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  1. Re: New Frédéric Malle Dans Tes Bras Notes & Info

    Oooh ! I am now a super member ! How cool is that ! ^^
  2. Re: New Frédéric Malle Dans Tes Bras Notes & Info

    Thank you for the info, Jaime.

    I must say, though, that I am not particularly excited about a fragrance which is basically meant to smell like, well, any of us really ! ;-)

    Yet over time good...
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    Re: Vanilla scent for men?

    I'd second Gaultier2 although I don't like it very much, but would really recommend Mouchoir de Monsieur by Guerlain. It is too expensive but the vanilla is really nice.
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    Re: Carrot Silver Mist!

    I very much agree with DreamerII's opinion. And by the way I cannot get myself to wear Iris Silver Mist at all, not necessarily because of that as the carrot-ey impression really doesn't last for...
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    Re: Info on Guerlain's L'Âme d'un Héros

    Is L'Ame d'un héros already available? I'm intrigued...

    I tried Coriolan for the first time in a Sephora store a few years ago, and the SA kindly talked me out of buying it as, she explained, it...
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    Sonia Rykiel Le Parfum

    A former female co-worker of mine wore Le Parfum by Sonia Rykiel on a regular basis. I recently remembered it and it struck me how rarely I had come across that beautiful fragrance in my life. I...
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    New Serge Lutens release...

    Thanks to a really nice friend I am now wearing "Five o'clock au gingembre", Serge Lutens' next release (due in March I assume?): it should be a success!

    To my nose it's half way between Rousse...
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    Re: Jil Sander Scent 79 Man?

    I tried 79 Man on my skin two weeks ago. First of all I don't know the 1981 versions you mentioned earlier, so I obviously cannot compare it to them. Anyway it was quite a shock: a very intense,...
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    Re: Calling all vetiver experts..

    I never had a chance to smell L'Artisan Parfumeur's Vetiver so I don't know if the following will be relevant, but as far as vetiver goes, I can never think of a more faithful rendering of the root...
  10. Re: Detaille, any details on this obscure company?

    They had a running website a few months ago, thanks to which I received the full collection of samples of their male range.

    Everything there is of good quality, good longevity, and perfectly...
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    Re: Scottish town too low class for Chanel

    LOL! My thought exactly!

    We are not seriously discussing an egalitarian access to Chanel products, are we?

    Or even better: do you think we've got case material on our hands there? That should...
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    Defining a modern fragrance

    Hey! Zain has just started an interesting thread asking every one which fragrances they considered "gentlemanly": following into his steps, could you make a list of the five men's fragrances you...
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    Re: Ultimate "gentlemanly" colognes

    Here's my list :

    Dunhill Edition (this has to be the most elegant, "gentlemanly" fragrance out there)
    Monsieur de Givenchy
    Givenchy Xeryus
    Givenchy Insensé
    Hermès Equipage
    Hermès Eau d'Orange...
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    Re: French Lover came in today (quick review)

    I tried it today, and like it a lot !

    I totally agree there is a strong resemblance with Terre d'Hermès, but without the overpowering effect of the latter. It is a little like a darker, more...
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    Re: Vétiver Extraordinaire - Seasonal?

    I agree ! Vetiver Extraordinaire is certainly the most wearable fragrance I have ever owned : it just works under ANY circumstance. It is fresh enough for warm, sunny days, woody and deep enough for...
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    Re: what is a perfume for dandy?

    Indeed it should be commonly agreed that Dior Homme is the modern dandy's fragrance "par excellence" !

    But I also agree something more dated should be considered : I received a vintage bottle of...
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    Re: Hedi Slimane leaves Dior

    You shouldn't worry too much : Hedi Slimane is going to be replaced by Kriss Van Assche, who has worked hand-in-hand with him for a few years at Dior already, before he left only a couple of years...
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    Re: The new Mitouko: not so bad after all!

    Well isn't it funny ! Could you please read what you posted again ? You have just listed all the good reasons why it makes sense to question how unbiased his opinion is !

    To be honest, by posting...
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    Re: The new Mitouko: not so bad after all!

    How big was the cheque hidden in the bottom of the Mitsouko box, do you think ?...
  20. Re: Luca Turin interview in the upcoming Fantastic Man Magazine

    I've had it for a few weeks now, and wanted to copy the article here because it's great (just as the whole magazine indeed), but it's also VERY long, and I'm also VERY lazy so... I suggest you all go...
  21. Re: Parfumerie Générale, Pierre Guillaume, best niche since Malle and Lutens?

