Serge Lutens, as always.
for the rest of your life, which house would you choose?
For me I'd say probably Chanel. I love Egoïste, AHS, AEB, and like Monsieur and Antaeus, I'm still familiarizing myself, but I've liked most of what I've smelled.
I could probably go for Creed as a close second...
and YSL is working it's way up too, lol
Serge Lutens, as always.
At this moment, I'd say Serge Lutens followed by Creed, only because I currently enjoy more scents from these single houses than I do any others. But I have yet to sample a lot of reputable scents from many other houses, so this is probably not going to be permanent.
Well if came down to it Frederic Malle would do me fine.
Without a moment of hesitation I can say Amouage.
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Guerlain feels like the obvious choice for me, followed by Chanel. I could easily spend the rest of my life wearing only one of those houses.
Lutens for me too.
Eau d'Italie, or what may as well be named Studio Duchaufour. I like all their scents and deeply cherish two (Sienne and Baume).
For sheer breadth and versatility I'd go Guerlain, though, though I think Italie's range does quite a good job in the latter department.
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Right now, definitely MPG!
in the past YSL or Guerlain
Frederic Malle followed by MPG.
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Chanel, Guerlain and YSL would all give me enough options, i think.
Forgot niche..mark buxton sounds good as well, as does
Serge Lutens as well. However, Frederic Malle and Comme des Garçons would also do the job.
But as much as I love my favourite Chanel fragrances (CDR, BDI, Egoïste, Pour Monsieur, Sycomore, No18 and Antaeus) I have to rank the house of Guerlain just a little higher.
Guerlain, of course. If I am going to be limited, I would want to choose from a plethora of high-quality, versatile fragrances.
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Guerlain here too.
Paco Rabanne or YSL. Preferably both
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Guerlain, maybe even Dior.
second would be L' Artisan
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But once you get locked into a serious perfume collection, the tendency is to push it as far as you can.
Creed has what I need - something for every occasion and style.
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Would have to be a choice between Chanel and Amouage.
First of all, that would be horrible. I only really wear stuff from YSL and Thierry Mugler though, with a few randoms. Honestly I'd probably go with Creed, even though I'd go bankrupt.
Serge Lutens (have been wearing SL scents exclusively since 5th September anyway...)
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