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    Default Fragrance like Mick Jagger :)

    Afternoon all

    I'm wondering if anyone could suggest some fragrances for me to try? I'm looking for something masculine, but with more than a hint of silliness underneath it - imagine Mick Jagger dancing basically I'm not one for the heavy 70s macho scents, but neither do I suit smelling as if I've just dabbed on rose water/

    Just so you know where I am at the moment, my current fragrance collection consists of;

    Moschino Uomo? (nice)
    JPG Le Male (used to be my signature scent)
    Paul Smith Story (best PS so far)
    Issey Miyake Pour Homme (only for certain situations)
    Armani He (for the office)
    JPG2 (where it all went wrong)
    Lolita Lempicka (crazy to begin with, but very nice drydown)
    Vera Wang (nice, but not quite striking enough)
    Paul Smith Extreme (about as extreme as my feet, but ok for office nonsense)

    I've just ordered some Mugler B Men and some Perry Ellis 360 White, but I've got money to spend and nasal membranes to entice, so any suggestions?

    cheers
    Richard

    PS
    I think it's down to the following - what do you reckon?
    Dunhill Desire (Red)
    Anucci for Men
    Brosseau Fruit des Bois
    Best of Chevignon
    Must de Cartier
    Armand Basi
    Tempore Uomo (Biagiotti)
    Touch GrigoiPerla
    Richard James
    Last edited by trebizond; 8th October 2008 at 04:32 PM.

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    Default Re: Fragrance like Mick Jagger :)

    Isn't Sir Mick supposed to be a Cuir de Russie man? I don't know how silly it is, although maybe paying a great deal of money to smell like a saddle is silly. But it can be perceived, on the right person, as simultaneously testosterone-crazed and gender-bending, which is how I might describe his dancing. I can picture alien scientists staring at a split-screen of Mick Jagger and Bruce Springsteen dancing side by, and hatching all kinds of opinions about human gender orientations. Not sure I understand myself, but I do like Jagger's apparent freedom to shake it as he pleases.

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    Default Re: Fragrance like Mick Jagger :)

    Nasomatto Absinth is worth a try. Its masculine and fun at the same time.
    Seek not the favor of the multitude; it is seldom got by honest and lawful means. But seek the testimony of few; and number not voices, but weigh them. - Immanuel Kant

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    Default Re: Fragrance like Mick Jagger :)

    Cheers I couldn't help myself so got some Tempore Uomo, and also at the last minute decided upon some Penhaligon's Endymion too. Nasomatto Absinthe does sound quite intriguing - I'll have a look into where I can get hold of a bottle.

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    Default Re: Fragrance like Mick Jagger :)

    Oooo, I have loved Mick for 45 years. Still do. I am no longer a teenager, and he is 65! I did read somewhere that, at some point, he wore Jicky.

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