    Thank you, Jasmin de Grasse, for posting about Parfumerie Générale : I had totally forgotten this brand even existed, and you made me want to look into it. So I checked out their website and answered...
  22. Re: What scent out there, would you have created for yourself, it's so good ...

    I see what Dolly Dagger means, and very much agree : I mostly wear Daim Blond (Serge Lutens) and Vetiver Extraordinaire (Frédéric Malle) depending on my moods, yet the one fragrance I feel intimately...
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    Re: Your worst frag gift ever?

    Hugo by Hugo Boss... and the 100ml, not just the 50ml bottle ! A real nightmare, ant the painful memory of a veeery looong year trying to empty the bottle by actually wearing it and not just throwing...
  24. Re: Burberry Summer and Eternity Summer for men

    I tried Burberry Summer too last weekend, and what can I say, except it is the best top notes in a decade !!! The only problem for me is that it dries down pretty quickly to a typically modern,...
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    Re: What's the Cologne you Hate the most?

    Jean-Paul Gaultier's Le Mâle... by a mile ! (sorry)

    That is just a sickening thing (really, it makes me nauseous), and with all due respect to Le Mâle lovers I really don't get the appeal there. I...
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    Re: Femenine scent that are manly!

    I always thought of Vol de Nuit as a darker, manlier version of Mitsouko (mind you I never got myself to buy it, but I've been tempted !)

    Would you agree that there is something a bit masculine in...
  27. Re: Name your favorite from each perfume house, please?

    Guerlain : Derby
    Chanel : Coco
    Yves Saint Laurent : Rive Gauche
    Hermès : Amazone
    Jean Patou : 1000
    Dior : Miss Dior
    Caron : Alpona
    Serge Lutens : Daim Blond
    Frédéric Malle : Vétiver...
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    Re: Most masculine scents?

    ... at last ! That one to me is the manliest fragrance.

    I also agree with Ralph Lauren's Polo, Givenchy Gentleman, Guerlain Vetiver (the original one), Serge Lutens Chêne, Azzaro Pour Homme. Yeah....
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    Re: Your "gender boundaries" for fragrances...

    A little off-topic but not so much so :

    As usual I took the subway to work this morning, and could definitely smell someone wearing a superb, elegant, sexy fragrance near me that I very much...
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    Re: Your "gender boundaries" for fragrances...

    Any, really. Mind you I find Dior's Jules and Rochas' Macassar to be particularly manly and I only rarely wear them (also I think you need a really special occasion to wear them so...)



    Daim...
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    Re: Derby by Guerlain

    Well perhaps you've just summed it up : I for one worship Derby (although I very much agree the new version does not compete in any respect with the former one, while the price is simply a mockery)...
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    Re: Monsieur de Givenchy

    How funny ! I tried this one only a week ago in a duty-free shop, loved it, and stupidly didn't buy a bottle although it only priced at 28 euro !!! It is beautiful, simple and classy indeed, perfect...
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    Chamade pour Homme

    You probably already know about this, but "deux précautions valent mieux qu'une" (=better be safe than sorry) so...

    I went to a Guerlain boutique today, and saw that they have re-released Chamade...
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    Re: Iris silver mist v. Dior Homme

    They are very different.

    There is something sweet and "sticky" about Dior Homme that makes it very addictive at first sniff but, at least in my opinion, makes it a little cloying in the drydown...
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    Re: Paris Advice Needed

    Les Salons du Palais Royal Shiseido is simply a must-do : remember to ask to visit the top floor (if you ask to see the make-up line, they will automatically take you upstairs so that might be a good...
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    Re: Luca Turin on the new Chanels

    Well. The new Chanels have had me confused for a few weeks now (and even more so since a couple of days as I finally had a chance to smell them), and so has Luca Turin's review. I'd like to develop...
  37. Re: Gentlemen, do you like to smell L'Heure Bleue...

    I would never wear L'Heure Bleue, but I can't help following a woman on the street who's walking ahead of me and wearing it : I always wonder what sort of wonderful life she must be leading for her...
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    Re: What fragrance would Vicky Pollard wear?

    I love this thread !!! I think she wouldn't wear fragrance at all, but for some reason I would really imagine her smelling of Rice Krispies. Don't ask why. Or maybe some faint detergent smell mixed...
  39. Re: Column: Human Remains - a look at Etat Libre d'Orange

    Well, that's all very interesting, BUT !

