I think Joop! Homme could go with electronic music. And Cool Water is like... "adult alternative"... like the Goo Goo Dolls or Collective Soul.
Thread: fragrances and music
What associations do you make between fragrances and music? For example, what fragrances might you associate with different musical genres: techno/electronic, disco, reggae, folk, psychedelia, prog-rock, heavy metal, grunge---you name it! (No jokes about Jazz, please.)
-Boucheron PH, Vintage Tabarome - classical
-Heritage - jazz
-Old Spice - big band/popular standards. My favorite fragrance and my favorite music!
OK, I close my eyes and...
BdP => Jazz
Ungaro III => Romantic
Tumulte => Classical
GIT => Pop
Life Essence => Rock
LV Sandalo => Soul
« L'odeur de rose, faible, grâce au vent léger d'été qui passe, se mêle aux parfums qu'elle a mis.»
[ Paul Verlaine ]
Last weekend I saw an 80's tribute band, so I wore Azzaro PH. Ahh, the memories...
Other associations I have:
~ Tabaróme 1875 - Cuban Jazz (wore this when I saw Arturo Sandoval)
~ Third Man - Jazz
~ Passage D'enfer - Church music
~ Odeur 53 - Indie music
~ Héritage - Classical
~ Timbuktu - International
~ L'Anarchiste - Rock
Jungle - Lynx Africa!
Any UK youngsters in the early nineties will know this
Yeah! I haven't experienced Vintage Tabarome or Heritage, but I agree about Boucheron PH and Old Spice. Right on![/quote]Originally Posted by d4
Towards the end of the War (which was during the big band era), Old Spice was associated with the American GI's!
Czech & Speake NO.88 - Free Jazz as it is not for everyone
Let your nose be your pilot
Body Kouros is a great synth-pop album in bottle. [smiley=thumbsup.gif]
Tea for Two is like an old skool R&B style to it.
Armani Mania is Techo/Rave music... not much more to say about that one...
Anything really musky would be a good Jazz type smell. It just reminds me of the times and back then musk was popular anyway. It just goes...
EnvYuS My Wardrobe
Aqua Di Gio = Bubble Gum Pop? ;D