This month's British GQ has given Nicole Farhi some publicity on her debut fragrance, they refer to it as a 1985 vintage for the 2005 man, they further describe it as a *"Glass Act".

Farhi has professed her love of masculine style & allegedly the men's version was easier for her to concot, the top layer has been described as an unusual one consisting of tea tree & the drydown consists of leather & musk.

The fragrance has been referred to as a compilation of the scents that Farhi has picked up over her years of travelling, that she recognises from different parts of her life (I wonder which ones?).

I am yet to sample this, but I don't seem to have high hopes, as I do not buy into this hype.

Any comments in addition to the previous thread?