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    Default Most Exciting "Mainstream" Men's Scents

    I feel like I am a bit behind on trying men's scents and have alot of catching up to do...
    Are there any men's scents in the non-niche market that are truly worth trying?

    So far I can say that I know and like the following (so no need to recommend it again...):
    Most of the Guerlain's men's fragrances (Heritage, Habit Rouge, Coriolan before it was discontinued, Vetiver)
    Caron: Pour Un Homme, Le 3me Homme
    Dior: Eau Sauvage (this is my favourite men's scent), Dior Homme
    Thierry Mugler: A*Men, Cologne
    Rochas Man
    Bvlgari Black
    Chanel's Pour Monsieur, Anateus
    Also most of the Hermes line, including the unisex ones

    Anything I am missing? (I know there is).
    Give me the scoop on the best men's scents around that can be found in most department and drug stores (since the niche ones are defined unisex anyways and I read all the raves all the time

    Thans a million!

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    All the women i know Love Boucheron's Jaïpur Homme (edt and edp)
    Happy for men
    givenchy's Insensé
    givenchy's Pi
    kenzo's l'eau par kenzo PH
    there are many more and i guess the recs will keep on coming!

    i don't know if they would for under the "exciting" concept but they sure are worth a try.

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    Kouros
    Live Jazz
    Black XS (havent tried this one, but it has received rave reviews)
    One Man Show

    EDIT: Van Cleef pour homme - excellent, rich, leather and rose fragrance.
    Last edited by zztopp; 14th October 2006 at 11:06 PM.
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    Paco Rabanne PH
    Aramis
    Givenchy Gentleman, Xeryus
    Roger & Gallet - Open
    Armani PH
    Gucci PH
    Dior Fahrenheit, Dune

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    Rive Gauche & Rive Gauche Intense Pour Homme by Yves St. Laurent
    M7 by Yves St. Laurent
    Opium EDP (better than EDT, by far) by Yves St. Laurent
    Eau Sauvage Extreme by Christian Dior
    Fahrenheit & Fahrenheit Summer by Christian Dior
    Paco Rabanne XS & Paco Rabanne XS Extreme by Paco Rabanne
    The Dreamer by Versace
    Versace Man by Versace
    Blue Jeans by Versace
    Versace Pour Homme by Versace

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    Let's not forget these:
    - Chanel Égoïste
    - Boucheron Pour Homme
    - Dior Jules
    - Dior Eau Noire
    - Guerlain Derby
    - Aramis 900 EDC
    - Lanvin Arpège Pour Homme

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ayala
    I feel like I am a bit behind on trying men's scents and have alot of catching up to do...
    Is it for you to wear, or for creative research?

    I don't yet have an aristocratic olfactory system, and have not yet ventured into the world of expensive niche fragrances (except for a bottle of Jasmal I'm waiting for) so all I know is department store stuff. So far:

    Girls I know seems to like to wear:
    M7
    Pi
    Xeryus Rouge
    212 Men

    I love all of those as well, except 212 which smells nice on the women, and awful on me.

    And then some of my more "masculine" very favourites are:

    Zino (this is something special)
    Drakkar Noir (old news, but I do love it)

    Opium Pour Homme is really nice, but I find all the nice notes disappear within an hour and it just leaves an unpleasant film in my mouth, which I'm guessing is cedar. That's true both of the EDP and EDT, and where the EDP has a richer blend, the EDT is alot more lively and spicy, and the fresh notes are much more prominent.

    And the Hermes line are some of my very favourites, but you know them already.

    Kouros is a big favourite around here, and it's very nice, but if you aren't careful with it, it really puts the toilette back into eau de toilette with it's prominent "high sucrose pee pee" note.

    And call me an uncultured knob but I enjoy Cool Water.
    Last edited by GAIVS IVLIVS CAESAR; 15th October 2006 at 12:51 PM.

