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    Default The smells of fall. :)

    I love fall. It's my favorite season!!

    I love pumpkin and apple and the smell of leaves falling. Cool air smells better than hot air. And fireplaces can be lit up again, warm food is served.

    I pull out everything pumpkin and cinnamon and pecan and apple scented in my house around this time of year, but that's mainly candles, incense and room spray. But certain fragrances just say fall to me, and this is their time to shine!!

    What fragrances define fall for you?

    Yang smells just like pumpkin pie to me, so that's definately on the fall must-have list. Hanae Mori EDT is very fall to me as well: initial blast of apple pie, then it moves on to a warm gourmand blend. The EDP version is more winter than fall on me, it's deeper basenotes make it a lot warmer and the chocolate doesn't give off a fall feeling as much as the EDT.

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    Ungaro III has always been like bottled autumn for me.

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    Burberry Brit is going to be my signature fragrance this fall, I'm sure of it.
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    Balmain de Balmain.

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    For me, Mechant Loup is one one of the perfect Fall scents ...

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    Bel Ami
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    creed acier aluminum.
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    Default Re: The smells of fall. :)

    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeyManMatt
    Ungaro III has always been like bottled autumn for me.

    MMM
    Ditto.
    Also Anthracite.
    And Yves Rocher's Nature Millénaire, although I swapped it.

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    Hmmm, Mechant Loup seems to fit the bill according to the fragrance description, Bel Ami I think might still be too heavy for fall, how about Brit?
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    My fall arsenal stands at the ready:

    Burberry Brit, Hanae Mori EDT, Opium PH EDP, Gucci Pour Homme, Bel Ami, M7.
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    Mmm...Fall and Winter. Time for sweaters, scarves, warm weather hats, and the BEST seasons for perfume! I am looking forward to being able to wear Mitsouko under the collar of a wool sweater - cinnamon/peachy/moss goodness!

    I tend to like the heavier, more spicy and leathery men's scents, so bring on the cooler weather and the orientals on men. Love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by raptor
    For me, Mechant Loup is one one of the perfect Fall scents ...
    Couldn't agree more. I think that Mechant Loup is almost fall in a bottle. I also think that the John Galliano room spray from Diptyque with its smokiness is in great sympathy with fall.

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    Casran by Chopard for me

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    Geir and Envy for me, although I find Envy suitable for any romantic night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajmc
    Bel Ami
    Absolutely.

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    Burberry London is more of a winter, but could pass for Fall.
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    I'll be reaching for Gucci Nobile more often

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    Chanel Allure is a good choice for fall. [smiley=thumbup.gif]

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    M7 will be my fall staple<

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    I can hear the cries from the peanut gallery already...here comes pavneet with his Caron recommendation. However, I do think that this carries more universal resonance. L'Anarchiste and fall go hand in hand; I couldn't imagine one without the other.

    Cheers.

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    If Rocabar had more staying power it would be my #1 fall fragrance. I´m also fond of Mémoire d`Homme since it reminds me of bonfires the way that it smells when you walk by houses with chimney smoke coming out. Oh and Gucci Rush!! Maybe Zagorsk or Avignon?? And definitely Bel Ami. Now I´m really happy that summer is over!!

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    These have sparked some ideas!! Mechant Loup is DEFINATELY fall.

    I'd also add PIPER NIGRUM to the list of scents for fall.

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    Speaking of fall, I found a great oil by Green Lady Soap. It's called Woodsmoke and it smells goooood.

    I like spicy fragrances for fall. I think Opium is a great fall fragrance.

    So many others, I'll have to check and post here again.

