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    Re: Top 10 Hyped Fragrances on Basenotes

    Tauer L'Air Du Desert Marocain
    Tom Ford Tobacco Vanille
    Serge Lutens Chergui
    Terre d' Hermes
    La Nuit d' L'homme
    L'Instant de Guerlain
    Angel Men Pure Malt
    Dior Homme (Intense)
    Creed...
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    Re: L'Artisan Vanilla Absolument

    Beautiful, utterly wearable work of art. Unfortunately, and much to my dismay, it's being discontinued THIS soon-thus the sales on both bottle sizes. They make these bizarre "business" decisions that...
  3. Re: MiN website/ Killian discontinued (and weird note)

    Indeed, I kind of lost respect for MiN NY after having posted such a thing. Even if it was not their doing (which we really don't know), the post screams childish bitterness-no offense intended to...
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    Re: Constructive advise for newbies

    Perfume is an art, beyond getting compliments. I love both niche and so-called designer scents. As long as I love the smell, that is. It's nice to get compliments, but a very slight, non-needed...
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    Re: most long lasting Killian

    IME, most of them last way longer than that. Choose the one you love (hint: Love is crazy good, although "feminine" :P) and go along with it!

    I only have Liaisons Dangereuses, and wear it...
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    Re: Bleu de Chanel vs Le Male

    In addition to what I said, both are quite different. Le Male is not really a crowd pleaser in the sense that it isn't a "fresh skinscent", but people in general like the smell (if you mind that.)...
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    Re: Bleu de Chanel vs Le Male

    Le Male is least boring, although by no means "unique" by now (almost everybody should have smelled Le Male on someone by now.) Go for the one with the silly bottle-it smells good without trying too...
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    Re: "Female" fragrances that arnt too feminine for men.

    Any that you feel comfortable wearing. If you love the smell on you, please go ahead and make the world a better smelling place-whether it's "feminine" or otherwise.

    Honestly, when I sniff perfume...
  9. Poll: Re: Next scent? Havana, Egoiste or Platinum Egoiste

    Yes, try it first-you'll probably notice what I was talking about. The reason I have the Concentree is that a few years back I was shopping for Egoiste in the streets of NYC, and found a Concentree...
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    Re: Roadster by Cartier

    I find it funny when people say hey love Roadster Sport because it's "cleaner", because that's the reason I cannot appreciate it as much as some of you do: it's "Sport." To each their own,...
  11. Poll: Re: Next scent? Havana, Egoiste or Platinum Egoiste

    I have the Concentree (not much left), and I can tell you that while I love it, I will be happy with the current Egoiste in the Chanel shelves, even when I finally run out (although I don't plan to...
  12. Poll: Re: Next scent? Havana, Egoiste or Platinum Egoiste

    No offense, but Havana is a nice scent to me, whereas Egoiste is just excellent (while Platinum Egoiste is best ignored.)

    Havana is very affordable, but Egoiste is not that expensive. Egoiste has...
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    Re: unfair to cool water

    It smells good, even at the beginning. It was once very, very popular, and many tried to emulate it. Because its past popularity, it's quite easy to recognize, and a few don't like that. There's also...
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    Re: Is By Kilian's Sweet Redemption, EDP, really as good as they say it is?

    It's "simple"-simply beautiful. Do not "pre-hate it" based on others' opinions until you give it a proper sniff. Totally "unisex" if you mind such things.

    I do love sweet fragrances, but even if...
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    Re: SOTD: Monday, August 20th, 2012

    Glad somebody else loves this beautiful work. One of my favorites indeed-terrified of the day the people at L'Artisan choose to discontinue it at random, as it seems to be their wont.

    SOTD:...
  16. Thread: Roses

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    Re: Roses

    Must it be niche?

    Since you are considering By Kilian and Rose Oud, try that line's Liaisons Dangereuses. The rose note in there is gorgeous, although it's a special scent, and you must love it...
  17. Re: Do you know any ocean/salty smelling fragrances?

    One of the first of this kind: Aramis New West. Affordable to boot. Still a wonderful fragrance to this day.

    Have to agree about Womanity being extremely salty, though not necessarily of the...
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    Re: Dior Homme Intense -WTF ?

    If smelling "feminine" is what it takes to smell really good and out of the ordinary, then I shall smell "feminine".
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    Re: Thierry Mugler Les Parfums de Cuir (2012)

    Sniffed it 3 days ago-smells good, just A*Men with a leather note. It smells good enough, but if you don't need the leather note, then standard A*Men will suffice (IMHO). The leather is very nice,...
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    Re: Dior Homme Intense -WTF ?

