Thread: Idole de Lubin smells like ...
Costes :-/ I know Olivia Giacobetti made both of them. Somehow after the boozy opening Idole de Lubin settles into peppery incense notes of Costes, albeit more balanced with sweetness/smokiness and the incense. Anyone else see the similarities?
The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.
-- Marcel Proust
There are links but Costes strikes me as being more soapy and incensy, whereas Lubin has a transparency and spicy freshness.