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    Mainly for fall, I use

    Kyoto
    M7
    Paul Smith London
    L'Anarchiste
    Sequoia

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    My fall list will be:

    Ungaro III----my signature scent no matter what time of year
    Floris Santal----will get overtime
    Gucci Envy----goes well with a good meal, good company, good times
    D&G pour homme----cool weather MVP
    Very Sexy 2 for men----very warm
    Himalaya----perfect office/work fall scent to me
    Cristobal----won't wear to work but will wear to play
    Jacomo de Jacomo rouge----a little too suggestive for work but who cares
    Rochas Man----same as the preceding two
    L'Instant de Guerlain pour homme---will get extra use
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    Default Re: The smells of fall. :)

    I love this time of year. In fact I spend all year waiting for this time between mid September and Christmas. I love the smell of rotting leaves, wood smoke, crisp cool mornings and the colours of autumn. Lancome's Balafre, Carven Homme, the rustic Monsieur Rochas and above all Trumper's Eucris all come into their own about now!

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    For me:

    L'Anarchiste

    Obsession

    Zino

    Ungaro III


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    [blue]Some fragrances I’m looking forward to wearing this Fall:[/blue]

    Balenciaga Pour Homme
    Boucheron Pour Homme EDP
    Carre d’As (Patricia de Nicolaï)
    CdG White
    Douce Amère EDP
    Égoïste EDT and Cologne Concentrée
    Frankincense & Myrrh (Czech & Speake)
    Grain de Plaisir (MPG)
    Habit Rouge EDP
    Ho Hang (Balenciaga)
    Kyoto (CdG)
    L’Eau (Diptyque)
    Lalique Pour Homme Equus EDP
    Léonard Pour Homme
    Magnestism for Men
    Nemo (Cacharel)
    Nino Cerruti Pour Homme
    No. 88 (Czech & Speake)
    Nu EDP
    Nu EDT
    Oliban (Keiko Mecheri)
    Opium EDP (for women)
    Opium Pour Homme EDP
    Opium Secret de Parfum EDP (for women)
    Opôné
    Palisander (CdG)
    Parfum d’Habit (MPG)
    Passage d’Enfer
    Patou Pour Homme
    Rive Gauche Pour Homme
    Santos de Cartier (original 1981 formulation)
    Tam Dao
    Ungaro Pour L’Homme I
    Van Cleef & Arpels Pour Homme
    Vétyver (L’Occitane)

    [blue]scentemental[/blue]

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    Anteaus

    Kyoto

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    ~ Musc Ravageur
    ~ Cuiron
    ~ Burberry Brit for Men
    ~ Michael Kors
    ~ Piper Nigrum
    ~ Gucci pour Homme
    ~ Azzaro Visit
    ~ Anvers
    ~ Fahrenheit
    ~ Ungaro III
    ~ The Dreamer
    ~ Rocabar

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    Brandy
    JHL
    L'Eau

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    How could i forget about Obsession For Men! A fall and winter fragrance if there ever was one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cookesoul
    ...
    Chic for men----when I go out with younger ladies
    ...
    John Varvatos----when I go out with older ladies
    Tabarome Millesime----same use as Varvatos
    ...
    I actually find Chic and Tabaróme Millésime quite similar to each other. One more mature and refined than the other though, but still... Good pics though.

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    There are so many scents I've bought since spring but had to wait for fall to wear that I don't just think of smells for fall, I think of whole plans for smells of fall.

    I'm going tobacco overload this fall. The two Creed Tabaromes, Puig's great Quorum, and the magnificent Feuilles de Tabac by Miller Harris. I've got another couple tobaccos I can't remember just now. They're going to get play, oh baby.

    I'm also doing "the 'men' thing." It has been a while since I've delved into the scents with names of just "men", "pour homme," "uomo." So now I'm going to play them off each other. Perfumers are so direct about what a man should smell like that they tell you in writing on the bottle: This one is for a man, sir! Lineup includes: Lorenzo Villoresi's Uomo, Patricia de Nicolai's Pour Homme, Trussardi's and Fendi's Uomos. Interesting to note as I write this that almost all of these are Italian. Interesting.