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    My favorites:

    Ungaro III
    Polo Blue by Ralph Lauren
    John Varvatos
    Vera Wang
    Pleasures by Estee Lauder

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    Default Re: Most Exciting "Mainstream" Men's Scents

    Chanel Égoïste (NOT Platinum)
    Boucheron Jaïpur Homme
    YSL Kouros, Live Jazz and M7
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    Opium Pour Homme
    KOUROS
    RIVE GAUCHE
    JAIPUR
    M7
    EGOISTE
    PACO RABANNE PH
    HEMUT LANG CURION PH
    BODY KOUROS
    JAZZ PRESTIGE

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    Azzaro Visit - Great mix of woods and pepper. Fantastic in its simplicity.
    Gucci Envy - Seductive and spicy while being smooth.
    Opium - It's already been mentioned. I think both the EdT and EdP are great.
    Kouros - Pure power. The honey in the drydown is to die for.
    M7 - Smoky and mysterious.
    By Man (Dolce & Gabbana) - Dirty and sexy. Floral without a hint of femininity.
    Fahrenheit - Getting a bit long-in-tooth, but there's something special about it. I can do without the "green-ness" in the topnotes, but the heart and drydown are teriffic. Somehow, the scent doesn't smell all that great on the skin, but it's sillage is stunning!
    Diesel Zero Plus - Unabashedly heavy on cinnamon, but on cold nights, this stuff works wonders. The musky drydown is excellent, and strongly reminiscent of the next fragrance:
    Escada Magnetism - Sweet woods, one of my favorites for the cooler months.

    Well, those are all I can think of at the moment. I can't wait to smell some of your works!

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    Default Re: Most Exciting "Mainstream" Men's Scents

    *YSL:
    M7
    Kouros

    *Givenchy:
    Pi
    Gentleman

    *Dior
    Fahrenheit

    *Versace:
    L'Homme

    *Laura Biagiotti:
    Roma

    Ladies could easily get away with wearing Pi or Roma

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    Pasha and Santos
    Egoiste
    Dior Homme
    Gucci PH
    Miracle
    M7, Rive Gauche and Body Kouros

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    Summer Rotation: GIT, Aventus, Erolfa, Vetiver 1948, Guerlain Vetiver, Malle VE, Terre d'Hermes, Bvlgari PH, Bvlgari Acqua, Habit Rouge EDC and Sport, ADP Colonia Assoluta, Chanel PMC, Dunhill Edition, Eau Sauvage, TF Azure Lime

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    Default Re: Most Exciting "Mainstream" Men's Scents

    Not sure how available they are where you live but

    R de Capucci really is very fine
    and
    Capucci pour Homme is probably interesting to you if you love eau sauvage
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    Terre d'Hermès
    !!!
    My Current Top 5: Terre d'Hermès | Terre de Bois by Miller Harris | Isfarkand by Ormonde Jayne | Brit for Men by Burberry | Grapefruit by Jo Malone

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    Quote Originally Posted by hirch_duckfinder
    Not sure how available they are where you live but

    R de Capucci really is very fine
    and
    Capucci pour Homme is probably interesting to you if you love eau sauvage
    Just ordered R de Capucci on the basis of your recommendation. I'm always on the lookout for great 80s–90s scents.

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    Thank you dear Basenoters for your suggestions! I will make a shortlist and start sniffing around...

    Quote Originally Posted by GAIVS IVLIVS CAESAR
    Is it for you to wear, or for creative research?
    Thanks for asking! It's for creative research I guess. I noticed I don't really have any reviews of men's scents on my blog (except for a few niche that can be worn by both men and women) and I think it's a shame not to leave out men's classics/unusual scents!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eluard
    Just ordered R de Capucci on the basis of your recommendation. I'm always on the lookout for great 80s–90s scents.
    Please let me know what you think when you get it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockford
    Let's not forget these:
    - Chanel Égoïste
    - Boucheron Pour Homme
    - Dior Jules
    - Dior Eau Noire
    - Guerlain Derby
    - Aramis 900 EDC
    - Lanvin Arpège Pour Homme
    nice selection, two of which i only read about!
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    One scent I'd value creative research into is Lancome's Miracle Homme. I can't quite get a handle on it, and I'd value a real nose's investigations into it very much.