    In my opinion there is really nothing great about this new brand, and I very much regard the obsession with sex and politically uncorrect names or...
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    Re: What would Indiana Jones wear?

    Well a season's favourite : Sécrétions Magnifiques by Etat Libre d'Orange...
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    Re: Serge Lutens 15ml bottles

    They (almost) already do : since this winter at the Salons du Palais Royal Shiseido in Paris, you can ask for a little spray bottle with each purchase of a bell jar. Unfortunately these bottles are...
  42. Re: "Secretions magnifiques" I can't belive............

    Well if that isn't a moralizing post, I don't know what is !

    Pointing out the fact that a fragrance imitates certain smells, and saying you don't particularly enjoy them in a fragrance, has...
  43. Re: "Secretions magnifiques" I can't belive............

    I smelled that fragrance the very day it came out (no pun...), and I must say the odour beats all the gross talking we can have here. It's so funky it's scary !!! (and yes indeed, WHY OH WHY would...
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    Re: Longing for Spring

    I can't wait for spring to come back either, if anything for the pleasure of further getting acquainted with Fleurs de Citronnier by Serge Lutens. Subtlety and joy in one little, surprisingly...
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    Re: Terre D'Hermes for a job interview?

    Terre d'Hermès for a job interview ? No. No ! NO !!!

    I guess a little bit of Eau Sauvage / Pour Monsieur / YSL Pour Homme / Acqua di Gio might be tolerable, but that's as wild as it gets.

    If I...
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    Re: Chanel 22 mystery

    Well I don't know what happened to your bottle, but what I can tell you is that you can still find N°22 in perfume bottles here in Chanel boutiques in Paris. And I assume you will find it in NY too...
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    Re: Most Anticipated Release

    Same here, I can't wait any longer ! The price will be high indeed : 180 euros for a 200ml bottle (which is eventually not more expensive than two 100ml bottles of, say, Vetiver Extraordinaire by...
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    Re: Most elegant Lutens

    I agree with Encens & Lavande and Daim Blond to be very nice indeed, but I think Chêne is definitely the most elegant fragrance Serge Lutens has created so far (and my personal favourite !)
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    Re: 10 Disasterpieces - Your list

    Le Mâle, Jean-Paul Gaultier (can it get worse than this ? Hopefully not !!!)
    Armani Mania, Giorgio Armani
    Lolita Lempicka Pour Homme
    L'Instant de Guerlain Pour Homme
    L'Homme, Lanvin
    L'Homme,...
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    Re: 10 Masterpieces - Your List

    Encens & Lavande, Serge Lutens
    Chêne, Serge Lutens
    Vetiver Oriental, Serge Lutens
    Fleurs de Citronnier, Serge Lutens
    Ambre Sultan, Serge Lutens
    Vetiver Extraordinaire, Frédéric Malle
    Derby,...
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    Re: SOTD Saturday, January 6th

    Miel de Bois by Serge Lutens for the very first time, and I love it ! For some obscure reason it makes me think of the song "My Baby just Cares for Me", and I love that too !!!!
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    Re: Fragrance of the day, Thursday, January 4

    Fleurs de Citronnier by Serge Lutens.
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    Re: SOTD Wednesday, January 3, 2007

    Bois du Portugal by Creed--for the first time, and it may well be the last time too ! It's a pity because I see this one gets a lot of fantastic reviews here and seems very popular, but it just...
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    Re: Sexiest Fragrance??

    There is something dark and bold in Gucci Eau de Parfum that makes me go maaaaad !...
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    Re: What should be added to my wardrobe?

    Citron Citron by Miller Harris : now this is a really nice 100% citrus fragrance, and given the scandalous price, it must be niche as well, right ? ;) (although I'm not sure it could be called...
  56. Re: Help..looking for real nice light scent that isnt....

    Well if you really hate cumin, maybe you should keep refraining yourself, but it is not an overwhelming slap of cumin in your face either so...
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    Re: Comme des Garcons perfumes

    I had a chance to try the latest Comme des Garçons fragrance this week-end at Colette : "Beady Monster" it is called, and the name couldn't be more appropriate ! The flacon is gorgeous, and the smell...
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    Re: Patchouli Patch?

    Sweet it is, that's for sure ! So sweet I always feel it is made of velvet. It's a "funny" fragrance : you do smell patchouli in it, but in such a soft, smooth and tamed way you have to check twice....
  59. Re: Help..looking for real nice light scent that isnt....