    I'm also looking to get out some just plain heavies. Salvador by Salvador Dali is a heavy and so powerful it makes me thirsty when I smell it. I don't know why it works that way, but it does. Kouros is another heavy I'm going to lift.

    There are others I've gathered but not been able to wear. CdG's Zagorsk and PdN's New York for example.

    A bunch of Creeds on the list too: Santal Imperial and Royal English Leather foremost.

    Diptyque's Eau Trois is going to get plenty of play as well.

    Also I plan to try living in the Jickies: edt, edp, MdM, and Lavande Velours.

    I hope it is going to be a long, long fall.
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    Default Re: The smells of fall. :)

    Autumn is my favourite season, too. This is a great time for Chypres, any kind of Chypres, but especially fruity and leather Chypres, like Mitsouko, Femme, Y, Le Parfum de Thérèse, Cabochad, Bandit...
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    Michael for Men is a fall classic. The first few weeks of fall will get some wearing of Michael. I also have to add my praise of Mechant Loup, and add Voleur de Roses too. I'm gonna get both of these soon. I have some Goth Rosary scents that i'll be wearing too.

    Oh, also one of my new favorites for fall is Jo Malone Amber and Lavender. It's really dry and smokey. I'll probably wear this one later today.
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    Not a hint of fall in the air here so far. I've been waiting so long and it just keeps going long hot summer.
    [smiley=sad.gif]
    There are so many scents that wait cooler weather but by the time Autumn finally sets in around here it will be Halloween and nothing serves it up better than Lucifer No. 3. Perfect for an evening roll with your beast under the lunar glow amidst chilled fury of bloody and pumpkin skinned leaves adrift through shadow smudged funeral monuments chased by the eye smeared wind.

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    Weather is still ok here, but I'm lookin forward in wearing New York and Baladin (a real herbal fall scent to me). Also lookin forward to Dior Homme And Dior homme Eau Noir for cold winter days.

    Scentemental I'm surprised you like to wear Carre d'As in cold days. It's a warm weather scent to me. (At least, I THINK it is, haven't tried it on a cold day yet)

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    Cristobal,Jako,Spark and Jacomo Rouge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Indie_Guy
    Michael for Men is a fall classic...Mechant Loup, and add Voleur de Roses too...
    Amber, honey and roses: a great trio for fall... I would augment the selection with wood and smoke, for example either Gucci Pour Homme, Rush or Comme des Garçons 2 Man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eric
    Weather is still ok here, but I'm lookin forward in wearing New York and Baladin (a real herbal fall scent to me). Also lookin forward to Dior Homme And Dior homme Eau Noir for cold winter days.

    Scentemental I'm surprised you like to wear Carre d'As in cold days. It's a warm weather scent to me. (At least, I THINK it is, haven't tried it on a cold day yet)

    [blue]Eric,

    It depends what you mean by warm weather. For most of the summer where I live temperatures reach highs in the upper 30s in degrees Celsius. That's close to 100 degrees in the Fahrenheit scale and this happens everyday from about the end of May all the way to the end of September sometimes. This summer is one of those sometimes. As I write this, it's currently 36 degrees Celsius and there are least two hours to go before we top out the temperature for the day. Add high humidity to all this almost every single day for 6 months and you'll understand why many scents, while they might work as summer scents in most climates, just won't work in the kind of weather I've just described. We only get about one month of decently cold weather, so I have very limited opportunities to try out the heavyweights let alone the middleweights sometimes. I have to choose my scents carefully, especially when I leave the house.

    Regards,

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    Oh, lol!, I understand now! [smiley=wink.gif]. Hot and humit days doesn't scream for the heavy boys. Oh, winters here in holland can be real cold!! I just need warmer scents to survive winter!

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    Quote Originally Posted by raptor
    For me, Mechant Loup is one of the perfect Fall scents ...
    Couldn't agree more! This is the first scent that came to mind when I saw the original question.

