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  1. #31

    Default Re: The best fragrance Names of all time

    Ok I actually like:

    Flowerbomb
    Agent Provocateur
    Maharajah
    Mihime
    Ambre Sultan
    Crystal Flowers
    Tuberose Criminelle
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    Parfum Sacre
    Passage d'Enfer
    Coup de Fouet
    L'Ombre dans L'Eau
    Vol de Nuit
    En Avion
    Messe de Minuit
    Femme
    Sublime
    Rive Gauche
    Voleur de Roses
    Musc Ravageur
    Ce Soir ou Jamais
    Après L'Ondée
    Eau Lente
    "I felt something so intense, I could only express it in a perfume." - Jacques Guerlain

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    In addition to the many great names already listed, I would add:

    Feminite du Bois

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    flowerbomb
    musc ravageur-come on, how can you pass up ravishing musk?
    l'eau d'hiver-it DOES smell like winter...
    voleur de roses
    bois d'argent
    allure-that it does.
    egoiste
    the dreamer
    l'air de temps

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    Azzaro Visit! It's just so uhm inviting!

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    Antaeus as beautifull as the scent


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    Invisible Power

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    You've all posted such good ones already. Wish I'd thoght of plenty of those.

    Iquitos. I love the name. Don't know what it means, but the sound is good enough for me. Keeps me wondering who would think to name a scent with that sound and then who up the management chain approved the decision.

    I've got to wear it more often so that someone out there will ask what I'm wearing and I'll get to say the word instead of all this talking to myself with it.
    --Chris
    That girl, that bottle, that mattress and me.

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    Kouros

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    Minotaure
    Pino Silvestre
    L'Anarchiste

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    features of a perfect man:

    Dreamer
    l'anarchiste
    l'egoiste
    bandit
    eau sauvage extreme
    insense (givenchy) (in english-madman)

    if you love poetry:

    voleur de roses
    tea for two
    passage d'enfer
    vol de nuit
    Après L'Ondée
    L'Ombre dans l'Eau
    L'Heure Bleue
    La Chasse au Papillons or The style in play (lacoste)
    Kрасная Москва (ru. The Red Moscow)
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    Guerlain's Après L'ondée is such a beautiful name for a beautiful perfume. The English translation of Après L'ondée is: "After the Rain Shower".

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    Eau Sauvage
    Egoïste
    Antaeus
    Vol de Nuit
    Poison
    Opium
    Top 5: Obsession | Eau sauvage | Antaeus | Bel Ami | Platinum Égoïste
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    Angeliques Sous La Pluie(2000)
    (Angeliques (Angles) Under The Rain
    Jean-Claude Ellena/
    Editions de Parfums Frederic Malle

    Lipstick Rose (2000
    Ralf Schwieger
    Editions de Parfums Frederic Malle

    Bel Ami (1986)
    (Beautiful Friend)
    Hermès

    Celle Que Mon Coeur Aime (1925)
    Houbigant
    (That Which My Heart Likes)

    Mon Peche (1925)
    (My Sin)
    Lanvin

    Stardust (1998)
    Llewelyn

    L'Air du Temps
    Nina Ricci (1948)
    (Air of Time)

    Old Spice (1937)
    Shulton
    CG

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    Default Re: The best fragrance Names of all time

    Quote Originally Posted by DustB
    You've all posted such good ones already. Wish I'd thoght of plenty of those.

    Iquitos. I love the name. Don't know what it means, but the sound is good enough for me. Keeps me wondering who would think to name a scent with that sound and then who up the management chain approved the decision.

    I've got to wear it more often so that someone out there will ask what I'm wearing and I'll get to say the word instead of all this talking to myself with it.
    --Chris
    Iquitos is a river port town on the upper reaches of the Amazon in Peru.
    Yr good bud,

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    I bet "vomit" even sounds good in French. Most of my favorite names are French and I don't even know what they mean. Two English ones that I like are:
    Opium - Just daring to name a mass market product after an illicit narcotic.
    Agent Provocateur - Provocative?!

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