    Eau Egyptienne by Spa Cinq Mondes could be a good pick : a very very light, spicy scent that just surrounds you with a discreet aura of modernity (you can purchase it through their website :...
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    Re: SOTD Monday January 1st

    The only one I felt like wearing today is Dior's Eau Sauvage, but I haven't got it on my bathroom shelf, so instead I went for... nothing ! Happy New Year to everyone !
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    Re: SOTD Sunday 31 December

    Serge Lutens' Encens & Lavande, with its grey melancholy note to bid 2006 farewell and slide in 2007 in peace !
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    Re: Nicholai New York...what am I smelling?

    Funny this post should come up today : I myself tested New York for the first time yesterday, indeed after Turin's notorious praises.

    As it is, I must say this is a very fine fragrance, and one...
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    Re: Million-dollar casino scents

    I would choose between Rochas Lui and Antaeus by Chanel, i.e. something overtly masculine, but in a posh sort of way (the kind of fragrance you'd smell on the guy who knows the first names of the...
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    Re: Top 5 Winter fragrances...?

    Chêne, Serge Lutens. (my number one choice in winter !)
    Jules, Dior.
    Rose de Nuit, Serge Lutens.
    Alpona, Caron.
    Vetiver Oriental, Serge Lutens.
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    Re: The ultimate six-fragrance wardrobe

    Vetiver Extraordinaire, Frédéric Malle (morning, noon and night)
    Ho Hang, Balenciaga (on a sunny morning)
    Un Jardin sur le Nil, Hermès (on a sunny afternoon)
    Encens & Lavande, Serge Lutens (on a...
  66. Re: Have a friend going to Paris... which Serge Lutens to ask for?

    I suppose you should choose Vetiver Oriental : I just had a quick glance at your wardrobe, and I fear you may be rather put off by Muscs Koublaï Khän, Cuir Mauresque and the likes. Vetiver Oriental...
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    Re: SOTD Monday, December 18th

    Alpona, by Caron.
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    Re: If you could only have one........

    I've been trying to keep my wardrobe to just one-fragrance-for-everything for as far as I can remember, and the only thing I can say is that it doesn't work. ;)

    Yet, if I had to make a decision...
  69. Thread: Soir?

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    Re: Soir?

    "Evening"
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    Re: worst fragrance of all time???

    I must say Le Mâle is a no-no to me too : I find it both unbearable as a smell and as a choice, and am always led to grant very little esteem to those who wear it. Sorry in advance to the pro-s ! :-[
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    Re: Women's fragrances men adore?

    Eau de Parfum Gucci is, surprisingly, my absolute favourite fragrance. Nothing tops it in my opinion (and do I love my Lutens, though !) I am amazed not to smell it on women more than that (in fact I...
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    Re: When you're tired of subtlety

    I can't even stand myself when wearing Santal de Mysore by Serge Lutens : that is a killer !

    I also agree about Jacomo de Jacomo, and never dared wearing Sables and Eau du Fier by Annick Goutal,...
  73. Thread: detaille

    by Manderley
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    Re: detaille

    I found out about Detaille about a year ago. They make very fine fragrances, all of which are splendid in a very classic way. Do not expect anything you haven't already smelled : you will have the...
  74. Re: Moving in with Frédéric Malle's Noir Epices...

    Thank you guys for your precise remarks ! :)
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    Re: "Encens et Lavande" .........

    ... and these would be ?... ;D
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    Re: Meaning of 'Rive Gauche'

    The Parisian Left Bank is known as a place of intellectual activity, greater interest for arts, antiques and all that (most publishers (if not all of them) work there), as opposed to a Right Bank...
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    Re: Gucci Rush for Men

    Funny how perceptions will be so different : I have the exact opposite feeling ! I find Rush to be an intoxicating, uncompromising fragrance when Pour Homme just whispers a brilliant but almost timid...
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    Re: Which Penhaligon's

    I sometimes wear Blenheim Bouquet, which is not part of your list, yet much more modern than you would expect ; I had quite a few compliments wearing it. Something dark and "smoky" in the drydown...
  79. Moving in with Frédéric Malle's Noir Epices...

    I am currently discovering Noir Epices by Michel Roudnitska for Editions de Parfum Frédéric Malle, and the least I can say is that I am amazed by that fragrance. I have a few questions about it...
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    Re: "Encens et Lavande" .........