    Others that came to mind that have also been mentioned are M7 and Michael for Men. I'd also throw in MPG Grain de Plaisir and L'Artisan L'eau du Navigateur. All of these latter fragrances are ones that I reach for in the fall, but none embodies fall like Mechant Loup!

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    Jaipar and M7 both my fall October staples. I just can't wait to break them out. Tomorrow is going to be the first day of fall and its still muggy humid here.

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    I absolutely HATE summer! I am SO glad it's almost over. I wait all year for Fall and Winter. Now, where should I hang that garland: over the sofa again??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Allen-at-home
    I absolutely HATE summer! I am SO glad it's almost over. I wait all year for Fall and Winter. Now, where should I hang that garland: over the sofa again??
    Me too, so here's looking foward to Black Cashmere, Basala, Comme de Garcons edu Parfum, Comme de Garcons 2, Norma Kamali Incense, the smoky leather scent Kolnisch Juchten, Jaipur edp, Kingdom, Angel Men, Bakir, Mitsouko edp, Bel Ami, Habanita extract, Arabie, Gucci ph, edu parfum Gucci, Davidoff;s Relax and Zino, Vendetta, M7, Morabito Or Black, and most of my wardrobe

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    L'Artisan Fou d'Absinthe

    Idole by Lubin

    Pomegranate Noir by Jo Malone

    CdG Sequoia

    CdG Zagorsk

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    Good thread.

    My choices are M7, Tuscany, Green Irish Tweed, Tabarome Millesime and Rive Gauche.

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    I think MPG's Secret Melange is perfect for fall and winter...smells like a mix of Haloween and Christmas!
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    Ungaro III- Smells of fine wine and roses, great.
    The Dreamer- nuff said!!!
    Roma- Despite the summery vibe, it still could be rocked in the Fall.
    Sculpture- I just wish it was stronger.
    Zino- nuff said!!
    XS- I'll be getting this soon. I hope it works well during this season.
    Declaration- Very smoky, I love it.
    Rochas Man- Ahhh, the smell of ambery chocolate flowing through the cool, crisp air.
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    I wear most of these in the Fall

    JHL

    No.88
    Tiffany for Men
    Noir Epices
    Domenico Caraceni Pour Homme
    Balenciaga Pour Homme
    Patou Pour Homme
    Patou Pour Homme Privé
    Ungaro Pour L'Homme 1
    Santal de Mysore
    Bois des Îles EDT
    Poivre
    Eau Lente
    Guerlain Vetiver (vintage)
    Chergui
    Mazzolari Patchouli
    Cacharel Pour Homme
    New York
    Jules
    Van Cleef & Arpels Pour Homme
    Parfum d'Habit
    Black Aoud
    Oliban
    Égoïste
    Opôné
    Noir Epices
    Arabie
    Chene
    Ambre Sultan
    Rive Gauche Pour Homme
    Leonard Pour Homme

    Cuir d'Oranger
    Paco Rabanne Pour Homme
    L'Eau
    Relax
    Voleur de Roses
    Lorenze Villoresi Musk
    Carlo Corinto Vetyver (unlisted in directory)
    Héritage EDP
    Mitsouko EDT, Parfum
    Jaïpur Homme EDP
    Fumerie Turque
    Route du Vetiver
    Third Man
    Nino Cerruti Pour Homme
    Oriental Lumpur
    Yatagan
    M7
    Opium Pour Homme EDP
    Borneo 1834
    Habit Rouge EDP
    Musc Ravageur
    Tabac Blond
    and many more


