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    and you have the chance to work for a famous fragrance house wich one will you choose for....?more than one option is available

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    Caron, of course
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    My fav for guy scents is L'Artisan but I would have to say Annick Goutal because they need some help in the men frags and I would be surrounded by great smelling women ;D ;D ;D

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    I voted "others" , since I`d probably would go to Comme des Garcons. I guess that after all it would suit best for the weirdo like me.

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    I would most enjoy working for Bond no. 9 because they are a company on the rise, and I would love to be a part of their develepment.

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    I voted others. I'd love to work with Serge Lutens. I think they have some of the most beautiful fragrances in the world that many people never hear of. I'd like to promote them.

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    I'd want to own the store that sold them.
    "Ca sent les pieds!"

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    L'Artisan
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    I picked YSL because god knows every time I've ever asked about one of their frags, the SA's were clueless- ie: the "Mister 7 incident" and every time I asked about Body Kouros and had them try to tell me that Kouros was the same thing...

    YSL needs to promote its products better.

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    I voted for Others too. I'd like to work for Frederick Malle because they produce some exquisite frags.

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    L'artisan for me. All of the ones that I've tried from this house aren't just scents; they're works of art IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steveharrisonmc
    I voted others. *I'd love to work with Serge Lutens. *I think they have some of the most beautiful fragrances in the world that many people never hear of. *I'd like to promote them.
    I second Serge Lutens. They make frags that are so incredibly unique ... I'd love to be one of the testers or "concotors" of their formulas.

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    Creed!
    Dave here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Indie_Guy
    I picked YSL because god knows every time I've ever asked about one of their frags, the SA's were clueless- ie: the "Mister 7 incident" and every time I asked about Body Kouros and had them try to tell me that Kouros was the same thing...

    YSL needs to promote its products better.
    I believe they are owned by guchi now.

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    I'd go for SL as well, Bond No.9 and Amouage would interest me as well. I would say Guerlain too, but they just take too long to come out with something for men most of the time.
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    Chanel - because of their fashon background. I have to say that I hesitated between YSL and Chanel - but, since Tom Ford is not anymore designer for YSL, my vote is Chanel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrliberfarb
    [quote author=Indie_Guy link=1136650961/0#8 date=1136665341]I picked YSL because god knows every time I've ever asked about one of their frags, the SA's were clueless- ie: the "Mister 7 incident" and every time I asked about Body Kouros and had them try to tell me that Kouros was the same thing...

    YSL needs to promote its products better.
    I believe they are owned by guchi now.[/quote]
    Yup! They're both part of the Gucci group (with Stella McCartney and Alexander McQueen also)!
    But also Guerlain and Givenchy are part of the LVMH group (with uitton, Dior etc...)

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    Probably Thierry Mugler...I just have this love for their products.
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    Definitely L'Artisan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magnifiscent
    [quote author=mrliberfarb link=1136650961/0#13 date=1136701062][quote author=Indie_Guy link=1136650961/0#8 date=1136665341]I picked YSL because god knows every time I've ever asked about one of their frags, the SA's were clueless- ie: the "Mister 7 incident" and every time I asked about Body Kouros and had them try to tell me that Kouros was the same thing...

    YSL needs to promote its products better.
    I believe they are owned by guchi now.[/quote]
    Yup! They're both part of the Gucci group (with Stella McCartney and Alexander McQueen also)!
    But also Guerlain and Givenchy are part of the LVMH group (with uitton, Dior etc...)[/quote]
    Yup! Yup!... Boucheron is also part of Gucci Group!!! 8-)

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    I wouldn't mind working with Mr. Villoresi! Of all cities in the world, I would like to live in Florence.

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