    ^Yes, the false dichotomy between "manly" and feminine scents gets rather tiring; if you love it, wear it, and don't give a darn whether you smell masculine or feminine (which are not only...
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    Re: By Killian - Back to Black

    Fragrance is genderless anyway, but for the sakes of this thread, Back to Black, although marketed as a masculine, has been used by the ladies since its inception. It is wholly unisex in my view, and...
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    Re: Date night fragrance

    Any that makes you feel comfortable and confident. Try to fit your personality and date environment, I would say.

    I would always consider By Kilian Liaisons Dangereuses for this type of situation,...
  23. Re: Why do so many men not like Chanel's Blue de Chanel?

    It smells nice, but there are way too many fragrances that go beyond nice. It could be much worse. I don't think it warrants a purchase, but I am biased, because I do prefer Antaeus and the original...
  24. Re: Cartier Declaration d`Un Soir. What can we expect?

    Extremely beautiful, intoxicating (in a good way) fragrance, not really sweet, but rather dry. It just smells great, and if anything, you should try sniffing it, or even better, wear it for a...
  25. Re: Challenge: Whole wardrobe from 1 perfumer only

    Impossible for me. If I had to choose only one, it would be Bertrand Duchaufour for his lovely and inspiring niche work, but a large part of my collection is also comprised of Annick Menardo...
  26. Re: Dior Homme vs Dior Homme Intense-Artistry vs More Sweetness?

    Thanks all for your insights. :) Wearing it again last night was a beautiful experience.

    So basically, Demachy's turned the original into a gourmand for those who don't love gourmands...
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    Re: Macy's SA: "Hanae Mori owns Creed"

    :{D Funny!
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    Re: What's the point?

    I highly approve of this thread. :)

    Mean-spirited, "my opinion is better than yours", "my perfumes are better than yours", "your perfume just sucks; it doesn't cost as much as mine", etc. are...
  29. Re: Dior Homme vs Dior Homme Intense-Artistry vs More Sweetness?

    So I guess Demachy revises them to go for a specific market while keeping the spirit of the original. The compositions seem to be slightly different according to reviews (so it's not just amping up,...
  30. Dior Homme vs Dior Homme Intense-Artistry vs More Sweetness?

    I believe I will be wearing my Dior Homme tonight. I was curious about your thoughts, not regarding which of these two perfumes is "the best choice" (which has been discussed at length many times,...
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    Re: Nice Guys Finish Last !!!

    Chanel Antaeus 3.3ml $72.00
    Caron Le Troisième Homme (under $75.00 online, sometimes very affordable indeed)
    Givenchy Xeryus (the original, as Rouge is good but doesn't passes your filters.)
  32. Re: Any good unisex Comptoir Sud Pacifique fragrances?

    Anything from them could be unisex to you, it's up to you. :) However, I just wanted to add that Montale's Chocolate Greedy is the "real" version of Amour de Cacao, and you should try to sample it...
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    Re: Any Natural Baked Cake Fragrances

    The uber-cheap Tokio Milk Dark series has one that smelled so much of a baked cake, that I literally laughed. :D It's called Bittersweet. That said, although it did smell "natural", it obvious isn't...
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    Re: Pure Havane - Pure Price...

    I liked it, but it's not a real bargain (of course, IMHO!) As I said before, I was in need of a new bottle of Antaeus, and Chanel offers their 100ml bottle for 72 dollars. 80 dollars seems to be too...
  35. Re: Anyone here find they're PUTTING ON WEIGHT since wearing GOURMAND fragrances?

    Honestly, I have lost 80 pounds since wearing gourmands and other type of sweet fragrances. :) Gourmands are good for your health and heart rate, and the ultimate weight loss method.

    (This is a...
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    Re: Versace The Dreamer - is mine real?

    I don't think it's that clean, though! :D It's clearly not too light nor watery at all. Be careful not to overspray, as this one does have some nice sillage, even though it might not be apparent to...
  37. Re: Anyone try Linari fragrances/Mark Buxton's niche?

    I am wearing Angelo Di Fiume from the Min NY tester. I am loving this! It's not the priciest, but certainly not affordable. Still, would I have the money, I would buy this tomorrow. I also liked...
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    Re: Le Labo........much ado about nothing.....

    Your compassion/patience in dealing with others that are not "as good as you" is substandard as well, if I may say so. Despite the problems in the writing, I could read it easily. You can disagree...
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    Re: Le Labo........much ado about nothing.....

    Yes, it does. :) You are just being oblivious to the facts. Let everybody write the way they want. I wouldn't bother posting negative posts every time I see large paragraphs or writing mistakes. It...
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    Poll: Re: Do I NEED Dreamer in my wardrobe?

