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    Default Lalique fragrances?

    Do you highly regard Lalique fragrances?
    Let your nose be your pilot

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    francois
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    They are high quality scents.
    I don't know about the womens but the mens are all available in both EDT and EDP concentrations.
    My favorite is the first (lion head; yellow juice).
    Equus (horse head; red juice) smells quite medicinal on my skin.
    Le faune (faun head; blue juice) smells quite close to Allure Homme.

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    I sure do. As Francois mentions, they are indeed all fantastic quality, and I also agree the first one, the Lyon, or simply Lalique Pour Homme is the best of the bunch - EDP if you can try it, but the EDT is also quite good. My second choice from the line-up would be Le Faune, the Allure-like blue juice - Similar to Allure, more complex - but better? thats a real toss up.

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    GnuGnuAntiloop
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    All three are quality fragrances indeed!

    My favorite is Equus. It has a heady juniper note, hot spices and strong cedar-y base. It's one of the few oriental-spicy scents that is very hot, but not sweet - it doesn't have vanilla or any other "sweetener" nor is it heavily ambery. I like it a lot, but I can see if someone else finds it too sharp and cedary.

    Lion is great as well! It's citrus and floral notes are so perfectly combined with dry woods, dry vanilla and hint of leather, that it makes me think of one Guerlain's master piece - namely Habit Rouge! While I really like Lion I find it difficult to wear - just too formal for me!

    Le Faune is pretty damn close to Allure like others have already stated, but the edp version puts more emphasis on the sweeter and heavier notes making it less fresh than Allure or Le Faune edt. None of the versions (edt/edp) has the sillage and longevity of Allure on my skin and I've gotta admit that I much prefer the Chanel's creation.

    -T-

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    Chaps, thanks for your comments so far, they've been helpfull.
    Let your nose be your pilot

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    I have high regard for all three but especially for *Lalique Pour Homme Equus EDP*, which IMO is one of the all-time great designer scents. It highly aromatic, refined, and distinctive. It has a beautiful juniper/cedar accord that runs throughout the entire duration of the fragrance, a duration which is substantial. A very impressive fragrance.

    scentemental



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    The EDP are very high quality. I suggest the first edition with the lion motif a sharp oriental.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scentimus
    The EDP are very high quality. *I suggest the first edition with the lion motif a sharp oriental.
    Is the EDP marketed as a ladies fragrance? Is this it?

    http://cgi.ebay.com/Lalique-Perfume-...QQcmdZViewItem
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    No. All of the Lalique Pour Homme line (Lion, Equus, and Faune) come in both EDT and EDP strengths.

    Lalique Pour Homme Lion EDP:

    http://www.parfum1.com/perfume.asp?t...me=Lalique+Men


    Lalique Pour Homme Equus EDP:

    http://www.parfum1.com/perfume.asp?t...=Lalique+Equus


    Lalique Pour Homme Faune EDP:

    http://www.parfum1.com/perfume.asp?t...lique+Le+Faune


    scentemental




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    Default Re: Lalique fragrances?

    Thanks a lot scentemental!
    Let your nose be your pilot

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    Quote Originally Posted by magnnum
    Thanks a lot scentemental!
    No problem Magnnum. My pleasure.

    Always glad to help out a friend, especially one who shares the same kind of passion for Czech & Speake fragrances that I do.

    Best wishes for the holiday season,

    scentemental

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    Quote Originally Posted by scentemental
    [quote author=magnnum link=1135275386/0#9 date=1135399885]Thanks a lot scentemental!
    No problem Magnnum. My pleasure.

    Always glad to help out a friend, especially one who shares the same kind of passion for Czech & Speake fragrances that I do. *

    Best wishes for the holiday season,

    scentemental
    [/quote]

    Merry Xmas scentemental, I look forward to the C&S threads in the new year!
    Let your nose be your pilot

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