Absolutely drawn to vintage scents. In fact, most of the frags I have are retro. I think that the era of the '60s-'70s had a lot more individuality and freedom, and this was reflected in the frags of the time. Let me give you an example: Monsieur Rochas. Now, its still being produced, mind you. I originally got the current scent (pink color). I then got the original scent (gold color). They smell similar initially. But in the drydown, the current scent goes for a "happy ending"- - - thats the only way I can describe it - - - a candy-like scent. Ther older scent's drydown is sober and mature. The new scent is an infantilization of a perfectly good original "adult" formula. I think Rochas was looking for a "feel good" scent when they were reformulating, to fit in with the current trend of non-offending scents.