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    Default Re: Its Creed VS cheaper Alternatives

    Quote Originally Posted by chocolateguy View Post
    Do you agree with me that Creed scents are so simple that other houses can make the copies so easily? Of course the copies can't be as good as the original, that's why they are so much cheaper. With Amouage or PG or Serge Lutens, it doesn't happen.
    If SLs and Amouages were appealing to the mainstream they would be copied just as much as Creed is.
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    Default Re: Its Creed VS cheaper Alternatives

    Quote Originally Posted by heperd View Post
    If SLs and Amouages were appealing to the mainstream they would be copied just as much as Creed is.

    I don't they they made fakes of Aventus yet.

    They are still deciding whether to replicate the pineapple batch or the smoky batch.

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    Default Re: Its Creed VS cheaper Alternatives

    I think by the end of this year there will be an Aventus knockoff released.
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    Default Re: Its Creed VS cheaper Alternatives

    Quote Originally Posted by chocolateguy View Post
    Do you agree with me that Creed scents are so simple that other houses can make the copies so easily? Of course the copies can't be as good as the original, that's why they are so much cheaper. With Amouage or PG or Serge Lutens, it doesn't happen.
    What about the fact that Creed themselves have copied quite a few scents? Himalaya, Original Vetiver, and Original Santal all came out after Paco Robanne XS, Mugler Cologne, and Monte Blanc Individual.
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    Default Re: Its Creed VS cheaper Alternatives

    They were smart to copy great fragrances also.
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    Default Re: Its Creed VS cheaper Alternatives

    Quote Originally Posted by heperd View Post
    They were smart to copy great fragrances also.
    I can't wait for them to make a copy of Pure Malt. Then another designer will make a copy of the Creed and Pure Malt will essentially be back on the market.
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