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    Default Re: Clearly copied, inspired, flankers of existing fragrances...

    Narciso for Him - Grey Franel

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    Would anyone recommend a Hollister SoCal clone? I have SoCal, and my wife and I both love it. It just has terrible staying power. Is there anything out there that is similar, but more potent?
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    Got a question all these copies or inspirations do you think the perfumers realize it when they are creating their own perfumes they are doing it purposely or it is an accident?

    What i mean is, there are literally hundreds of fragrances out there and I cannot imagine a perfumer has smelled all of them, is it possible he has just created something similar by accident or that is impossible?

    I really do not understand the science behind creating perfume so this might be a stupid question

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    Default Re: Clearly copied, inspired, flankers of existing fragrances...

    yes it's done on purpose.
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    Default Re: Clearly copied, inspired, flankers of existing fragrances...

    Quote Originally Posted by denec View Post
    Got a question all these copies or inspirations do you think the perfumers realize it when they are creating their own perfumes they are doing it purposely or it is an accident?

    What i mean is, there are literally hundreds of fragrances out there and I cannot imagine a perfumer has smelled all of them, is it possible he has just created something similar by accident or that is impossible?

    I really do not understand the science behind creating perfume so this might be a stupid question
    Perfumers do not have their say in most of their creations. They are led by a brief which has benchmarks and targets.

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