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    Arrow Which perfumer is best represented in your wardrobe?

    You love her/his work, and your collection proves it!

    Jacques Cavallier is my top guy with 2 votes:

    1. Opium
    2. Rive Gauche

    I also plan on getting his:

    Bulgari Pour Homme
    Bulgari Pour Homme Extreme
    d'Issey
    M7
    Last edited by Spray; 16th February 2010 at 03:32 AM.

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    Camille Goutal/Isabelle Doyen
    1. Ambre Fétiche
    2. Encens Flamboyant
    3. Les Nuits d'Hadrien
    4. Mandragore
    5. Musc Nomade
    6. Myrrhe Ardente

    I'm kinda surprised myself! Though three were just added this week, and in 15 ml minis.

    Olivia Giacobetti comes in second with Dzing!, Tea For Two, and Safran Troublant. I think she will eventually come in first.
    Last edited by Furriner; 16th February 2010 at 03:50 AM.
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    Alberto Morillas for me...
    Acqua di Gio (really like)
    Versace Pour Homme (love)
    Mugler Cologne (love)
    212 Men (love)
    Bvlgari Blv (don't wear)
    M7 (decant- don't wear)

    ...followed by Jacques Cavallier
    Bvlgari Aqva (love)
    Bvlgari Pour Homme (really like)
    L'eau D'Issey (love)
    Rive Gauche (decant - don't wear)
    M7 (decant- don't wear)

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    I enjoy many of the classic Guerlains and Chanels, and it looks like Jacques and Jean-Paul Guerlain, Ernst Beaux and Jacques Polge make up the biggest individual chunks of my smallish wardrobe.
    Last edited by tott; 16th February 2010 at 05:28 AM.

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    Pierre Guillaume. Now i've started catching up to JP Guerlain.


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    Pierre Guillaume, assuming that he does all of the Parfumerie Generale fragrances. Christopher Sheldrake would be next.

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    Scents I have that Jacques Cavallier has his hands in ...

    Bulgari Aqua
    Bulgari Aqua Marine
    Calvin Klein Man
    Carolina Herrera Chic
    Diesel Fuel for Life for Men
    Emporio Armani Diamonds Pour Homme
    YSL M7
    YSL Rive Gauche
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    Jacques Cavallier (YSL Rive Gauche, Bulgari Aqua, Bulgari Pour Homme Extreme, Jil Sander for Man)

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    For me it depends on how I count them.

    Francis Kurkdjian has the most juice (amount in ml) in my collection, but from only a handful of scents. (I'm not sure if he did La Cologne Fleur du Male or the Le Male summer editions.)

    Jean-Claude Ellena wins if I count the number of different fragrances, but they're much smaller bottles and substantially less juice than the Kurkdjian bottles.

    The difference is kind of extreme. I have around 3 to 5 different FK scents and around 16 different JCE scents, but of less volume.

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    Some surprises, and some not:

    1. Jean-Paul Guerlain 16
    2. Jean-Claude Ellena 15
    3. Cristopher Sheldrake 14
    3. Jacques Cavallier 14
    5. Olivia Giacobetti 11
    6. Pierre Bourdon 10
    6. Sylvaine Delacourte 10
    8. Jacques Guerlain 9
    8. François Kurkdjian 9
    8. Daniela Rocher-Andrier 9
    11. Olivier Polge 8
    11. Pierre Wargnye 8
    13. Alberto Morillas 7
    14. Céline Ellena 6
    15. Michel Roudnitska 5

    Together, these account for 151 fragrances, or 21.2% of my total bottles.

    ...and I may have missed some among the top 15. There still remain many of my scents whose noses I have so far not been able to discover!

    Update: Ernest Daltroff comes in with 6, now that I thought of him.
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    It's really hard to be accurate, since I don't know for certain the names of the perfumers of all my collection. Also, some of my favorite perfumers aren't as prolific as others so they aren't represented as well. Here is a list of perfumers who created more than 2 scents in my wardrobe, and how many of their scents I own (perfumers with 2 or less in my wardrobe are not listed):

    Patricia de Nicolaï 12
    Jean Paul Guerlain 10
    Jacques Polge 8
    Jacques Guerlain 6
    Jean-Claude Ellena 6
    Jacques Cavallier 4
    Edmond Roudnitska 4
    Annick Menardo 3
    Ernest Daltroff 3
    Christopher Sheldrake 3
    Last edited by mrclmind; 16th February 2010 at 07:12 AM.

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    Olivier Durbano
    Francis Kurkdjian

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    Default Re: Which perfumer is best represented in your wardrobe?

    Not one perfumer has a stranglehold on my wardrobe. Sharing top spots:

    Jacques Guerlain
    Jacques Cavallier
    Gerard Gheslain
    Christopher Sheldrake

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    Jacques Polge

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    9 bottles credited to Christopher Sheldrake. There are quite a few more on my wishlist that will be added to that number soon.

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    Jacques Cavallier --> I have Fuel For Life, Opium pour HOmme Poesie Chine Eau D´Orient and L´Eau Bleue d´Issey pour Homme.

    Jean Claude Ellena, Olivier Polge, Olivier Cresp and Francis Kurkdjian are another of my favorites

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    Annick menardo, i think.

    If I include the soon-to-be ones Maurice Roucel and JP Guerlain will have their tied top, for sure.

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    Jacques Cavallier
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    Mr. Creed, with 4 fragrances.

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    J.C. Ellena

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