    Encens & Lavande is growing on me. I find it so pure, so calm, so beautiful... so different from other Lutens fragrances (which I otherwise like.)

    Although I know Caron's Pour Un Homme to have...
  81. Thread: All Black...

    by Manderley
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    Re: All Black...

    Errr, Emporio Armani White ?... :P
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    Re: Rediscovering Jazz(not Live Jazz)

    Jazz happens to be one of my favourite fragrances (and man, I have smelled a lot of them), and I think I will stand by my choice for another few years ! I find the new bottle to be even better than...
  83. Re: What scents do you like to wear with black tie

    I see two brilliant YSL fragrances for these occasions : Jazz and Pour Homme. Sooo elegant !
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    Re: Need a modern patchouli fragrance

    L'Artisan Parfumeur's Patchouli Patch, very patchouli... (in a typical but soft way)

    Serge Lutens' Borneo 1834, I actually prefer that one, more understated, more mature.
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    Re: Smoke Smoke and more Smoke.

    I suppose Noir Epices by Michel Roudnitska for Editions de Parfum Frédéric Malle could be one for you (a beautiful, dark, spicy fragrance without a hint of sweetness ; not exactly "smoky", but close...
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    Re: The SEXIEST Serge Lutens scent

    I totally agree with Tigrushka regarding Datura Noir : this is a splendid scent, and a very sexy one indeed.

    Muscs Koublaï Khän, Ambre Sultan of course... (both very close to body odours, by the...
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    Re: Iris Silver Mist.

    Funnily enough I am wearing Iris Silver Mist on my left hand today. I'm not sure it is that much of a "summer fragrance", as some of you have already pointed out. It is rather a very very cold (I...
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    Re: Female scents suitable for men....

    A few of you mentioned some Guerlain fragrances, and I just smelled Vol de Nuit a couple of days ago. I found it had something peppery to it which made it not so feminine in the end, and wondered...
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    Re: Which two Hermes work best

    Un Jardin sur le Nil is their best fragrance for summer in my opinion (fresh, fruity with a hint of wood...), and Poivre Samarcande in their "exclusive" Hermessence range seems like the best choice...
  90. Re: Battle of the Compliments: Designer -vs- Niche

    However sorry it makes me, I must admit that designer fragrances always gave me more compliments than my collection of Lutens ever will. In fact Armani Eau pour Homme is the one I was most popular...
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    Re: Miller Harris Samples?

    I got my samples by calling directly the Notting Hill boutique in London, and they shipped them within a week for free !
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    Re: Grown Up/Classy Suggestions

    I'm adding a couple more fragrances :

    En Sens de Bois, Miller Harris (magnificent incense, yet very discreet and understated... beautiful ! the epitomy of a "mature" choice)

    Eau de Campagne,...
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    Re: summer collection

    Eau de Campagne, Sisley (superb, very very classy)
    Body Kouros, YSL
    Eau d'Hadrien, Annick Goutal
    Eau Sauvage, Dior
    L'Eau par Kenzo pour Homme
    Citron Citron, Miller Harris
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    Re: Grown Up/Classy Suggestions

    Masculine fragrances I regard as classy and grown-up are :

    MPG's Iris Bleu Gris
    Serge Lutens' Encens & Lavande
    Ralph Lauren's Purple Label

    I find them great, as they are pretty "classic" and...
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    Re: Fragance for a Bestman

    Well well well, I am to be best man at two weddings next year, and if I am most certainly planning not to upstage the groom clotheswise and will be wearing a very very formal black suit, there is NO...
  96. Re: Going to London - have a couple questions

    You should definitely pay a visit to Miller Harris !
  97. Re: The perfect bar hopping / clubbing fragrance

    YSL's Body Kouros... Sheer seduction in a bottle ! In fact I only wear it to bars or clubs. Some time ago I also used to wear Envy for Men by Gucci, and remember enjoying it especially on a night...
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    Re: SotD Saturday 6th May

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    Thanks !!! Looking forward to many many many great discussions !
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    Re: Obsessed with "formal" fragrances

    Hi Ged !

    Most of the fragrances you mention were (and still are) some of my favourites : Edition by Dunhill is what I call a classy fragrance indeed !

    Yet, if you feel comfortable, then why...
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    Re: Why is Derby...

    As far as I know, Derby is exclusively available at the Champs-Elysees Guerlain boutique, and at the Guerlain corner at the Bon Marche department store in Paris (It is now part of a collection called...
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