I have the Trussardi "Classic" -- the one in the white lizard-like skin with the leather greyhound logo on front. It's another that I love but rarely wear, though I wore it quite a bit last year. I'd call it a chypre, and I'd call it a fresh, clean, crisp chypre -- very smooth, not too green, not too mossy, not too floral -- not "too" anything really, just a nice blend though it does lean to the floral side (and yet not at all too feminine). Perhaps it's somewhat like Cabochard, but the leather in Trussardi Classic is barely discernible to my nose, unlike Cabochard, and it's much sweeter than Cabochard, I think. It has a pleasant almost fruity sweetness for a short while and very obvious rose and geranium at the heart. I haven't done a side-by-side to either Cabochard or Coriandre, and I haven't worn Coriandre in a long time so I can't really address how it compares to Trussardi, and I'm just going by olfactory memory with Cabochard. I find the Trussardi fairly straightforward as it doesn't really go through much change from start to finish on my skin, yet it's a very interesting fragrance.