I think Joop! Homme could go with electronic music. And Cool Water is like... "adult alternative"... like the Goo Goo Dolls or Collective Soul.
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