    It starts out as a very mainstream scent after the gourmand era, with some coffee quality, but it's light and sort of bland too, maybe a hint of forest lakeside water in the aquatic tradition, and maybe a hint of some florals too, I can't figure it out, really.

    But then the stuff changes and I think it dries down to some dirty ambergris, or maybe it's amber tempered with the coffee. I really can't figure it out, and worst of all, I can't figure out if I like it or want to keep giving it chances.

    Thanks, and great idea for a thread.
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    Just to mention the first ones that come to my mind...

    Caron
    Le 3e Homme

    Cartier
    Declaration
    Must PH

    Chanel
    Antaeus
    Egoiste
    Pour Monsieur edt Concentrée

    Dior
    Bois d'Argent
    Eau Noire

    Givenchy
    Gentleman
    Insensé

    Hermès
    Bel Ami

    Lanvin
    Arpège PH

    Versace
    Versace L'homme
    Versus uomo

    YvesSaintLaurent
    Kouros
    Jazz
    M7
    Opium PH

    Ayala, it's interesting you're looking at men's scents for research purpose... Maybe it would be even more interesting if you would be so kind to share with us baby boys here your impressions on some juices...
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    Nevermind wrong scent. Thought it was London I tried, but it was Brit. That was reason for Edit.

    Brit is relatively new anyway, great, and too my wardrobe original.

    I have to go and try Burberry London for Men.
    Last edited by Brut; 15th October 2006 at 07:33 PM.

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    Went on a little sample-hunting for men's fragrances today, and the results were very poor! They carry hardly any samples... And the ones they do are for one application only in those little packets.
    Anyways, I got a good start, one sample of Boucheron pour Homme, a few of those packets, and I also made my own samples of two or three scents that I knew I would like to wear several times...

    The bad news is that a lot of scents that I wanted to try were not there, like Live Jazz, and Egoiste (it's been years since I last seen the non-platinum one, shame!), Givenchy's Gentleman or Insense. But thanks to you dear Basenoters, I have a really good list to start with and start working my way through the men's fragrance dome. It's gonna be fun!

    I am particularly excited about Xeryus. I was really impressed with the original (black) one, and will have to try to make my own sample next time They don't carry samples of the old stuff in most stores.
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    Default Re: Most Exciting "Mainstream" Men's Scents

    A*men
    Bvlgari Black
    Black Code
    John Varvatos
    Dolce & Gabana
    Envy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magnifiscent
    J

    Ayala, it's interesting you're looking at men's scents for research purpose... Maybe it would be even more interesting if you would be so kind to share with us baby boys here your impressions on some juices...
    Of course, you bet ya!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Magnifiscent
    Just to mention the first ones that come to my mind...
    Caron
    Le 3e Homme
    Cartier
    Declaration
    Must PH
    Chanel
    Antaeus
    Egoiste
    Pour Monsieur edt Concentrée
    Dior
    Bois d'Argent
    Eau Noire
    Givenchy
    Gentleman
    Insensé
    Hermès
    Bel Ami
    Lanvin
    Arpège PH
    Versace
    Versace L'homme
    Versus uomo
    YvesSaintLaurent
    Kouros
    Jazz
    M7
    Opium PH
    ...
    Never too certain about classifications I would call this selection a high end wardrobe: lucky man who owns only half of these! No judgement on Versace here (based on The Dreamer I never gave any of them a chance), but what makes you call Eau Noir and Bois d'Argent 'mainstream' my friend? I do not dare to enter the Dior Boutique w'out 'suit and tie ' well, almost! And Hermès' Bel Ami, plus a few more, are rather elitist taste, I find.
    Last edited by narcus; 16th October 2006 at 09:36 AM.
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    Hey I was wondering if anything came from this quest. Did you find anything interesting? Did it inspire you to make any new fragrances? What did you like or dislike? What was your overall impression of your experience with designer men's fragrances?
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    Versace The Dreamer
    Paco Rabane Black XS
    Dior Homme
    Dior Fahrenheit
    YSL Rive Gauche
    YSL M7
    Bvlgari Black
    Terre D'Hermes
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    I'll back Jaipur Homme too, but it's best in the EdP strength.

