I guess I'll begin. I've worn all three now - two of them to work. I haven't worn "Her Purse" out of the house yet, but I've really enjoyed wearing the other two. I wore Kevin's scent with a suit for a special occasion, and I thought it was quite awesome - it worked for me as well as my other formal scents, although it seems more versatile. Just one spray, and I had about an hour of close sillage. It holds together very wonderfully up front, and then as it evolves, it becomes very diffuse and radiant. I just love it. Dimitri's scent is more of a "go to" fragrance for me. I feel like I can wear it in the same situations where I would reach for Edition Blanche and several others with a similar powdery vibe. I really love the opening on that one. Very ethereal - mystical, even. Her Purse is - to my nose - a bit feminine. I agree with a friend that it's guy-wearable, but it still has a feminine vibe which is very elegant. It's a very clean and very excellent-smelling purse! I found it sexy in a posh way, unlike most typical "sexy" scents.
Overall, I think that the briefs were interpreted very, very skillfully and very faithfully. I felt that I was detecting multiple nuances of every "story" from the briefs, as well as the stated ideas of the perfumers. I am quite happy with the results. I do believe that they have to be worn on skin or clothing to be appreciated. Sniffed directly from the bottles, I did not get the full effect of any of them, and the smells on the spray heads were almost misleading in some ways. Worn on skin, they just bloomed.
Great job, CPL perfumers!
(PS - I'm assuming that I figured out which one was which. The lipstick and the leathery chypre seemed pretty clear to me, although I could have been fooled if I have the aromatic notes of what I'm calling Dimitri's scent and the chypre of Kevin's mixed up, and the leather is so suede that it passes for powder. The lipstick is certainly unmistakable in Her Purse! )