    Smell most like Fall

    Leonard Pour Homme
    Ungaro Pour L'Homme 1
    Parfum d 'Habit
    Yatagan

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    The problem we have in the u.k. is that autumn just won't come. the sun is lower but we still have heat and humidity in abundance. it doesn't feel right wearing out-and-out summer frags but its too hot for silage-monsters. trapped in-between. any ideas?
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    CB I Hate Perfume's "Burning Leaves" -- which smells like roasting wieners to me -- now there's a smell of fall!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minty S
    CB I Hate Perfume's "Burning Leaves" -- which smells like roasting wieners to me -- now there's a smell of fall!
    Love the smell of that one. Late October, burnt smell in the air. Could be more diffusive and goes subtle fairly quickly.
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    Ungaro III
    Burberry Brit
    Trumper's Sandalwood
    Gucci Envy
    Diptyque Tam Dao
    D&G Pour Homme

    and Geir get honorable mention because I think it really shines in spring, but is nice in fall too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pluran
    Random assortment that I wear in the Fall

    Ungaro Pour L'Homme

    JHL (Aramis)
    No.88 (Czech & Speake)
    Balenciaga Pour Homme
    Fumerie Turque (Serge Lutens)
    Patou Pour Homme
    Trussardi Uomo
    Egoiste (Chanel)
    Eau Lente (Diptyque)
    Imperial Opopanax (Les Nereides)
    Chergui (Serge Lutens)
    Havana (Aramis)
    Jules (Dior)
    Van Cleef & Arpels Pour Homme

    Parfum d'Habit (Maitre Parfumeur et Gantier)
    Zino Davidoff
    Opone (Diptyque)

    Messe de Minuit (Etro)
    Noir Epices (Editions de Parfums Frederic Malle)
    Givenchy Gentleman
    Acqua di Cuba (Santa Maria Novella)
    Vintage Tabarome (Creed)
    Ambre Sultan (Serge Lutens)
    Rive Gauche Pour Homme (Yves Saint Laurent)
    Leonard Pour Homme

    Antaeus (Chanel)
    Derby (Guerlain)
    Tabarome Millesime (Creed)
    Paco Rabanne Pour Homme

    Avignon (Comme des Garcons)
    Tea for Two (L'Artisan)
    Carlo Corinto Vetyver
    Mitsouko EDT (Guerlain)
    Jaipur EDP (Boucheron)
    Cannabis Santal (Fresh)
    Bel Ami (Hermes)
    Route du Vetiver (Maitre Parfumeur et Gantier)
    Opium EDT - for women (Yves Saint Laurent)
    Gianfranco Ferre Men
    Bois du Portugal (Creed)
    Nino Cerruti Pour Homme
    Douce Amere (Serge Lutens)
    Eau des Iles (Maitre Parfumeur et Gantier)
    Kouros (Yves Saint Laurent)
    Opium Pour Homme EDP (Yves Saint Laurent)
    Borneo 1834 (Serge Lutens)
    Bijan for Men
    Habit Rouge EDT EDP (Guerlain)
    Musc Ravageur (Editions de Parfums Frederic Malle)
    Jicky EDP (Guerlain)
    Scent Intense (Costume National)
    Tabac Blond (Caron)
    Knize Ten (Knize)
    Are you going to wear those all at once???????

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    - Annick Goutal Sables (warm and comforting after drydown)

    - Hermes Equipage (floral, but with smokey base)

    - Penhaligons Endymion (nice coffee note, works only in winter for me, otherwise it is to sweet for my taste)

    - Yohji Homme (excellent, smooth and unintrusive gourmand)

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    My scents that will get heavy rotation in the fall:
    Visit (I will wear this in the winter more)
    Obsession
    Obsession Night
    Burberry Brit
    Dunhill Fresh
    Drakkar Noir
    Maybe Live Jazz
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    Default Re: The smells of fall. :)

    My fall arsenal (so far):

    Burberry Brit
    Givenchy Pi (can't get enough of this one!!!)
    Lolita Lempicka au masculin
    Bvlgari Black

    Also Gendarme & TM Cologne, because soap never goes out of season
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    Default Re: The smells of fall. :)

    My Fall scents that can apply to winter as well:

    Michael Kors Michael for Men
    Comme des Garcons 2 Man
    YSL M7
    YSL Opium
    Givenchy Pi
    Creed GIT
    Burberry Brit
    Creed BdG

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