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    Cool Lolita Au masculine or Lanvin Arpege pour homme?

    identical?
    them together into my closet, it would be redundant?

    sorry my English!

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    Default Re: Lolita Au masculine or Lanvin Arpege pour homme?

    I think both are great, and are similar, but there are also differences. Lolita is sweeter, with a much stronger anise note than Arpege PH. Arpege is much more versatile, masculine smelling and mainstream of a fragrance, but it has better longevity. I don't think they're redundant. I own both, and wear both of them (though I wear Lolita more often).

    As for me personally, if I had to choose only one of them, I'd pick Lolita Lempicka Au Masculin. I wear it a lot.
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    Default Re: Lolita Au masculine or Lanvin Arpege pour homme?

    Differerent IMO.
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    Default Re: Lolita Au masculine or Lanvin Arpege pour homme?

    Both are great scents but different.
    LL AM : anise with licorice and a "praline accord". You know the Greek drink ouzo?
    ApH : mainly orange with a pronounced iris note.

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    Default Re: Lolita Au masculine or Lanvin Arpege pour homme?

    Wouldn't say they are very similar. LLAM is nice, but you really must like licorice.
    Arpege ph was nothing special for me, indeed I find it hard to remember why I didn't care for it.

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    Default Re: Lolita Au masculine or Lanvin Arpege pour homme?

    Two sweet bombs in my book, with LAPH being slightly better.
    However, I would not consider either FBW.
    Smellin good

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    Default Re: Lolita Au masculine or Lanvin Arpege pour homme?

    Lanvin Arpege pour homme

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    Default Re: Lolita Au masculine or Lanvin Arpege pour homme?

    They are significantly different. As to my preference, my wardrobe icon should offer a clear indication.

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    Default Re: Lolita Au masculine or Lanvin Arpege pour homme?

    They are in the same fragrance category (ambery orientals) and would be used at the same times, but otherwise they are very different scents to my nose.
    Renato

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    Default Re: Lolita Au masculine or Lanvin Arpege pour homme?

    IMHO these are very different! For me AM is the better fragrance - but if you're in that gourmand type you should own both of 'em; both are great scents and very affordable.

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    Default Re: Lolita Au masculine or Lanvin Arpege pour homme?

    I have the ARPEGE
    I found the Lolita with a great price.
    because the comments here BN
    LLAM'll try, but I have also Jacomo Rouge and JPG Le Male! and now? =]
    it's worth having them?
    help me again please!

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    Default Re: Lolita Au masculine or Lanvin Arpege pour homme?

    I suggest to check out the original LL (Ladies)!

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