I know Gucci Pour Homme 1 contains 26 notes and smells like a walk in a cedar forest, a bonfire, freshly cut wood, or perhaps a cool autumn day with distant chimney smoke hanging in the cool, crisp, air, however, there is also Hanae Mori's "HM", Dior's "Fahrenheit", Blvgari's "Black", Mugler's "A*Men" and "Cologne" too, with it's certainly unique "S" note! lol However, which designer fragrances truly amaze you with either the sheer volume of different notes employed to create one cohesive, delightful whole, or in your opinion, create an amazing, alluring fragrance, by utilising some of the most creative, inventive, and/or very unique notes or combinations thereof? I love great depth, singularity, and complexity in my fragrances, so long as they smell awesome. I'm sure there are a great many niche ones, but this thread is about designer fragrances only. Thank you, guys.
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5/13/12 at 7:26pm