    What he said, IMHO!
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    Poll: Re: Do I NEED Dreamer in my wardrobe?

    It's an inexpensive thrill. Synthetics done really well. Absolutely beautiful, from the bottle, to the concept, to the fragrance's name. The one worthy of Versace's house, composed one year before...
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    Re: Le Labo........much ado about nothing.....

    I heartily agree with this post. :) I like Beethoven a lot, but I just think his influence on music has overshadowed many other great composers which I like much more than himself. And yes I am a...
  43. Re: Has a fragrance ever literally made you nauseous?

    No, not at all. I have been slightly shocked, but never wanted to gag or anything similar. Only putrid smells do that to me, and no perfume has EVER done that to me. Not even the aforementioned...
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    Re: ** NEW** GAULTIER MASCULINE: Kokorico

    Cheesy name! :D I was actually expecting coconut, and NOT cocoa (since Coco Rico is also the name of an old, still extant "coconut" soda drink.) This looks like my kind of thing, I wonder how the...
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    Re: A* Men vs Joop! vs Le Male

    I have NEVER smelled Joop, all I know is that a lady friend of mine doesn't like it. As for the others, I prefer A*Men, followed by Le Male. A*Men is more complex, Le Male simpler, but works. A*Men...
  46. Re: What's the most expensive fragrance in your collection?

    My most expensive perfume, ounce per ounce, is By Kilian's Liaisons Dangereuses, and I only have the travel spray. I actually think that By Kilian is a great value, comparing it mostly overpriced...
  47. Re: Are there any self-proclaimed oversprayers that have turned modest since BN?

    I think you cannot overspray PdE-you would know better, though. :D I do LOVE it, even though I don't have it. Smells really beautiful from beginning to end, and contrary to common belief, it can be...
  48. Re: Are there any self-proclaimed oversprayers that have turned modest since BN?

    LOL, wholeheartedly agree! :D I spray moderately (much like Trebor above) and most people here think that's "too much!" Do it your own way. :)
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    Re: I think Dior Homme has changed ...

    I respect that you don't like the original, but I would be a bit disappointed because of two reasons: 1)it's not what the original perfumer's true formula was all about, even though it might be a...
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    Re: I think Dior Homme has changed ...

    I recently checked it out, actually, about week and a half ago, but didn't pull the trigger so far. :) I know I'll get it eventually. I especially liked the beginning very much, but have to re-test...
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    Re: I think Dior Homme has changed ...

    I finally bought this beautiful juice at 11:52PM on Sephora Times Square, only one ounce to start with, as I wasn't sure it was worth a full bottle investment. And truth to be told, I am very short...
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    Re: Rochas Man: Projection and Longevity?

    Although it's not a "Summer" scent, I am going to go against the grain and use it this evening in super hot weather (NYC, feels like 100F!) Feels fresh enough, and is not as strong as the usual...
  53. Thread: Creed GIT

    by starace
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    Re: Creed GIT

    No offense taken, I am actually glad you did not take it personally. :) Exclusivity is overrated (and I do own my own pricey niches, although not Creed), but I am glad you are wearing your perfumes...
  54. Thread: Creed GIT

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    Re: Creed GIT

    -They are not THAT hard to find.

    -Paying more for a fragrance doesn't makes you any more "exclusive"... it makes you poorer.

    -They might make you smell different, sometimes not THAT different,...
  55. Re: What Five Fragrances Should Be Avoided Like The Plague

    Exactly my thoughts.

    1. Care
    2. For
    3. What
    4. You
    5. Wear
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    Re: Truely Emotive Fragrances

    Perfumes are a beautiful art... they can move your feelings and make you cry just as much as a beautiful piece of music. After getting into the beautiful world of fragrance, I can honestly say that...
  57. Re: FRAGRANCE THREADS that should be avoided like the Plague!

    This is funny, but sadly sometimes true. :P Some people's replies do sound as if they needed validation themselves for having paid so much for their recommended choices, often ignoring the REAL needs...
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    Re: Eloge du Traitre or Yatagan??

    My memory must be wrong, for I don't find them that much alike. Yatagan seems more animalic to me. I sprayed my Yatagan on my skin yesterday and it was very nice right away but then I lost interest....
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    Re: Kouros: The Truth?

