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    Default Dior now carrying Jules

    The Christian Dior boutique on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills (Dior - not Dior Homme, which is a separate boutique that does not, ironically, sell Fahrenheit, Eau Sauvage, or any of the other mainline Dior men's scents, at least in L.A.) is now carrying Jules. Of course, Jules has long been available at the wholesalers in L.A.'s Garment District, but, until recently, Jules has been unavailable in America where Dior scents have been sold. If you don't care for the "local color" experience - or if you just want to smell this rare scent - Jules is now on sale at Dior boutiques. (Whether it's available at your local Dior boutique may be up to the discretion of the local fragrance/beauty coordinator, but feel free to request it.)

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    Default Re: Dior now carrying Jules

    Give us a quick run-down on what Jules is like
    when you have a chance, would you?
    Sounds interesting.

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    Default Re: Dior now carrying Jules

    Quote Originally Posted by trumpet_guy
    Give us a quick run-down on what Jules is like
    when you have a chance, would you?
    I actually didn't have a chance to smell it. I was in such a rush - my friend was the sunglasses Nazi, dragging me from shop to shop after the Prada "exhibit" as she tried on pair after pair of overpriced spectacles - that I just noticed it was there on the counter on the quick spin through Dior but couldn't indulge. I'll be back, though.

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    Default Re: Dior now carrying Jules

    Wow, is it possible they will bring it to Europe again?
    It was my very first love and -though I don't used to make such lists- it would by in the top 5 ever.
    I'm not good at describing frags, but some impressions: thick, oily, kind of leather, nothing disturbing, don't think there is someone who strongly dislike it.
    When Dzing really dries down, all that (for some at least) disturbing notes disappear, what remains is kind of similar.

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