I know the whole reformulation thing has been beaten to death lately, but I am wondering about Knize Ten. It seems that this iconic fragrance continues to get rave reviews, and nothing is ever mentioned about it being anything other than a strong and vibrant leather fragrance. I think I even read that the formula is the same as it was in the 1920's? Is that possible? If that's true, are they immune from following the regulations put out by the IFRA? Like many here, I am interested in this fragrance, but am reluctant to spend $120.00 for a bottle, only to be disappointed with the latest version of the product. Any light shed on this topic is greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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2/28/13 at 4:20pm