    This. Some people are too sensitive, and have a wild imagination. Either things are "too sweet" when they aren't, smell like BO when there's a cumin note, smell cardboard accords where there are...
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    Re: I met Celine - Montale

    She's very nice, both over the phone and in emails! Seems to be very polite and proper. It was through her that I ordered my bottle, and I was very pleased, except that it took forever to get here...
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    Re: Perfume A-Z Guide Top Ten Maculines

    I find that funny, and it proves that our opinions are always shifting. :) I never thought that Beyond Paradise Men was top ten material anyway (although I do like Calice Becker's work for the most...
  62. Re: I suppose it's generally accepted that the sexiest fragrance is

    IMHO, only you define what kind of spirit the fragrance evokes. For some, they might find the modern Brut 33 sexy. :P It's just a moniker, you know? There are plenty of designers and niches scents...
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    Re: Perfume A-Z Guide Top Ten Maculines

    Since we represent the exact opposite end of the perfume spectrum (you liking dry scents, I liking them wetter and sweeter) I won't say a thing about what you like/don't like (it's your choice...
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    Re: New Fragrances: Huitième Art Parfums

    Fear not! They are quite beautiful compositions; I have sniffed them all at Henri Bendel. Also, I have never understood why linear amounts to "wrong" or "boring" to many... but to each their own.:)
    ...
  65. Re: Kouros vs Santos vs Antaeus.......Which one for a lifetime partner?

    Despite all of them being classics, it's all about the smell, and Antaeus just smells BEAUTIFUL, even in its current incarnation. Now that I am on my second bottle, I realize the folly of being...
  66. Re: Do you really care if your SO wears expensive scents?

    It all depends on the cheapie! :) Some designers scents are cheaply composed bur marvelous smelling anyway. It's not big deal, as long as the couple both enjoy the smell. :) And remember, some niches...
  67. Re: What female fragrance should I buy for my gf? Taking suggestion

    Mmm... I am not a lady, but want to help you out. Chergui is beautiful (as you know from experience) but I do feel it's not a safe buy for your as of yet uninitiated gf. Also, it probably should be...
  68. Re: How many fragrance bottles do you own at this very moment?

    Seconded! :D
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    Re: A Penny For Your Thoughts ....

    Mmm ApH smells really good, and I do have a small bottle, but I don't use it much. :( I do believe that, not only do I prefer Antaeus (Azzaro is a bit more "manly", although still quite elegant and...
  70. Thread: JPG Le Male

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    Re: JPG Le Male

    I wish I could be as succinct as you! Truer words hath ne'er been typed.
  71. Thread: JPG Le Male

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    Re: JPG Le Male

    I really like it very much, and wear it occasionally (I much prefer Fleur du Male myself), but when I wear it, I do enjoy it a lot. The sweetness is not too much, IMHO. Very nice to the nose, even...
  72. Poll: Re: Competition: if you had to buy one of these, which one you'd choose?

    Ambre Precieux starts beautiful on me, then... it's just amber. :( It's pretty good, excellent, but I can't love it (I honestly wanted it to end on my skin! A shame.)

    Ambre Russe is amazing, and I...
  73. Re: How many fragrance bottles do you own at this very moment?

    I ADORE perfume, but since I have never had a truly high income job, and are more into the arts, that sort of thing (i.e. I don't earn much) I stopped counting at 30. So I might have 31-35, or...
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    Re: A Penny For Your Thoughts ....

    Amazing scent! Even the current version smells heavenly, and is not a boring, uber-masculine like so many others-that beeswax is SO beautiful. In reality, it's nothing over the top macho, which I...
  75. Re: Rediscovering Givenchy Xeryus, a very beautiful smell. A few questions...

    On a sad, unrelated note, it SEEMS Insense is no longer in production, although it's not hard to find on ebay or amazon.
    ...
  76. Re: Rediscovering Givenchy Xeryus, a very beautiful smell. A few questions...

    Thank you, very interesting thread. :) I only have Xeryus, Xeryus Rouge, and the amazing Insense, although there are a few others I want to try. I never liked Pi, even though I am fond of sweet...
  77. Rediscovering Givenchy Xeryus, a very beautiful smell. A few questions...

    I have plenty of fragrances I haven't used in a while. I am a fan of Xeryus Rouge, and bought a LONG time ago on Perfumania after smelling it from a tester coming from the old, beautiful bottle (the...
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    Re: Bleu, I owe an apology to you

    While I don't enjoy Bleu, and I am almost sure the one you mention should be no less than decent (probably very good), their price point vs Chanel's is (understandably) in another league. I do smell...
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    Re: The most expensive smelling scents?

    Most of the By Kilian (they are, unfortunately), many Lutens, most of the L'Artisans (not that expensive, though), just too many others?

    Despite the apparent simplicity of L'Artisan's Poivre...
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    Re: Bleu, I owe an apology to you

    It's ironic how the add states: "Be unexpected." I guess that kind of marketing sells stuff.

