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    Default Dusseldorf fragrance shopping tips?

    I plan to go there next friday.
    If anyone has some good fragrance shopping adresses please tell. Perhaps some German members know some nice shops?

    Thanks in advance!
    Last edited by eric; 24th December 2007 at 09:04 AM.

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    Default Re: Dusseldorf fragrance shopping tips?

    I'm in Dusseldorf quite often for work and the best place I've found is: Douglas, Königsallee 46, it's the main shopping street. Douglas is like Sephora. They have a few things you won't find in easily in the US, like Cacharel pour Homme.

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    Default Re: Dusseldorf fragrance shopping tips?

    you have to try some Marbert Man the best fragrance to come from Dusseldorf!

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    Default Re: Dusseldorf fragrance shopping tips?

    So Douglas is all the Dusseldorfers have to offer? Ah well, I'll take a look.

    I heard it's quite a big store! and I'm still on the look out for Mouchoir de Monsieur

    Thanks guys! I apreciate it!

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    Default Re: Dusseldorf fragrance shopping tips?

    I don´t know but maybe this link can help you

    http://www.meinestadt.de/duesseldorf...55-19074-95083
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    Default Re: Dusseldorf fragrance shopping tips?

    Douglas is good to try designer stuff, and the "Exclusive" stores carry standard Creeds, Etro, Jo Malone, Hugh Parsons and a few other slightly "nichey" brands.

    For more niche:

    http://www.parfuemerie-schnitzler.de/
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    Default Re: Dusseldorf fragrance shopping tips?

    May I suggest a worthwhile diversion? Just a 25 minute train ride from Dusseldorf isthe city of Cologne. It's home of Europe's largest Gothic cathedral and some outstanding museums, but equally important, at least to some of us here, it's the birthplace of Johann Maria Farina Gegenüber who created the original Eau de Cologne in the 18th century (4711 is not the real thing). His home has been turned into an interesting historical museum and shop. They sell the original formulation of his namesake creation in a lovely falcon as well as the company's later creation, Russisch Leder, from the 1960's creation.
    http://www.farina.eu/
    Last edited by Kevin Guyer; 25th December 2007 at 11:07 PM.

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