these EDTs smell like lighter fluid or melting vinyl. Utterly revolting! However, Kenzo pour homme seemed to be more natural than most marine fragrances I had smelled before. I really fell in love with it the minute I tried it but instead of waiting for full dry-down and make a rational decision as to buy it or not, I immediately ran home with a bottle. A cruel disappointment was just around the corner for me though. The dark earthy oakmoss note took over after about 20 minutes and instead of the fresh, young and elegantly distinctive fragrance I thought I had bought, I ended up with a heavy, stuffy and dusty smell that reminded me of my grand-father's potato cellar. I still have the nice blue bottle. I have tried it again a few times over the years with the same disappointing result. Pity...
Clean bright and green upon initial application. Dries into a sweet vetiver combo. Lasted all day. I'm talking over 10 hours! Only had a sample but I'm adding to my wish list.
The best fresh scent I ever had. Over 20 years on the market, and I still can't find anything better than this. It's like a sunny beach and clear oceanic water around. Longevity and sillage really impressive. Almost all new scent are synthetic comparing to Kenzo PH. Love it... This scent and Lanvin Homme Sport are on the my top.
Kenzo Pour Homme by Kenzo, 1991
|Top Notes||Ozone, Green Foliage, Bergamot, Fennel.|
|Middle Notes||Nutmeg, Clove, Sage, Geranium|
|Base Notes||Oakmoss, Vetiver, Patchouli, Sandalwood, Rosewood, Musk, Iris, Cedar.|
|Bottle Designer||Serge Mansau|
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