    Yatagan!

    Ungaro II (Discontinued, but still available cheap online.)

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    If I had to pick one mainstream, exciting, men's scent it would be Caron's L' Anarchiste. While it's not my favorite by any means, it is exciting because it is bold, bizzare and un-commercial. No doubt it will be discontinued soon enough. I think that anyone interested in modern fragrances should experience it at least once. Blood in an ashtray.
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    I would agree, but I do not know where you guys draw the line. Almost every cologne mentioned on this page 1 is far beyond mainstream in my books due to uniqueness, quality of ingredients, or both.
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    Default Re: Most Exciting "Mainstream" Men's Scents

    D&G Pour Homme and By Man
    Chanel Egoiste
    Aramis Havana and Tuscany
    Boucheron Pour Homme and Jaipur
    YSL Opium, Kouros, M7 and Rive Gauche
    Gucci Pour Homme and Envy


    Happy hunting!

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    Chanel Egoiste
    Issey Miyake
    Terre d´Hermés
    Armani Code
    YSL M7
    YSL Rive R.

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    you have got to try Chanel Pour Homme not the concentrate a great fragrance classic

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    Quote Originally Posted by my mascara View Post
    you have got to try Chanel Pour Homme not the concentrate a great fragrance classic
    Do you mean "Pour Monsieur"?
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    I think "Pour Monsieur (1955)" is being referred to here. Both it and the more
    commonly available "Concentree" version are must-tries. Both are in my Top 10.

    I think you should not miss trying Gucci Pour Homme. I'll suggest Gucci Envy
    also, though some here think the very similar Floris Eau de Santal is actually better.
    I have the Santal, not the Envy, Floris is not a department store line.

    You might also find the YSL line worth exploring. I think Chanel's men's line is
    generally superior, but YSL has many scents worth sampling. Rive Gauche Pour
    Homme, Opium Pour Homme, M7, are some.

    The scents marketed by Aramis are commonly available and worth checking out too.
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    I don't know about "exciting," but these are simply excellent:

    Acqua di Parma
    Agua de Sandalo, Vetiver hombre (Dominguez, common in Spain)
    Dunhill for Men (1934) (freshly discontinued)
    Cacharel pour homme
    anything by d'Orsay (I know, not necessarily, department store)
    Aigner No. 2 (a drugstore frag in Germany now)
    Envy for Men
    L'Eau Bleue d'Issey
    L'Occitane Vetyver
    Identité pour homme (René Lezard, Germany - nothing special here)
    Royall Spice
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    Default Re: Most Exciting "Mainstream" Men's Scents

    Burberry -
    Brit

    Chanel -
    Antaeus
    PMC

    Davidoff -
    Cool Water
    Relax

    Dior -
    Dior Homme
    Eau Sauvage
    Fahrenheit

    Gucci -
    Envy

    John Varvatos -
    John Varvatos

    Marc Jacobs -
    Marc Jacobs for Men

    I think that these are all colognes that deserve at least a wearing.
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    Personally I usually find designer trumps niche, and mass market trumps niche on occasion too.

    The designer/mass markets which seem to break the mold for me are:
    English Leather
    M7
    Agua Brava
    Cuiron
    Yang
    Aramis
    The Dreamer (with my usual disclaimer: "Even though I think it is disgusting")
    Fahrenheit
    Horizon
    The Baron

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    Default Re: Most Exciting "Mainstream" Men's Scents

    Ayala dear, you'll find a lot of samples for men at perfumebay.com. On their home page click on miniatures and samples are listed there.
    I would love to read a good noses reviews of mens scents on the blogs as well as here.
    Salvador Dali's pour Homme come up? Laguna? Aqua Verde? LeRoy Soleil? all surprisingly good.

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    Last Post: 16th February 2006, 06:28 PM

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