    I am no snob, and I'll admit when I smell something really good in modern designer fragrances. I think...
  81. Re: Could a man wearing a Floral be attractive to women?

    I did not mean any offense, though. I do have a personal life quest (due to the type of person I am) against societal constructs and cliches, and I live my life opposing established "rules" that are...
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    Re: Bleu, I owe an apology to you

    I admire its quality, but ultimately ends up being boring to me, just because it's a style of fragrance that doesn't do anything for me. It's like Chanel trying to do the best it can with the boring,...
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    Re: Finally, a Lutens I love!

    I love one of Lutens less praised fragrances: Rousse. <3 Smells really, really beautiful-a cinnamon scent that doesn't smell like a toy (and yes, I have JHL and a few other fragrances with cinnamon;...
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    Re: Arabie - Serge Lutens

    I like it very much, but don't have it. Parfum d'Empire's Aziyade, which is actually MUCH different (regardless of what many reviews say, claiming it's "Arabie-light") fills in that Arabie niche in...
  85. Thread: Pure havane

    by starace
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    Re: Pure havane

    It's not really bad at all, but unlike with its earlier flanker (and NOT because of similarities, as I don't really sniff a twin here), I didn't feel compelled to buy it, and might never do so. I...
  86. Re: Which Declaration by Cartier can you guys recommend?

    I have the original, but crave the Essence. I believe both are really excellent. They are not super different, bear in mind, but yes, different. Beginning to believe that it's the Essence I need the...
  87. Re: Could a man wearing a Floral be attractive to women?

    That's totally fine. :) As long as I myself don't doubt my sexual orientation. BTW, IME, I have NEVER had (wittingly) known any person questioning my sexual orientation due to perfume choice, and if...
  88. Re: New Fragrances: L’Artisan Parfumeur Mon Numéro (City Exclusives)

    They just announced No. 1 for Malaysia. Hope the one for the U.S. is beautiful! I crave for No. 10 myself. :) One can only dream.
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    Re: Body Kouros sexy scent?

    Beautiful enough, and although I am not one to push monikers into fragrance, I believe it fits into what I think you deem as sexy. Without being too heavy, much more "substantial" than those two, and...
  90. Re: Which floral fragrance would you recommend for a younger person?

    Ditto for this! Smells very GOOD (make that awesome) and unique, nobody will smell like this on your circles. Beautiful floral. Although seemingly not a favorite around here, I also love JPG's Fleur...
  91. Re: What should I know about Montale before buying?

    I agree that you may like similar things done "better" on another house; why not? The only thing is that what's best is never clearly delineated, and I tend to go with what I like, rather than what I...
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    Re: Top 3 Niche for Summer

    No kidding or sarcasm involved, but I like this thread because it helps me steer clear of some you've mentioned. I am always wary of fragrances being too light for me.

    I myself have a similar...
  93. Re: New Yorkers, any good spots you love for the grey market?

    Yes, although EBay has SO MANY ripoff sellers as well. The so called perfume district is what I was mentioneing earlier. Most of what they have is authentic, and they will tell you when it's a copy...
  94. Re: New Yorkers, any good spots you love for the grey market?

    Thanks for that thread, I will check to see if the first two mentioned on the first two posts are still around. :) Of course, if anybody knows of others, feel free to add here or there.

    If any one...
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    Re: Not another Creed thread?

    Many have said it, and I concur: buy and wear what you like. The thing with Creed is that there are so many niche lines out there with excellent, creative works for so much less, than I am not even...
  96. New Yorkers, any good spots you love for the grey market?

    I know just a few, and one that was very good (it had rare vintage stuff-I bought my Chanel Egoiste Concentree from them, and they had Jacomo Anthracite, etc.) in Queens is no more. The few I know in...
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    Re: Got a text re Gucci Guilty

    Exactly. Should I like everything to avoid being a snob? I should have an open mind, and be understanding that people will like things that I don't like, but why should I betray my nose just to...
  98. Re: Huitième Art, a new venture by Pafumerie Générale

    I liked four of these beautiful scents. :) But when I like something, it doesn't mean I'll wear it myself (I might like them in a lady instead, like Vohina.)

    1.) Sucre d'Ebene; The one I would...
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    Re: Gucci Guilty Pour Homme

    Yesterday night at Macys, an employee was telling me: "Have you tried the new Gucci for men yet? It's very nice...!" Had to keep walking and did mutter in low voice "nah, I just tried somewhere else,...
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    Re: How many mls do you go through a year?

    Impossible to answer! :) I know I run out of some of my fave perfumes way faster than I would wish. :(
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