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  1. #31

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    Anything from Creed but primarily Vintage Tabarome, Royal English Leather and Bois du Portugal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tuisquash View Post
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    Acqua di Parma Colonia and Colonia Assoluta for me also.....I also feel this way with my Armani Prive Collection (all of them). Bond No.9 fragrances do this for me and the Creeds also!!! The House of Hermes also gives me this feeling!!!
    Gary

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    Quote Originally Posted by thebeck View Post
    My compliments for a very well thought out list. I looked up Luxury Fragrances in the dictionary and it said, see "class" and under class, it said see "megatropolis".
    OMG...I will hold that in the highest regard. Thanks for your stamp of approval!!

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    Cartier Pasha, Must De Cartier, Curve For Men, A*Men, Carolina Herrera CH, Opium, One Man Show,...
    However i don't like Kouros, but i think it's Luxury.

  5. #35

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    To me Declaration from Cartier makes me think of luxury. And I second the Guerlain Heritage suggestion. It smells like "old money".

  6. #36

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    I don't really see how A*Men has got so many responses. I think of it as a Jersey Shore fragrance.

  7. #37

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    Bvlgari Extreme, Soir and PH
    Dolce and Gabbana
    Jaipur EDP
    Gendarme

  8. #38

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    Quote Originally Posted by ohhmygod View Post


    I fully agree. Amouage Jubilation XXV smells like luxury. It's worth every pennie on it

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    Quote Originally Posted by rickbr View Post
    I fully agree. Amouage Jubilation XXV smells like luxury. It's worth every pennie on it
    thats gold men. Jubilation to my nose is just a bunch of incense-y basket of dried fruits . :P
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    Dior Homme
    Vetiver Tonka by Hermes
    Guerlain Vetiver
    Acqua di Parma Colonia Intensa

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    The JAR line have cultivated an aura of luxury through high prices and very limited availability, maxing out the exclusivity factor. I find it all pretentious, but the only fragrance of theirs I've tried is now in my top ten, so they just may be on to something...

  12. #42

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    Quote Originally Posted by supperman View Post
    To me, a luxury fragrance is one that smells unique, exotic and rich (ie. not light and transparent). Some of the fragrances I feel fits this profile are:

    1. L'air du desert Marocain
    2. Chergui
    3. Musc Ravageur
    -Agreed with you. I will also add Amouage Jubilation xxv, Herms Equipage, and Frapin Caravelle Epicee.
    -Even though Creed Millesime Imperial is a very fresh and light fragrance, it has a sophisticated luxurious aura.

  13. #43

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    For old money: Bois du Portugal by Creed
    For new money Tiffany for Men or PdN New York

  14. #44

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    I must also add Comme des Garcons and The House of Cartier.....Clive Christian fits into this category also!!! I also thought of Jivago and Chanel.....
    Gary

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    Hmmmmmm

    I'd go for

    Egoiste
    Creed Bois du Portugal
    GFT Eucris

    Probably more but off the top og my head they would be the ones I have

    Edit: How could I forget the magnificent Lorenzo Villoresi Uomo... it's perfection.
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    Sorry to bump this thread once more and thus intrude, but since Chanel Egoiste was mentioned, I'd also say Chanel pour Monsieur: very Old School kind of luxury, understated yet distinguished, truly classy, with a lot of personality and individuality, under its apparently very low-key, no-nonsense and clean-cut elegance
    Currently wearing: Citrus & Wood by Yardley

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    Luxury, style, and a lot of money are, in the USA, the attributes of none other than Bijan Men. You can buy a 2.5 oz bottle for $120.00 at the main site of Bijan Fragrances. http://storesense04.dynamic.net/bija...lassic+for+Men. It contains '98 precious ingredients'. It is also sold in the world's most expensive boutique.

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